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gyro Named 2019 Global B2B Agency of the Year by the Association of National Advertisers
CHICAGO, IL – May 31, 2019 – gyro, the leading full-service global B2B powerhouse, has been named 2019 Global B2B Agency of the Year by the Association of National Advertisers (ANA). The ANA presented the award to gyro at the B2 Awards ceremony on May 29th in Chicago during the annual Masters of B2B Marketing Conference. This marks the fifth time in the past six years that gyro has received the prestigious honor.
In total, eight gyro offices across four countries won 30 B2 awards on behalf of the following 12 clients: EmblemHealth, Grant Thornton, Hiscox, HP, Knauf Insulation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Midmark Corporation, Neste MY Renewable Diesel, Sentry, Square, USG and Viega.
For the full list of awards, please visit the B2 Awards website: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM96e
gyro is a global ideas shop, an agency with an unconventional DNA. We are 600 minds in 14 offices acting as one.
We are the 2016 Advertising Age B-to-B Agency of the Year.
Let’s ignite something …
You don’t have to be at gyro long to realize you’re part of something very different.
You can see it in practical ways: the CEO doesn’t have an office; there’s no HQ on our map and very little hierarchy. But mostly it’s something you can feel. There’s a different spirit to the way we work at gyro. Our offices around the world aren’t in competition with each other; they’re there for each other. We talk to each other, we work together and we share all the challenges and triumphs a creative life brings.
None of this happened by accident. Our distinctive culture was born as a deliberate response to the changes we’re seeing in the world around us.
We Call this Culture UNO
UNO is how we ensure nothing comes between our clients and ideas that could transform their business. It means one P&L around the world and one agenda.
It’s a different way of organizing our people; it’s a different way of thinking. And without it we couldn’t be the company we need to be.
No borders, no walls, no silos; just diverse talents all around the world, working as one, for the good of all our clients.
As far as we know, there is only one UNO.
We’re very particular about the qualities we look for in our people. But our needs are only half the story. Why do the best people choose us, and why do they choose to stay? Our guide is to see things from your point of view. What kind of space does it take, what team spirit do we need, what opportunities can we provide to make you want to do your best work with us for years to come? It really is all about you.
I have been working at gyro full-time (More than 3 years)
Laid back office culture, great vacation/benefits, talented, hard-working crew. Working on big clients like Firestone, Transamerica, and USG. We've been rapidly growing.
Holding company makes it hard to get things done sometimes. Some projects are understaffed.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at gyro (Cincinnati, OH) in February 2016.
Imagine sitting in a room with two terribly judgmental women who were 30 minutes late for your interview and hadn't even printed off your resume so you literally have to read some of the bullets on it verbatim to answer their questions. Then, at the end they said they'd contact me by phone or e-mail regardless of their decision and never heard from them again even when I e-mailed both of them twice. Poorly managed and I feel incredibly grateful that I didn't end up here!