Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, also known as TIDLOR, organised an event called “Driving Community with knowledge, Life Rolling Forward”in Pak Kabat community in Uthai Thani. The event aimed to promote basic financial literacy in a fun and informative way for 40 locals residing in the area. The event was led by Nipa Vanichavat, Senior Management Corporate Social Responsibility (middle row, 7th left), and Mingkwan Prasertsiwaporn (middle row, 6th left), Assistant Manager Financial Education, along with the Ngern Tidlor volunteering team.
The objective of the event was to enable learning opportunities among the public to move forward with sustainability, as part of Ngern Tidlor's commitment to supporting local residents to comprehend and apply financial knowledge to their daily lives. The Ngern Tidlor volunteering team received a warm welcome from the head of the village, Jaruwan Towsajja (middle row, 8th left), at the village office in Uthai Thani.
Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, Thailand's leading vehicle title loan service provider, is committed to building financial opportunities for lower income and under-banked customers with legitimate and transparent access to funds. The financial knowledge programme for small business owners was initiated in 2012 under the title "Driving Community with knowledge, Life Rolling Forward," and has since extended to the broader public. The programme has successfully passed on valuable knowledge to over 50 communities nationwide, providing fundamental awareness of finance, balance sheet management, savings, financial management of small businesses, and financial transaction technology. The sessions facilitate convenience and cost-saving efficiency among lower income and underbanked groups residing in the communities, as well as workers and community leaders nationwide. The activity also provides Ngern Tidlor volunteer staff with the opportunity to understand the value of supporting customers.
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Source: Bangkok Post