Bank Windhoek’s popular Coffee House is coming to the 2015 Windhoek Industrial and Agricultural show from Friday, September 25, to Saturday, October 03.
Visitors to the show will be met by Bank Windhoek staff who will educate and explain how the bank’s different products can be blended to custom-fit a client’s needs.
The Bank Windhoek stall, which is located in the Main Hall, is themed according to a coffee house and aims to make visitors aware of the bank’s products and how they can be combined.
“A bank is somewhat similar to a culinary experience. It takes the perfect blend of flavours to make a moment that you are able to savour. For many coffee drinkers it is not only a daily ritual, but a way of life,” said Marlize Horn, Executive Officer: Group Marketing and Corporate Communication Services at Bank Windhoek.
“Our products work in a similar way. To fully appreciate what we can do for our clients we encourage you to enhance your banking experience by complementing the services you currently use with the many undiscovered offerings available,” Horn explained.
Based on various varieties of coffee blends, Bank Windhoek ‘baristas’ will show visitors to this year’s Windhoek Show how they can perfectly blend different products to suit their lifestyles.
Bank Windhoek’s social investment beneficiaries will this year again exhibit at the show at the Bank Windhoek Social Investment Corner in the Main Hall.
Bank Windhoek will also again host the 7-a-side football tournaments for farm labourers and schools. The tournament for farm labourers will take place from September 28 to October 1. Workers from all participating studs exhibiting livestock at the show can take part in the event. Registration takes place on September 27.
The 7-a-side tournament for schools will also take place from September 28 but matches will be played between 14h30 to 17h30.
On Sunday, September 27, Bank Windhoek will host a welcoming braai for all farm labourers and their employees. Bank Windhoek will this year also sponsor the small livestock section.