PostFinance’s contribution to sustainable development goes beyond its core business – it is committed to helping educate young people.
Education and economyLearning and start-up assistance from PostFinance
PostFinance supports children and young people in the acquisition of financial expertise – and fledgling companies in starting up their new business.
Learning to manage moneyMoneyFit is a teaching course from PostFinance that aims to strengthen the financial skills of children and young people. The platform moneyfit.postfinance.ch and associated printed teaching materials are available free of charge for middle school and secondary levels I and II. MoneyFit draws on a wide range of learning methods and digital media, allowing teachers to make their lessons relevant and interactive.
Learning made easier with card2brainPostFinance is a premium partner of the digital flashcard system card2brain for the home and on the move. At card2brain.ch, students can create their flashcards online and transfer them easily to their smartphone with the mobile app. The web platform also allows users to exchange their own flashcards with friends, create learning groups and benefit from tens of thousands of cards created by other users with card2brain.
Innovative ideas and dynamic companies are the backbone of the Swiss economy. PostFinance is committed to supporting the interests of company founders and start-ups.
Support for company founders and start-upsPostFinance supports young entrepreneurs in their first steps towards independence through its partner organization IFJ (Institut für Jungunternehmen). The IFJ is the leading point of contact for company founders in Switzerland.
Promotion of fintechPostFinance is a partner of Swiss Finance Startups, enabling networking and the exploitation of synergies in the Swiss fintech environment. Swiss Finance Startups is an association that promotes access to start-ups and innovation in the fintech sector.