Alexandre Gama is an esteemed advertising figure that primarily creates television commercials and videos for big-name businesses and organizations. Most of Gama’s work comes from high-paying, always-trusting customers across Brazil’s metropolitan areas, though the top-notch talent also makes ads intended to be displayed in the United States.
Just a few of the big brands Alexandre Gama commonly works with include BMW, Old Spice, Johnnie Walker, IKEA, and Levi’s, among countless others.
Arguably the most important stepping stone Alexandre Gama found in front of himself on the path to success in his favorite field of work – advertising and marketing – was getting hired by one of planet Earth’s best advertising agencies, Standard Ogilvy & Mather. Thanks to Mr. Gama’s willingness to improve his ability to speak and write English, not to mention his get-up-and-go attitude as it relates to the ease he handled having to move from Brazil to the northeast United States of America.
His stint with Ogilvy & Mather lasted from 1982 to 1990, after which he worked for a then-unknown agency named DM9. From 1990 to 1994, Alexandre Gama worked so hard that he brought more awards to DM9 than any other advertorial copywriter in the nation of Brazil.
In 1996, Mr. Gama further managed to land yet another job with one of the world’s best advertising agencies, Young & Rubicam. Believe it or not, even though Y&R was likely able to recruit virtually any candidate its executives wanted their collective hands on, Gama was simultaneously hired into three positions: Chief Content Officer, Chief Executive Officer, and Official Ranking Global Board Member.
After spending a relatively short, three-year bid with Young & Rubicam, Alexandre Gama decided to branch off, be self-employed, and create what would become the fastest-growing agency in Brazil – Neogama.