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Hana Financial Group launches 18th team of young ambassadors

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Hana Financial Group Chairman Ham Young-joo, second row center, poses with college students selected as young ambassadors at the launching ceremony held at the group headquarters in Seoul, Tuesday. Third row second from left is Lee Eun-hyung, the group's vice chairman. Courtesy of Hana Financial Group

Hana Financial Group Chairman Ham Young-joo, second row center, poses with college students selected as young ambassadors at the launching ceremony held at the group headquarters in Seoul, Tuesday. Third row second from left is Lee Eun-hyung, the group's vice chairman. Courtesy of Hana Financial Group

By Yoon Ja-young

Hana Financial Group announced that it held the launching ceremony of its 18th team of SMART ambassadors, an honorary ambassadors program of the group for college students.

Since its launch in 2012, a total of 963 college students completed various missions for the program. This year, 50 students out of more than 600 applicants were selected as honorary ambassadors, who will be fulfilling their job as the group's young partners through diverse promotional activities for the next three months.

Their missions include visiting major subsidiaries of the group and meetings with CEOs, creating content for the group's official YouTube channel, setting up marketing and promotion plans in collaboration with the group's sports teams, social contribution activities, and suggesting ideas for new businesses.

The honorary ambassadors will also have the chance to participate in overseas volunteer activities and visit Hana Financial Group's operations overseas, and will be offered some advantages when they later apply for a job at Hana.

"We expect young ambassadors to promote Hana in their own way, through diverse activities that their colleges don't offer. I believe these experiences will make them grow in their future careers," Hana Financial Group Chairman Ham Young-joo said.

Yoon Ja-young yjy@koreatimes.co.kr


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