The marketing agency putting its heart and soul into sociable ideas that people want to engage with.

Entrepreneurial spirit flies high at RPM, the award-winning independent marketing agency that believes positive brand behaviour changes human behaviour. RPM has a gone a long way since it was founded in 1993, operating from a cowshed. The company now boasts a staff of 200 plus creatives working from The Old Treacle Factory in Shepherd's Bush.

Voted by Marketing Magazine as Experiential Agency of the Year twice, RPM's client list is chock full of top brands, including Adidas, Cancer Research UK, Diageo, E.on, Heineken, Kraft, M&S, Reebok, Sky and Strongbow. If this isn't enough, the agency has been listed in The Sunday Times' Best Small Companies to Work For league for six years.


RPM believes that brand behaviour is the way foward in marketing today; it's 'less about what you say and more about what you do.' With this in mind, RPM creates fun experiences that fulfil brand promises, which make perfect stories for news hungry media, as well as entertaining the public in doing so. It's worth taking the time to look at the agency's work and you'll see that the agency more than lives up to its reputation.


Recent projects include Sky Ride, getting one million people on their bikes in traffic free zones at cycling events across the UK. RPM was behind Strongbow's headline sponsorship of Tough Mudder events, with the campaign called Earn It, whereby participants had to go through an epic challenge to earn the ultimate pint.

The agency has worked with Cadbury and Easter Egg Trails, developing trails and activities at National Trust properties, with kits, in store promotiions, web design and app development, all to great effect.


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RPM is commited to sharing its expertise and knowledge with other entrepreneurs through Start-Up Britain and with RPM Ventures, providing support and expertise to small startups, such as The Wild Beer Co.

March 2015