World Children’s Day and the Global Kids CouncilNovember 22nd, 2017
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As part of the newly-launched Grey for Run initiative, where we as a big Grey family will be advocating for greater health awareness in the months to come, Grey Group Singapore and the AMEA regional office have kickstarted things with …
Last Friday, the Grey Group Singapore and Grey Group AMEA offices gathered together to celebrate Racial Harmony Day. Celebrated annually on the 21st of July in Singapore, the event commemorates the 1964 Race Riots, which occurred on 21 July 1964.…
Well, here at Grey Group Singapore, we decided to spice up our Friday Inspirational sessions with Chef Riccardo Catarsi, who popped in to mix things up. We’ll let the pictures do the talking…..
Last week, the denizens at Grey Group Singapore warmly-received a delegation of students from Baruch College – The City University of New York (CUNY), with Subbaraju Alluri (Area Director & CEO, Singapore and Thailand) sharing his varied insights on the …
HEADS UP, Hardcore Gamers!
You understand the importance of staying alive and getting to the next in-game level but do you also understand the importance of blood and survival in real-life? Now, there is an innovative way to translate this …
Shahvez Afridi provided an hour and a half lecture for the students at SP Jain School of Global Management.
Metro Singapore and Grey Group Singapore conceptualised a Water for Life project as a charity drive to help raise awareness in providing clean drinking water for the children in East Java, Indonesia.
Grey Group China helps the children of Bai Ma School to realise their dreams with gifts.
Campaigns & Grey’s CSR initiative “Plate for a Cause” has been sponsoring the education for the forgotten children of Smokey Mountain for the past decade. Be inspired and read on to find out more about the cause here.
Did you know that Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso and John Lennon were dyslexic? Check out the latest campaign by Grey Kuala Lumpur for the Dyslexia Association Malaysia.
What would you do if you see giant-sized cigarette butts scattered across the city? The team at Grey Tokyo placed 100 of these at the heart of Tokyo for the NPO Reflection Project. When a passerby picks it up, he or she will find a garbage bag printed with a ‘Thank You’ note and an invitation to the next round of clean-up. Result: 300% increase in participants for the next clean up. Brilliant, we say!
Did you know that most of the adorable puppies you saw on pet shops’ window displays are products of puppy mills? And that by buying them, you are indirectly encouraging the growth of a cruel industry that allows animal abuse? Yolk aims to shed light on the cruelty of puppy mills through Pawfect Pets.
Lend a hand by downloading the “Lend an Eye” smartphone app. The innovative app developed by Grey Singapore helps the visually impaired to carry out daily tasks with the help of sighted volunteers.
Save the shore with JayGrey and Greenpeace! Take a look at how they have raised awareness of the destructive super trawler, Abel Tasman (ex Margiris), which recently hit Australian shores.
Imagine logging into your Facebook and seeing your data getting erased gradually – personal information, pictures and friend’s list. Scary, isn’t it? This is somewhat similar to what Alzheimer’s patients have to go through. Grey Singapore based their latest campaign on this concept; the “Sort Me Out” app allows users to experience the effects of Alzheimer’s – it was so real that Facebook requested for the app to be taken down!