BSP sees the show as an opportunity for participants in these industries to showcase and promote their products and service.
David Ham, Head of BSP Corporate Banking in Lae said the bank will be promoting awareness on its various products and services including Smart Business for SME's, Home Loans and its usual Account Opening, Mobile and Internet Banking Registration. The bank's subsidiary BSP Finance Ltd will also be on hand to talk Asset Financing.
Six BSP Agents will also be providing basic banking services.
"The public and customers are welcome to visit our stall and talk to us about what we offer and also seek advice on basic things like how to budget and save, which is we will be happy to do as part of our financial literacy program," Mr Ham added.
The 54th Morobe Agricultural Show is expected to be bigger and better. A bumper crowd is expected from the other parts PNG to attend, including tourists from overseas, starting Saturday October 24th for the two day event.
Expected to be a crowd favourite will be the bike show, featuring Australian stunts devil bikers, other activities include a cowboy show and the ferries wheel.
Prior to the show weekend, BSP will be participating in the Young Minds Savings Campaign, organised by the Bank of Papua New Guinea to promote savings and budgeting amongst young Papua New Guineans.