Cheers for Bank on Me,
Barbados Today - January 4, 2015.
The preview screening of Season Two of the reality TV show Bank on Me was a hit last evening as attendees laughed and cheered for the contestants.
Many of those present at Scotiabank’s Haggatt Hall branch were themselves participants.
However, at the end of the screening they were left in suspense, wondering who would make it to the next stage of the show.
“Season Two of the show promises to be just as exciting as the previous season with 24 new contestants...
Season 2 News
Barbadian TV Series Dovetails with
EU $20.9 MILLION
Bajan Reporter - January 5, 2015.
January 20th is when the second season of Scotiabank’s entrepreneur programme “Bank On Me” begins on CBC’s channel 8 and it does so on multiple high notes…Although she has no sequel in mind for her cricketing blockbuster, she says plans will soon be revealed for another fictional cinematic effort. Meanwhile, this educational TV series which is her baby, has gotten the attention of Government here...
New opportunities for small businesses as
Bank on Me returns
Loop Barbados - January 4, 2015.
Twelve become six – Who stays? Who’s cut?
Scotiabank Haggatt Hall was the venue for the sneak preview to the start of season two for the reality TV series Bank On Me, produced by Blue Water Productions. The programme begins with 12 small businesses seeking investors and in the second episode, they’re whittled down by half – the remaining six, over ten other episodes, are put through their paces to see who will bank on them...
Launch of season two Bank On Me
CBC (Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation)
- January 5, 2015.
Government sees entrepreneurship as a catalyst for economic growth. Minister of Labour, Senator Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo says Barbados is counting on innovative individuals to revitalize the economy, noting that government is creating an enabling environment for potential entrepreneurs.
Her comments came during the launch of season two of the television series, Bank On Me.
Keep business simple,
Stewart tells youngsters
Barbados Today - February 20, 2015.
“If I had to run the organization that I run today, with the experience I had when I just started, I couldn’t do it.”
That is the confession of top Caribbean top hotelier Gordon “Butch” Stewart, as he tutored eager entrepreneurs on the ways of business and avoiding pitfalls, or climbing out of them, on the road to success. The Sandals owner and chairman was last night night in conversation with four finalists of the Barbados young entrepreneur promotion programme Bank On Me, Season Two at the Savannah Hotel.