The well-respected restaurateur’s relationship with Grobank began in 2005, notably spearheaded by Christa Swart. Sideris notes: "The people Grobank hires and the service that you get from those people makes it more than just a bank. They really endeavour to forge relationships with their clients and understand personal needs.”
At Grobank, we are passionate about education and truly support the manner in which Feenix is supporting students to realise their potential in tertiary studies. We believe that we can make a positive difference in these students’ lives by contributing to their funding initiatives.
Friday 19 June 2020 saw a number of agri- and aqua-cultural sector experts, farmers and “water warriors” come together to participate in the Agri Gauteng Young Farmer Webinar in conjunction with Grobank.
It was a big day for the retail business banking sector as Grobank and Sureswipe, South Africa’s largest independent payment service provider, announced a partnership that combines financial reliability and safety coupled with merchant solutions to service SMME’s throughout Southern Africa.
The food value chain depends on the availability of fresh water to feed the world. Water is a scarce resource in South Africa and agriculture is the biggest user of the available water. Therein lies a challenge – to ensure sufficient water to ensure food security, while improving efficiency to make sure every drop is applied effectively.
Over the next few years our relationship became one of great respect and support, from the bank’s top management to the general staff. We have also been blessed with the wealth of advice received from the various divisions of the bank,
In case you missed it: On Thursday 16 April, over 1300 small-scale farmers and other agriculturists from across South Africa logged on to the free webinar, “We shall overcome: South African agriculture beyond Covid-19”.