Latest News

From new hire announcements to client program insights to industry thought leadership, check back regularly to stay in the know about all things GMR.


Fortune Media and Great Place To Work Name GMR Marketing to 2023 Best Workplaces in Advertising & Marketing, Ranking No. 43

Great Place To Work® and Fortune have selected GMR Marketing for the 2023 Fortune Best Workplaces in Advertising & Marketing™ List....


Brand Storytelling & Depiction of Women Athletes

Let’s look at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. With unprecedented interest from brands and fans, the question remains: has female athlete representation in media/marketing grown to meet the moment?...


GMR Marketing Launches GMR FC, an Agency Expansion Aimed to Help Brands Experience Football

As the United States approaches the biggest single soccer weekend in the nation’s history, GMR Marketing, in partnership with boutique advisory agency 18K Sports, has launched GMR FC, a team of experts focused on helping brands Experience Football....


Industry Powerhouse Max Lenderman Joins GMR Marketing as First Chief Experience Officer

Max Lenderman Joins GMR Marketing as First Chief Experience Office...


Jane Uy-Ramos joins GMR as Vice President of Talent Development

Jane Uy-Ramos has joined GMR Marketing as the agency’s new Vice President of Talent Development....


Destigmatizing Disability & Accelerating the Growth of the Paralympic Movement

I was lucky to be part of the Sports Business Journal’s ALL IN Conference last week, where I had the privilege to elevate two important voices in the disability community, Team USA Paralympian Ezra Frech, and his father Clayton Frech, CEO and Founder of Angel City Sports. Our conversation was not only an invitation for brands to enter the disability space but a call to action for brand marketers t...


Creating Experiences Born of Humanity

Hybrid experiences CAN be awesome and inclusive! Check out how......


Last Woman Standing: How to Retain Women in Leadership

At this point in my career, I’m used to being the only one. Whether you’re in advertising or finance, there aren’t many of us left in senior leadership. But for the women who still sit at the most elevated seats at the table, what makes us stay? As a newlywed with my first child on the way, I reflected on this question as my own priorities shift along the spectrum of work/life balance. Here are my...