Kathmandu, June 12
International Money Express (IME), Nepal’s leading remittance company, has celebrated its 12th anniversary with various programmes.
As part of its CSR initiatives, IME handed over educational materials in the form of school bags, stationery items and other educational materials to the children living at Child Protection Home, Bal Mandir, Siphal Wing. Chairman of IME Chandra Prasad Dhakal handed over the educational materials to Tulsi Narayan Shrestha, Vice-President of Bal Mandir during a function at Bal Mandir, Siphal.
Meanwhile, an IME Center has been opened at Gongabu, Kathmandu. With the opening of the centre, the number of IME centres has reached 27.
IME Center is an exclusive agent outlet that is aimed at enhancing IME customer experience through exquisite customer service and retail atmospherics. IME intends to open 100 IME Centers within a year.
Similarly, IME also organized blood donation camp in association with Nepal Red Cross Society at its corporate office at IME Complex, Panipokhari. Over 100 blood donors from IME Group of companies, IME agents, customers and associates participated in this noble cause.