The National, Wednesday 12th June 2013
By GYNNIE KERO
HANDY Finance Ltd, a local credit institution, has invested K6,000 on corporate uniforms for its staff.
The new-look corporate uniform, which was launched last week, has red and blue stripes on the pockets and on the wrists and sleeves.
Board director Thomas Ola, during the uniform launching last week, had encouraged the company staff and management to promote corporate governance and serve clients with “quality service”.
General manager Ismael Nelson thanked the board for their support and commitment towards Handy Finance Ltd.
He also assured the board members that the company has taken the right direction to achieve its goals and objectives for this year despite the challenges in the micro lending industry.
He said: “Last year was a year of restructure and acquisition of new loan systems and opening of new branches.
“We declared a small profit as our sales increased.
“This year, Handy Finance is projecting its sales to increase twice that of the previous years … we are focusing on achieving superior client service by providing same-day service, which is part of our company marketing slogan.
Handy Finance Ltd is a subsidiary of Handy Group Ltd, which is a 100% nationally-owned and it is mainly engaged in unsecured personal lending.
It has branches in Mount Hagen, Kokopo, Lae and Mendi and sales agents in Popondetta, Alotau and Wabag.