Jun 13, 2016

Photos: Flamingo 'culture breakfast' focuses on driving social purpose

Flamingo hosted a 'Culture Breakfast' event titled 'SG51: Who cares?' Thursday at the Working Capitol in Singapore. The conversation focused on what it takes for brands to embed social purpose in what they do to effectively drive participation and collective action among the nation’s youth. Speakers were Elly Chu and Regina Tan, associate directors at Flamingo; Tong Yee, co-founder and director of The Thought Collective; and Jean Qingwen Loo, founder of Logue.

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