ENP Newswire -
Release date- 20022014 - This year SEB banka continued its tradition of offering the opportunity to 'shadow' the Bank's leading employees and sector professionals.
The Bank received around 200 applications from students, of whom more than 60 were able to experience a real banking business day - 27 of them were present at SEB Banka's head office, Finance Centre in Valdlauci, while 35 at SEB banka's branches and subsidiaries across
In order to get an insight into the course of the Shadow Day, the shadows of SEB banka's communication operations,
Dainis GaSpuitis, in turn, stressed that diligence and the willingness to do one's own work is what matters most and that he was really glad to have been 'shadowed' by a young man who came from the distant town of Lubana.
Liene Kalnina, who shadowed SEB banka's Head of Corporate Communication Agnese Strazda, stressed that this day gave her the possibility to participate in a media event. 'It allowed me to appreciate what an interview in front of a camera means, to see how journalists work and to gain assurance of how well the young generation learns new technologies, because, when it was time to vote using a special voting device, the pupils of Marupe primary school were more skilful in doing it than some grown-ups. At the end of the day, which was spent very productively, Liene admitted that she did not exclude the possibility of choosing a carrier which would involve working at SEB banka. Agnese Strazda indicated that one single day spent at SEB banka may create the mistaken impression that the field of communication is simple and entertaining. This is why today she and her 'shadow' participated in a meeting which was neither entertaining nor very exciting, but which represents a significant and indispensable part of daily work in preparing for further communication.
Neila Ondzule who, together with
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