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Grey Advertising Bangladesh Limited (GABL)

The first joint venture international full service advertising agency to set up in Bangladesh 12 years ago, GABL is today the largest stand alone agency in Bangladesh with capitalized billings of USD 7.3 million in 2010. GABL has built up market leadership position in the industry thanks to the 51 young and talented professionals that make up GABL, and has won an unprecedented 4 years in a row (2003-2007) Agency of the Year Award, at the Srijan Samman Awards for all Bengali advertising work done in India and Bangladesh. In addition work done for its portfolio of local as well as multinational corporates has won innumerable local and international awards and accolades. GABL today is a member of the Grey Global Group owned by WPP and SOX compliant.
Grey is one of the ten largest advertising agencies in the world, with offices in over 83 countries. It has one overriding focus: to produce truly great creative work, to produce work that soars, makes proud and fosters the brand relationship with consumers—work that helps clients prosper. Grey Worldwide provides highly creative services including brand ideas and strategies, brand planning, creative development and production. The agency is organized into four geographical units: North America; Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
Grey Advertising is one of the newest ad agencies as well. Started only in 1996, Grey has been able to strengthen its market position strongly – thanks to its multinational experience and ‘Global’ approach to business. A Grey Global Group Inc, USA company, Grey has one of the most exquisite portfolios in the country. The major clients are British American Tobacco Bangladesh (BAT), Procter & Gamble (P&G), Glaxo SmithKline (GSK) Vaccination, GSK Consumer Health Care, Philips Lighting,…...

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