Keep in mind you're looking to work at a public relations agency, so naturally the company's online presence and first impressions are going to be everything you have dreamed of in a company but sadly, this is nothing more than false advertising.
The most difficult part of working at The Gab Group is that the CEO micromanages every employee regardless of their job title. It doesn't matter if the employee has 1 year of experience or 20 years of experience, you will be micromanaged every single day that you are employed by this company. So much so that you'll begin to question your own capability as a professional.
The positive is that your co-workers will become your friends and they all work together as a team to complete the task at hand. However, don't get too comfortable as the employee turn over is extremely high. Within my time at the company, there were 40+ employees that either got laid off or quit. For a company who typically employs about 14-20 people at a time -- that's a huge red flag.
CEO will talk about plans that will never happen and employee rewards/incentives that are never given. Don't expect any holiday bonuses either, maybe a gift card to one of the company's clients (if you're lucky) but in terms of a monetary bonus, forget about it.
Overall, you'll learn a lot about the marketing/graphic design/public relations industry but be cautious as working for this company will take a toll on you mentally, physically, emotionally and financially.