3-Sixty Brand Communications encourage Singaporeans to spread kindness and greatness

Be Greater.jpgA nationwide study discovered that Singaporeans and residents believe that they are already kind enough. They are more or less satisfied with the way things are - and have been for the past few years - and see no need to become even kinder. Yet another campaign about kindness would almost fall on deaf ears. The challenge was to redefine it, in a language and concept that would make everyone take notice, and see it with fresh eyes. Greatness. Sports brands hype it up as being the best, or surpassing your limits. In Singapore, it's perceived as success - financial, career or sporting. Not anymore. True greatness is found not in your bank account, job title or trophy cabinet, but the impact you make and imprint you leave on the world around you with your positive deeds, words and attitude. It's a challenge that was spread through a comprehensive integrated campaign by 3-Sixty Brand Communications including a manifesto TVC, print and OOH ads with true stories of greatness, influencers, digital content and even exclusive merchandise.


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