Founded by Gary M. Reynolds as the nation's first "event marketing agency" in 1979, GMR Marketing has grown into a global, integrated, award-winning engagement marketing agency. With an unparalleled international infrastructure of 800+ full-time marketing professionals, we create, consult, and activate in 70 countries, covering every continent from four regional hubs.
In our 35+ years of engagement marketing, we’ve cultivated a nuanced understanding of brand engagements that captivate attention, influence opinion, and change behavior. We help brands connect with people through passion areas of sports, lifestyle, entertainment and music, and have earned particular recognition for our dedicated sports marketing practice and our innovative work in music marketing.
In 1998, GMR became a fully-owned subsidiary of Omnicom Group, a strategic holding company that manages a portfolio of global advertising and marketing leaders. Today our team includes full in-house creative, insights, events, field staffing, promotions, and digital departments.
Our work is insights-based and results-driven, and our clients include some of the world’s best-known brands, who turn to GMR for authentic engagements that deliver sales results.
Your career can be a passion.
GMR Marketing looks for people who approach their work the same way they approach the other passions in their life. Find your career in an agency that encourages creativity and fun while delivering results. Does GMR sound like the right place for you? Drop us a line and tell us how you’d contribute to our team. We have openings across North America, including our headquarters in Milwaukee, WI.
Love to travel? Hit the road with a field career.
GMR’s field team is an opportunity for outgoing adventurers to strut their stuff. Demonstrate the latest products and bring brands to life with demos, samples and other field marketing tactics. We’re an experienced group always looking to add to our talent base, including full-time and temporary help ranging from evergreen marketing pros to eager event staff and everything in between. Give us a call!
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In my opinion there are 3 things about GMR that make it an awesome place to work. The People, The Culture, and the Clients. The people here are great! Everyone is smart, talented, and fun to work with. I love that I get to work with different groups of people on different projects - it feels like the team is always full of fresh ideas and we all lean on each other to do great work. GMR is definitely one of the funnest places I've worked... the culture here is awesome! There's tons of events (which almost always include free beer), and lots of employee perks. All of these perks don't feel like they come with strings attached either - they don't expect 12-hour workdays out of you in return. The workday is super flexible (as long as you're getting your work done). You can work from home, and set your own hours (within reason obviously). It's a very collaborative environment but it's not over the top - you still have plenty of time to pop your headphones in and focus without interruption. The scale of the work at GMR is pretty cool. All of the clients are very well known brands and they are all very innovative and creative. Most of the projects are fun, challenging, and fairly high profile. There's a big emphasis on quality - our clients expect world class work, and it feels like we have access to whatever resources we need to do great work. Overall, it's been a really great place to work!
We seem pretty siloed as an organization. I think that's a challenge that every company this size faces, but there's not much collaboration between the various teams. It does seem like management is working at this - there's been a lot more social events and I've noticed the new coffee station has become an area that lots of people gather. I've met more people from other departments waiting for coffee than anywhere else. I like stuff like this because it's a much more casual way breaking down silos -- I think we all hate any type of forced collaboration events and icebreakers.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at GMR Marketing (New Berlin, WI).
One phone interview and two in person interviews. Meet with peers and direct reports along with senior leadership. They asked solid questions that were related to the job.
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GMR Marketing founded in 1979, has grown into a global, integrated, award-winning engagement marketing agency. In our 35+ years of engagement marketing, we help brands connect with people through passion areas of sports, lifestyle, entertainment and music. Today our team includes full in-house creative, events, field staffing, client account teams, promotions, and digital ...
Mission: Get in Their Hearts, Get in Their Minds, Stay in Their Lives. We build emotional connections for brands by leveraging passions that already run deep: sports, music, entertainment and lifestyle. By creating brand experiences within and around these passions, we fuel memorable engagements and rich conversations. The outcome is authentic, measurable growth in brand consideration, adoption and advocacy - connections that last.
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