gyro Named BtoB Magazine 2013 Large Agency of the Year

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Independent global ideas shop receives top honors after continued growth on all fronts.

“We are independent. We are committed to our mission. And we are committed to each other and our strong UNO culture,” said gyro CEO and CCO Christoph Becker.

gyro, the global ideas shop, has been recognized as the 2013 Large Agency of the Year by BtoB magazine, the leading publication covering the business-to-business marketing sector.

A symbol of this independent agency’s growth, this recognition marks the first time that gyro was named to the large agency category. All told, gyro has been named a top agency a total of 26 times in the past 18 years, globally.

“This is an iconic moment for our global ideas shop,” said gyro CEO and CCO Christoph Becker. “It is a celebration of all of our clients who appreciate our unconventional DNA and our obsession for innovation in the B-to-B space with humanly relevant ideas.”

gyro relaunched nearly three years ago, rallying its 15 offices globally around one mission: to create ideas that are humanly relevant. This message has resonated, drawing both top clients and top talent.

“We are independent. We are committed to our mission. And we are committed to each other and our strong UNO culture,” said Becker. “This is a testament to the passion and hard work from all of gyro across the globe as well as our intimate partnership with our clients.”

gyro is currently the Business Marketing Association International’s Agency of the Year. The global ideas shop has been recognized both creatively and strategically by many top festivals and publications. It was also named a top workplace by Enquirer Media.

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About gyro
Our mission is to create ideas that are humanly relevant. gyro is an Advertising Age Top 50 global ideas shop with 600 creative minds in 15 offices globally. Globally gyro works with Abbott, Audi, Deloitte, FedEx, HP, John Deere, The Kellogg Company, Kimberly-Clark, Newell Rubbermaid, SAP, Virgin Atlantic and USG. http://www.gyro.com

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