RPA

Santa Monica, United States

Contact Information

2525 Colorado Avenue
Santa Monica California 90404
United States
Phone: (+1) (310) 394-4000
Email:
Website:

Laura  Small

Laura Small

SVP / People Director
Tim Leake

Tim Leake

SVP, Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer

Phone: (+1) 3104350389

Pete Imwalle

Pete Imwalle

President, Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (+1) (310) 633-6565

William Hagelstein

William Hagelstein

Executive Chairman

Phone: (+1) (310) 394-4000

Lisa  Herdman

Lisa Herdman

SVP / Director, National Video Investment

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Branded Content/Entertainment, Market Research/Consulting, Marketing Technologies/Analytics, Media Buying/Planning, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 650

Awards: 62

Creative Work: 115

Clients: 13

Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Branded Content/Entertainment, Market Research/Consulting, Marketing Technologies/Analytics, Media Buying/Planning, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 650

Awards: 62

Creative Work: 115

Clients: 13

RPA

2525 Colorado Avenue
Santa Monica California 90404
United States
Phone: (+1) (310) 394-4000
Email:
Website:
Laura  Small

Laura Small

SVP / People Director
Tim Leake

Tim Leake

SVP, Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer

Phone: (+1) 3104350389

Pete Imwalle

Pete Imwalle

President, Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (+1) (310) 633-6565

William Hagelstein

William Hagelstein

Executive Chairman

Phone: (+1) (310) 394-4000

Lisa  Herdman

Lisa Herdman

SVP / Director, National Video Investment

RPA Insights

We have found it helps the most when we let the data guide us, but to not let it suffocate our creative vision and execution or cause us to lose focus on the people behind the data. read more

A one-size-fits-all, or a this-is-how-we’ve-always done it, is antiquated, and frankly a big turn-off compared to the agencies and brands that really embrace and lean in to inclusive and diverse advertising. read more

It’s not enough to identify all of the opportunities — you also have to dig into whether or not they make sense. read more

Our dream is to have portfolios filled with examples of how we took a struggling, poorly branded and poorly differentiated brand in a tough category and turned them around. If this is you, hit us up! read more

The root of it is trust. We’ve continued to build trust while fighting through the housing crisis as well as during COVID. read more

I’ll admit upfront that I’m more of an optimist than the average person and believe there has been a lot of progress made related to diversity and inclusion in the industry. read more

The values we gravitated toward in 2020 will continue through 2021. Business and the economy aren’t likely to return to pre-pandemic levels anytime soon. read more

A producer knows how to merge art and commerce to tell a story that will resonate with consumers. read more

We’ve gotten into the habit of starting most of our conversations with some sort of mental health check-in instead of just diving straight into whatever we have to do that day. read more