Alexandre Gama is an entrepreneur who is based out of Rio de Janiero, Brazil. He earned his degree in Advertising and Communications from the prestigious Armando Alvares Pentad Foundation. He is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Neogama, a successful advertising firm in Brazil. He founded Neogama in 1999.
His advertising career began in 1982 while working for Standard Ogilvy & Mather. He was a copywriter and created written content for the firm. He became a copywriter and a creative director for the company DM9 in 1990. He became the most recognized copywriter in Brazil while working for this company. He was a shareholder and the Executive Creative Director for Almap BBDO as well as, the CEO of Young & Rubicam in 1996.
Mr. Gama is a pioneer and a trailblazer is the advertizing and communications industry.
He was the first Brazilian business executive to lead a global network of advertising an communication agencies. He was Global Chief Creative Officer of BBH, an agency based in Britain. He is an active member of the Publicis Groupe Global Creative Board.
It goes without saying, but it will be said anyways that there are a lot of products out there when it comes to hair treatment. That is both a good thing and a bad thing. It is good because it gives customers the chance to have variety. As they say, variety is the spice of life. However, they can often get overwhelmed and they can have a difficult time picking out the one that is right for them. That is why they rely on reviewers like Emily McClure of Bustle.com to help them out. They know they are getting a review that is straight forward and to the point.
She does not waste the time of her readers and when she dives into a product, she is going to give it the respect and the time it deserves. That shows in her review of Wen by Chaz, which was created by Chaz Dean, http://chazdean.com/. For those that are interested in reading it, it can be found right here at this link: https://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened. She really wrote a well-written review on it over the course of seven days and also included photos to go along with it. She wanted the reader to get the full perspective on Wen by Chaz.
She wrote about each and every single day she used the product for seven days. This way, readers would know exactly what is going on with this product. She also went out of her ways to include personal photos on Facebook of her hair and the progress it was making on her hair. That is the kind of commitment they get from Emily McClure of Bustle.com. When the seven day experiment was done, a lot of people complimented her and they couldn’t help but notice the bounce and shine in her hair and also her step.
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Securus Technologies has been creating technologies to keep the people safe for many years, and they are the leader in the field. One of their newest technologies is the Video Visitations that the prisons and facilities across the nation are using with great success. This technology allows the inmates to visit with loved ones on the video, and they can see and hear them. It creates a safer atmosphere for everyone concerned.
One of the great ways that the company is showing the people what they can do is that they invited them to visit their complex in Dallas, TX. When they come there, they will receive a presentation and tour so that they can see what the latest technologies the company is working on. They will also be able to ask questions, and learn a lot about the company.
Securus Technologies is looking towards the future with great intentions. Their goal is to make the world a safer place for everyone. They work with both the civil and criminal sectors of justice with different techniques like videos, interviews and investigations. With over a million inmates that they deal with every year, they are coming up with newer technologies on a weekly basis. Their professional and dedicated staff is committed to doing expert work on a regular basis.