As one of the greatest Brazilian copywriters of the 1980s, Alexandre Gama could have been satisfied at that. However, Gama had bigger dreams. Those dreams came true in 1999 when he opened his own advertising firm which he named Neogama.
The move has proven to be a massive success over the past 20 years, as Neogama is one Brazil’s most award-winning agencies. The company has won 26 Golden Lions over the past two decades and is highly regarded for its work all over the world. Gama was the first Latin American that was asked to teach a Masterclass at the Cannes Film Festival. He has been a member of many global creative boards over the years.
Gama is not just and advertising man but a highly-successful entrepreneur and investor. He owns a large stake in a company that is near and dear to his heart, the British sports carmaker Briggs Automotive.
Graham Edwards Telereal is the founder and CEO of Telereal Trillium Ltd. He founded the company in 1997. Telereal Trillium Ltd. maintains its headquarters in London, England.
The company manages a large portfolio of properties that it manages. Telereal Trillium Ltd. was formed to take over the portfolio of properties, held at that time, by the Department for Work and Pensions. The portfolio consisted of 16 million square feet of real estate.
Acquired Properties of Edward’s Tereal Company
CEO Graham Edwards Telereal has grown the company to its current portfolio, which now stands at properties totaling 86 million square feet. Over the years, the company acquired property portfolios from British Telecom, the BBC, and others. Telereal Trillium Ltd. is also an investment company and a developer. It is considered to be amongst the largest property firms in the United Kingdom.
Graham Edwards Telereal strategically acquired these large portfolios of additional properties by partnering his company with other businesses. From its early days, Telereal Trillium Ltd. entered into a series of joint ventures and partnerships, under the leadership of its founder, Graham Edwards Telereal.
The joint ventures and partnerships undertaken by the company, added to its phenomenal growth. The deal made in 2001 with British Telecom Holdings was a crucial strategic step for the young company. It proved to be a very successful undertaking, and since then it has been the first of many for the company. Graham Edwards Telereal is recognized for leading his company to the high level of growth it continues to realize. The two companies entered into a 30 year partnership.
Graham Edwards Telereal is an experienced investor. He attended Cambridge University, at which his field of study was economics. He served for many years as the Chief Investment Officer for Talisman Global Asset Management. This was a position he held prior to starting his own company.
The CEO of Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CP&B) Global Lori Senecal will exit her role in the company at the end of this year. The company is looking for a successor that will fill the gap. Rumors have it that Senecal is likely to be succeeded by an executive from the Swedish Forsman & Bodenfors, an agency that partnered with CP&B in 2016. Lori was appointed the global Chief Executive Officer of CP&B of MDC Partners agency in 2015. Before being appointed, Lori was the CEO and President of MDC Partners Network.
The CEO transformed CP&B and made it flexible and nimble like a startup though it is a global agency. Under her leadership, CP&B won a contract and work with the American Airlines in 2015. The company replaced Tm Agency with had worked with the airline for more two decades. The CEO developed a strong and able leadership team alongside Chuck Porter, the Chairman of the CP&B board of directors and co-founder. The co-founder is expecting a smooth transition at the end of the year when Lori retires.
The new leadership team has already started taking course with Danielle Aldrich promoted to be the president of CP&B West. The western unit consists of the company’s branches in Boulder and Los Angeles. Aldrich was initially a managing director in charge of CP&B Boulder. The company has 10 offices countrywide headed by successful entrepreneurs whose objectives are to expand the market for the agency. Check out GCReport to see more.
Lori Senecal attended McGill University and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Marketing and Finance. Before joining the advertising agency, Senecal worked in several companies and organizations. She served as the global CEO and Chairman of KBS. During her leadership, KBS grew from a domestic agency to a global one. Following this success, the company was named one of the “Best Places to Work in NYC” by Crain’s. Lori Senecal was named “Women to Watch” among other women by the Advertising Ages. Moreover, she won the AWNY Game Changer Award in 2013. She also served as the President of McCann Erickson’s flagship New York office. She was also the Chief Innovation Officer at the McCann Worldgroup.
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