HSBC starts camp to bring out entrepreneurial spiritHSBC started a camp this week for high schoolers to help them get in touch with their inner entrepreneur side and think more innovatively.
According to HSBC on Tuesday, the HSBC Aim High camp kicked off on Monday and will end on Thursday. The camp, held at Olympic Parktel in Jamsil, southeastern Seoul, includes 30 high school students, who are taught business management, finance and marketing.
“Developing an entrepreneurial spirit in young people is important for our society to thrive,” HSBC Korea CEO Martin Tricaud said.
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