Alexandre Gama’s career in advertising spans more than 30 decades. During this time he has been the recipient of numerous awards as recognition for the outstanding work he has done in this field. Alexandre Gama began his career after receiving his advertising degree from the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation in Brazil. Soon afterward he gained employment with Standard Ogilvy and Mather where he was able to put his copywriting talents to work. His first award for excellence in writing came in the 90’s while he was employed with a company called DM9.
In 1999, Alexandre Gama decided to launch his own advertising company, which he called Neogama. Mr. Gama’s quickly rising reputation for superior creative content gained him notoriety by being the first person from Latin America to ever hold a magna lecture or master class at the highly recognized Cannes Film Festival. Alexandre Gama also joined several prestigious organizations including the Board of Brazilian Advertising Agencies and the International Film Jury of the British Association. Alexandre Gama’s company Neogama, led the Brazilian industry in growth within its first three years and later became the first advertising company ever awarded the Lion at Cannes, with the company actually taking two awards in 2003.