Mar 30, 2015

Flamingo hosts cultural discussion on young Muslims

On 24 March Flamingo Singapore hosted its first Culture Breakfast at The Commons, Working Capitol. Harriet Robertson, director of Flamingo, explored how young Muslims around the globe are co-opting traditional Islamic values in new and interesting ways and discussed how brands can capture the attention of this growing market. Marketing and consumer insight executives from Unilever, Disney, Singapore Tourism Board and Samsung joined agency planners and client-service directors from Ogilvy, BBH, JWT and WARC to discuss which brands are doing this well.

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