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As a global ideas shop, gyro’s mission is to create ideas that are humanly relevant.
In a world made numb by digital noise, the only way to connect with business decision-makers is to engage with them on an emotional level.
That’s why gyro’s 16 offices around the world have one singular focus: to ignite emotions in business decision-makers. Its entire UNO culture was built with this objective in mind.
There is no creative apartheid at gyro. The more kinds of talent and experience that can be brought to the challenge, irrespective of job title and department, the better.
This philosophy has made gyro a magnet for top talent around the globe. It has also made this independent B2B powerhouse an annual recipient of Best Places to Work honors.
Together, gyro’s 700 global creative minds treat every project as if it were its last, every single day. Its Advertising Age and Business Marketing Association B2B Agency of the Year honors prove that gyro’s culture, its passion and its mission have ignited something.
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gyro is Advertising Age's 2016 B2B Agency of the Year and the Business Marketing Association's 2016, 2015 and 2014 Global B2B Agency of the Year. It is the first full service global B2B creative powerhouse.
AT A GLANCE
gyro has front doors in lots of places, but to go through any of them is to enter the same creative space. The agency has erased the borders, taken down the walls and removed the silos. gyro is one P and L around the world with one agenda. This unique culture is called UNO. It's how gyro ensures nothing comes between a client and an idea that could transform the client's business.
BlackBerry “Work Wide”
BlackBerry is the iconic mobile device for business. But in recent years, competitors took firm control of the consumer market. Press and pundits were betting against the brand. BlackBerry needed a campaign to relaunch the brand and combat concerns about viability by focusing on its core expertise -- business productivity.
Spotlight BlackBerry’s unmatched expertise in providing “Serious Mobility for Serious Business.” In contrast to competitors’ focus on smartphones for “fun,” BlackBerry offers superior security, battery life and typing experience on its devices. It also provides a full set of services that meet the needs to the most demanding businesses. The new BlackBerry Passport, with its touch-sensitive keyboard and innovative wide screen, showcases how BlackBerry serves high-performing professionals better than any other mobility provider. Whether its X-rays in a hospital or spreadsheets in the office, it’s a sophisticated business tool that allows the user to “Work Wide.”
BlackBerry Passport sold over 200,000 units in the first week of launch. The company saw a dramatic turnaround, from losing $1.2 billion a quarter to sustained profitability in recent months. Analysts have become bullish on BlackBerry, and the business world was successful reintroduced to the mobile device they love.