BNP Paribas Aims To Promote Potential Entrepreneurial Talents

BNP Paribas Aims To Promote Potential Entrepreneurial Talents

There are many entrepreneurial talents locked out there unable to exploit their talents fully due to various stumbling blocks and find themselves doin

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There are many entrepreneurial talents locked out there unable to exploit their talents fully due to various stumbling blocks and find themselves doing insignificant jobs that do not relate to their talents or careers. This is the case in which BNP Paribas have observed within its members of staff and employees. The BNP Paribas has launched a new programme which will see their employees who have potential entrepreneurial talents benefit through submitting their ideas which will be assessed and funded through the programme which is a move that will facilitate the bank make a substantial success in this digital era.
The best pitches will then be funded in a startup-style environment. The bank made the announcement to all members of the staff and asked them to draft their idea projects in various fields including the collaborative economy and Artificial intelligence. To their amazement, it was like such a move had been lacking because more than 80 projects were presented and about six of them were selected for funding where the startups would be set immediately. This will be a great move to the bank to come up with such an initiative as this is a great benefit to the young generation being offered an opportunity to establish themselves.
This will be just as a start as next month will see other six projects being funded for development. The startups will be set in agile co-development space in Bivwak Paris where a team of 20 experts will guide the teams for some months till they achieve their objective and start producing viable products. Jean-Laurent Bonnafe who is the CEO of the bank reported that they want to reflect a new relation towards money which is to ensure security, research on wellbeing and showcasing more solidarity. Deputy COO Jacques d’Estais added that all the projects had a similar intention to assist their clients efficiently and improve the society through providing services that are helpful which will make a huge impact on everyone involved.

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