Stanbic IBTC Sponsorships
Sponsorships are a valuable part of Stanbic IBTC Group's social responsibility and marketing communication strategies.
Sponsorships are essential in building the brand and creating relevance in markets where Standard Bank Group operates, and they provide a platform for us to engage with our customers. Development is key to our deciding on what sponsorships we undertake. Currently, we look at initiatives that support community upliftment, the arts and sport.
Stanbic IBTC’s commitment to investing across the arts spectrum on the continent represents a 30-year legacy and we are proud to provide ongoing support for a variety of key projects, which have evolved into highlights on the Nigerian and African cultural calendar. The arts in Africa are a powerful expression of our creativity and play an integral part in generating a positive narrative with a global impact. Our mandate at Stanbic IBTC is to support a wide range of initiatives that nurture young talent and showcase the rich diversity of our creative arts. Our approach to selecting projects in the arts and music space is indicative of this.
Helping to create an environment conducive to create wealth. This is being done through supporting skills acquisition as well as entrepreneurship especially for the under-served.
We aim to create an enabling environment for children and young people to develop and evolve as responsible citizens. Through the education pillar we focus on access, equity and quality of education especially in government schools in underserved communities.
FUZE Festival is a fusion event that brings together various elements of urban culture – music, dance, fashion, tech, all within the same space through talent showcases, exhibitions, a marketplace, and lots more!
The Stanbic IBTC #Together4ALimb is a signature Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiative to create awareness for Children with Limb Loss.
The scholarship is to reward excellence amongst Nigerian youths. It is open to secondary school graduates who have just gained admission into Nigeria State or Federal Universities.
A signature initiative of Stanbic IBTC to assist small businesses who were affected by the #EndSars protest in October 2020
This is an initiative to train eligible candidates with digital skills to build their capabilities and broaden their digital scope which will give them an edge in the employment market.