Mr. Alexandre Gama is a well-tenured individual in the marketing field, himself boasting just short of 36 years’ worth of experience across several companies that Mr. Gama has worked for over the years.
Advertising is even more difficult today than it has been in any other period of time prior to the past decade. Advertisers like Mr. Alexandre Gama are forced to take further measures than in the past, adopt more mediums to spread their message throughout, and deal with a lightning-fast-paced world that makes advertisers feel forced to keep up with the many demands of their clients or face the risk of getting trampled by their respective competition.
Mr. Gama first spent a few years in college to learn a feel for what marketing would be like in the real world. Gama attended the FAAP from 1978 to 1982, or the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation.
Even though he never once left the confines of Brazil prior to this point, Mr. Alexandre Gama moved to the United States to work at what was then the best advertising or marketing agency in the whole nation – Standard Ogilvy & Mather.
Over the 35-plus years that Mr. Gama has helped advertising groups get to the top of their respective classes, he never learned as much as he did throughout the first eight years of his working life in the industry. Being able to work for Standard Ogilvy & Mather to start his career out helped Mr. Alexandre Gama get on top of the advertising and communications industry.
Gama has also served countless organizations, including the D&AD’s International Film Jury as its foreman, one of just a few board members of the Brazilian Association of Advertising Agencies, and one of only six members of the Publicis Groupe’s Global Creative Board.