On April 17, 2014, Mr. Ali Kazma, Chairman of Kidz Holding S.A.L., hosted a ceremony in honour of Bank Audi, represented by its General Manager Mr. Marc Audi, at KidzMondo, the education and entertainment city located in Beirut's Waterfront City.
The event was attended by journalists and media representatives, in addition to a number of Bank Audi executives who were welcomed by Kazma and a number of KidzMondo and Kidz Holding managers at "KidzMondo's International Airport".
Audi and the other guests took a walk in the 10,300 m2 city, visiting every part of it, particularly the Bank Audi educational branch which is located in the center of the city and where children head to cash the 50 "Kidlar" cheque they receive at the entrance. Children also have the option of depositing their money in a personal account and obtaining a debit card they can use in the city, the same way adults do.
Mr. Marc Audi praised KidzMondo's role in providing a financial education to little ones and in familiarising them with banking basics in a motivational environment: "We are proud and happy with this exclusive cooperation with KidzMondo, its Chairman Mr. Ali Kazma, and all those in charge who managed to make a success out of this unique pioneering project in Lebanon. We plan to add further activities to this branch to help the youth develop a sense of personal and social responsibility, as well as to train them to take the right financial decisions and to manage their financial matters carefully".
In a gesture of appreciation and gratitude for Bank Audi's contribution to KidzMondo's success, Kazma awarded Audi the key to KidzMondo City: "We would like to express our deep gratitude for Bank Audi's valuable contribution in encouraging this project and taking part in it since the moment it was launched. We are also very proud of our partnership with a leading bank such as Bank Audi, whose presence in KidzMondo gave the city more credibility and offered little ones an exceptional chance to know the value of money by using Kidlars, KidzMondo's official and exclusive currency".
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