Alexandre Gama is one of the leading advertising executives throughout the entire country of Brazil. Mr. Gama is known well for creating Neogama, an advertising agency that he founded from scratch in 1999. Unlike many individuals and parties, Alexandre Gama didn’t have to look to financing to reach his goal of starting and operating his very own communications and marketing agency, an accomplishment lofty enough that anybody should be proud.
He’s been on the board of several organizations, the most notable of which is arguably the BBH, an agency based in London, where he was brought on board as the Global Chief Creative Officer.
Mr. Alexandre Gama came from humble beginnings. To jump-start his career, he decided to look to the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation – called by many native Brazilians, locals, and advertising bigwigs as FAAP.
Following the graduation from FAAP, Mr. Alexandre Gama went to Standard Ogilvy & Mather – which has since been shortened to nothing more than Ogilvy & Mather – and remained at the high-class advertising agency for eight years.
Afterwards, he decided to move on to DM9, yet another advertising collective, as the creative director, with a secondary role in waiting for Mr. Gama.