Bankinter is supporting the Fundació Princesa de Girona with its 'Talent Tour', which aims to attract young talent
The bank has partnered with the Fundació Princesa de Girona (FPdGi) for the starting leg of the tour in Malaga, which is running until tomorrow, 10 March.
Bankinter supports the aims of this FPdGI initiative, which looks to provide young people with opportunities for professional and personal growth through different activities.
The bank is a member of the Fundació Princesa de Girona board of trustees, represented by its chief executive officer, María Dolores Dancausa.
As part of this approach, the Talent Tour is taking place, with its first leg running in Malaga until tomorrow, 10 March. The bank is sponsoring this leg of the Tour and is also partnering with speakers at the various planned workshops and conferences for the young people invited.
The Talent Tour is mainly made up of three pillars. The first focuses on interactive formats, providing young people with opportunities to attend lectures, workshops, and networking and open-door events. The second revolves around inspiring content, which provides attendees with access to training and talks about career paths, the digital world, personal branding, entrepreneurship, soft skills, sustainability, wellbeing and education. As part of this pillar, Bankinter is partnering on a number of activities around sustainability, carbon footprints and investment by providing bank representatives.
The final pillar relates to networking opportunities, which young people are encouraged to use to make professional contacts, both in person and digitally.
Bankinter is part of the FPdGi board of trustees and is represented on it by the bank's chief executive officer, María Dolores Dancausa.