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May 10, 2018

Rexona, Mindshare, Grab and Google launch 'Movement for movement'

The initiative aims to help people with disabilities get around Jakarta.

The initiative aims to help people with disabilities get around Jakarta.

Mindshare, Unilever-owned Rexona, Google and Grab have teamed up on an initiative called the 'Movement for movement', which aims to help people with disabilities navigate around Jakarta.

The partners hope to not only raise awareness of the issue of mobility for diasabled people but also provide real help in the form of technology. To that end, the companies have introduced Gerak, a mobility assistant app powered by Google. The app has a...

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