GTBank Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) has unveiled the SKS Young Inventor Competition which is expected to run between October 27th and November 30th. The SKS Young Inventor Competition is an amazing journey to find the next generation of inventors and forward thinking citizens, committed to the growth of the country. The bank embarked on this initiative in order to help children give expression to their imagination through invention. The National Competition is powered by GTBank Smart Kids Save account, as part of a series of activities lined up to commemorate the 10th year anniversary of the SKS product and is open to all SKS customers aged between 4–17 years old. According to a representative from the Bank, we are excited about the “SKS Young Inventor” competition because it is not just about organizing a campaign for children to win gift items, but about inspiring young minds to aspire for the greatest heights in everything they do and promoting our core values of excellence, innovation and service. These values make us unique and inform our identity as a Proudly African and Truly International Bank. To participate in the competition, entrants may submit a photograph/drawing or blueprint of their invention along with a written summary describing what the invention can do. Entries can be submitted via e-mail to sks@gtbank.com and all participants are eligible to enter once, as multiple entries will be disallowed. Winners will be notified by telephone or email and a list of prize winners will be published on the corporate website www.gtbank/sks.com. The Smart Kids Save account is designed to inculcate financial literacy in children and teenagers early in life as well as promote a healthy savings culture amongst them. Parents can open the account with as low as N1, 000 (One Thousand Naira) in any Guaranty Trust Bank branches nationwide. The GT Bank Smart Kids Save account is a product designed specially to help parents save for their children as well as teach children about the importance of saving. This new competition from the Bank, is part of a series of activities lined up to commemorate the 10th year anniversary of the SKS product. Earlier in the year, the Bank held the “Little Picasso Contest” which provided children an opportunity to express themselves through art as well as the ‘In Your Mother Tongue’ Competition that was geared to promote cultural awareness in children.

Culled from: The Citizen Ng