Since RMR began more than 25 years ago, our mantra has been simple and unchanging: results. We’ve learned and embraced every new medium and strategy, from print, broadcast and public relations to web, viral and even guerrilla marketing.
We play in a lot of arenas too, including high-tech start-ups seeking venture capital, national and international clients such as AOL, Telogy Networks (acquired by Texas Instruments), and consumer accounts such as Subway, .ORG, the Public Interest Registry and UMUC and virtually every B2C, B2B and B2G product and service imaginable.
What does that mean to you? With over 500 product and company rollouts and repositionings, we can help you capture new clients, new strategic partners, and new investors. Whatever the project, RMR’s innovative, goal-oriented focus has generated results time after time.
Our pro bono work has a track record which is just as impressive. From the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Easter Seals, and the March of Dimes to many other local, regional and national non-profits, we’ve raised money and awareness throughout the community.
Even with years of experience and growth, the heart of an entrepreneur still beats within us. RMR was named EY Entrepreneur of the Year and company President, Robyn Sachs, was named one of the Metro Area’s Top 25 CEOs to Know by the Washington Business Journal.
We believe that the same spirit and energy that drives us is the spirit and energy that should (and does) drive every advertising, marketing, public relations and social media campaign we do for our clients. In a business based on “what have you done for me lately,” we prove and reprove ourselves to new and existing clients every day.