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In The Business of Making You Look Good: RGI

July 3, 2013

RGI 2012

RGI Inc. is a marketing company that strives to give its clients a competitive edge through a full suite of creative services. This organization uses data-driven programs that are performance oriented, efficient and measurable. Among its list of services are innovative marketing solutions, high quality print and complimentary support services.

For more than 25 years, RGI has placed the highest value on its experienced team. These employees offer clients a diverse set of skills ranging from data analytics to brand strategy. After adding new key positions and various experts in 2012, RGI committed to adopting tools and processes to strengthen working relationships both internally and externally.

The mission of RGI is to revolutionize the way businesses use metrics to become market leaders.  The company uses data trends to justify marketing costs against measured results. RGI has developed a unique portfolio of innovative programs designed to boost its clients’ return on investment. The company also uses its leverage of experience to create strengthened value for clients, which gives them a competitive advantage.

RGI is also dedicated to community, donating more than 210 hours of community service and more than $91,000 to nonprofit organizations in 2012. RGI partners with CHRIS Kids, MUST Ministries, the Boy Scouts of America and many other charitable organizations.

This 2013 Top 25 Small Business of the Year company demonstrates passion and determination in its work, its employees and its community.

Business Profile

Owner: Mike Rehg

Industry: Marketing, Printing and Fulfillment

Year Established: 1986

Location: Marietta

Number of Employees: 46

Percentage of Growth in 2012: 13%

Did You Know?: RGI is committed to sustainability, recycling more than 3,940 lbs. of aluminum plates and more than 420,000 lbs. of paper and cardboard.


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