Syed meets the Saiful and Hyder for the first time at a workshop. Calling themselves Diamond Knowledge, the three came together and branded themselves as youth success coaches.
The team changes their name to The Green Apple Project and introduces their cause on Facebook. The phrase ‘You Can Only Be Better’ was coined and was proposed to be the title of Syed’s first book.
Times were tough in the beginning. Yet TGAP made its public debut by coaching a tiny group of parents and youth at Jalan Pisang. Later, the first ‘You Can Only Be Better’ workshop was delivered for 20 youths at Bukit Batok East CC.
After months of rejection and mild responses, TGAP successfully breaks into the school sector for the first time at Jurongville Secondary School.
TGAP broadcasts its first ever corporate video which became an instant hit on social media. Our story made waves online, sparking a surge in invitations and speaking engagements.
Our rapid rise in popularity reached its peak when we got featured on Berita Minggu on 24th November 2013. Four months later, a second article was published in the paper’s business column Ekoniaga, highlighting our success as a social enterprise.
TGAP’s website domain www.tgap.com.sg was established online.
TGAP becomes an official partner of CLF and is awarded for our initiatives to empower youth, placing the company amongst the top youth motivational organizations.
TGAP is invited by current affairs documentary Detik to give expert opinions on youth issues and psychology.
The first batch of Inspirators graduate from TGAP’s Inspirators Course.