Facilitating digital drives, reaching out and celebrations in India
Emerging resilient after the demonetisation ruffle, India had an adorable December this year. Youth power ruled the roost, cracking social and communal issues through social media and technology. Speaking of technology, the way our youth handled finances, payments, money transfer through digital wallets was beyond amazing. They were practical ambassadors for digital, cashless India. We wanted to do our bit to help them understand the nuances of cash wallet usage, so that they can derive maximum benefits from the same. We reached out and conducted digitalisation training programmes and currency workshops for the students at United Theology College (UTC) in Bangalore Mount Carmel School in Mangalore and at the Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samiti (KVVES) in Kotakkal . Understanding the importance of education and the gripes of the meritorious but underprivileged students, we provided scholarships to children from St. Joseph’s GLP & UPS school in Manacherry.
Wondering why and how we are qualified to educate our youth on digital wallets. Here you go!
We are recipients of India’s highest independent civilian honour, Skoch New Economy Award 2016, for our XPay Cash Wallet. Our digital wallet was rated as the 3rd best among top 100 nominated projects, in serving the country well with the digital payment facilities.
We also won the VPN IBE Award 2016, which is the Business Excellence award for Customer Focus.
But isn’t travel the best teacher?
It broadens our mind, develops cultural empathy and helps young people develop tolerance to diversity, which is the pressing need of the hour! Realising all this, we organised an extravaganza of 10 day tour package (Delhi-Agra-Shimla and Manali) for the students of medical college, Trivandrum. The students were delighted to the core.
A healthy fit body is of utmost importance to support a healthy mind. What better way to develop a fit sound body, than play football and cricket? That’s why we sponsored the football tournament at Bambrana Kumbla and the cricket match organised by the Indian Dental Association- Dakshina Kannada. And we also conducted a free eye check-up camp and distributed medicines to customers as part of our CSR initiatives.
Bodhan branch celebrated its 4th Anniversary with much pomp and fanfare, and the Mananthavady branch shifted to new premises for customer convenience.
Now what’s December without Christmas? We brought Santa on wheels, to distribute gifts to all patrons across branches in Kerala!
Quite an eventful December, isn’t it?