Grey Group Singapore wins Scandinavian Business Seating to work on HÅG Capisco

Raju_Grey.jpgGrey Group Singapore has won the Scandinavian Business Seating account to work on their iconic HÅG Capisco account. The win will see the agency tasked to launch their B2C business in Singapore.

Scandinavian Business Seating is one of Europe's leading developers and producers of office chairs and seating groups for interiors. The company was founded in 2007 and the head office is based in Oslo with manufacturing units in Røros, Norway and Nässjö, Sweden.

HÅG Capisco is the ergonomic chair which has received a number of awards for its unique qualities and characteristic design. It has also been a forerunner in terms of environmentally friendly design and still has a very strong environmental profile compared to its competitors.

"HÅG Capisco values innovation and is constantly producing improved solutions for their customers. We are really excited to be working with them, I think we complement each other," said Subbaraju Alluri, Area Director & CEO of Grey Group Singapore and Grey Group Thailand (pictured).

"At HÅG, we value innovation to make the world a better place to sit! Grey Group Singapore has shown that we are both on the same page and presented us with some big and bold ideas. We are looking forward to the partnership," said Michael Brisbane, Managing Director of Scandinavian Business Seating Asia Pacific.

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