Millennials don’t use a bank for the sake of using a bank. They want products and services to help them manage their money more effectively. Financial products and services that are more streamlined and intuitive are among their favourite. And so, for banks, targeting millennials should begin with designing a quality user experience. Commenting on the launch, Mr. Anup Bagchi, Executive Director, ICICI Bank said, “Our country is uniquely poised for a demographic dividend in the coming years with millions of youth expected to join the workforce. We estimate that the country has around 40 million progressive young millennials, who would contribute significantly to the economy and banking in the years to come. Our extensive research shows that millennial customers want banking to be simple, digitally enabled and customised. Based on these insights, we have created ‘ICICI Bank Mine’, the country’s first full banking stack for millennials. It offers a … [Read more...] about With Instant savings account, interactive app, credit card and more, ICICI Bank ‘Mine’ is a complete banking package for millennials
Sponsors’ interestAn investment of $300 million in Ola by Hyundai and Kia last year and a more recent likely investment of $40 million in Zomato are few evidence of Korean sponsors’ interest and willingness to invest in Bengaluru, the release stated. … [Read more...] about Dy. Consul General of Republic of Korea to visit Bengaluru
“Besides facing actual psychological trauma because of sudden hormonal fluctuation, the release of a large amount of extremely inflammatory lipids called prostaglandins constrict the blood vessels in the uterus and make the muscle layer contract, causing painful cramps”, the plea said. … [Read more...] about Plea seeks grant of paid leave to employees during menstruation
Barkha Dutt: I see Kavita’s point about diverse selves and the relationship between diverse selves and workplace. And if that is the conversation, if the conversation was not so gendered, I would have been a lot more comfortable with it. I would have been comfortable with the conversation being about easy access to sanitary pads or separate bathrooms — 20% of Indian girls drop out of school after reaching puberty, according to the United Nations. And in large part this happens because of the stigma that continues to exist in large parts of the country around menstruation. So, the conversations I want to have are about destigmatising menstruation, diversity at the workplace, access to sanitary pads or menstrual cups, why religious orthodoxy looks at menstruation as impure, etc. … [Read more...] about Should women be entitled to menstrual leave?