Award-Winning Entrepreneur Alexandre Gama Has Had An Industrious Career

Alexandre Gama is a Brazilian entrepreneur and founder of one of the country’s top advertising agencies.
Gama began his career in 1982 at Standard Ogilvy & Mather. He spent time in the early ‘90s at DM9 and Almap BBDO, and in 1996 joined Young & Rubicam.
He left Young & Rubicom to found Neogama in 1999. Neogama grew rapidly; its association with Bartle Bogle Hegarty as Neogama/BBH saw it awarded “Agency of the Year” in 2002. Gama would earn many awards throughout his career, including 23 Lions from Cannes.
Gama has also experienced many “firsts.” These include being the first Brazilian to lead as Global Chief Creative Officer of BBH, the first Latin American to act as Foreman for the International Film Jury of Design and Art Direction (D&AD) and to present a Master Class at Cannes, and the only Brazilian on the Publicis Groupe Global Creative Board.

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