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Bank Windhoek launches new brand campaign

Bank Windhoek has launched a new brand campaign titled “Is it possible to love a Bank?”

The key objectives of the “Is it possible to love a Bank?” campaign, according to the bank, are to strengthen Bank Windhoek’s “Journeying Together” concept by reiterating the narrative of the love of banking designed to engage and demonstrate the strong connection between Bank Windhoek and its stakeholders.

“Indeed, it is possible to love a bank when it genuinely cares for its people and their aspirations,” Bank Windhoek’s Managing Director, Baronice Hans, said at the launch.

Hans said Bank Windhoek prides itself on being more than just a financial institution, as its responsibility extends beyond financial services and strives towards the betterment of Namibia through presence and corporate social responsibility.

“We are a relationship bank. We aim to leverage this identity to foster trust and demonstrate authenticity in our approach to banking. Authentic banking is about Bank Windhoek adding value to the lives of Namibians, forging lasting connections, and remaining attuned to the evolving needs of individuals, communities, and society at large,” she said.

Spearheaded by the Bank’s Marketing and Corporate Communication Services department, the television commercial took eight months to produce, culminating in a three-minute production of world-class standards, which premiered at the launch event on Wednesday.

“Fifty percent of the cast featured in our commercial are Bank Windhoek staff, and this is a true testimony of their passion and dedication to serve and demonstrate their love for the brand and the Namibian nation,” Hans said.

The television commercial beckons Namibia to join the Bank on a journey, as it shares its narrative on its brand’s values and principles.