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Mission: Our Word is Our Bond
We Encourage Employees to Innovate
We Strive for Excellence
We Respect Each Other's Property
We Recognize Performance
We Are Grateful
Meet RMI's new digital media trainees! For the past few weeks these trainees have been learning about all aspects of digital media from the RMI experts.
Catered lunch in the main conference room!
Founded in 2001, Response Mine Interactive is a leading digital marketing agency created at the intersection of direct response marketing philosophies, data analytics, and interactive marketing technologies. Our purpose is to help our clients achieve their goals and grow beyond their own expectations.
We’re not your average marketing agency. Too often, agencies fail their clients because they don’t have the discipline to focus. We are built on focus.
By concentrating efforts on our data-based approach to marketing, we’ve generated significant increases in new business for our clients, resulting in substantial ROI and revenue.
After successfully helping countless clients develop their customer bases and acquisition strategies over the years, we’ve recently dedicated an entire division of our company to helping companies that help their customers. In 2017, we established Response Mine Health — a brand new health and wellness division of our agency with the sole objective to help companies that help others grow.
Long story short, we put your company and your goals first. We work hard, and smart, to help you acquire new qualified customers and patients.
It’s my sincere mission to run a decent, kind and truthful company. As much as we are stewards and advisors to the great brands we call clients, we also consider ourselves stewards of careers.
We will challenge you to think clearly, hit difficult objectives and generally push yourself to excel.
For the rest of your career, it’s unlikely you will find another company like RMI.
We try not to fix problems. We try to design marketing and services that are of such high quality, the problems disappear.
The employees at RMI are what make it successful and as you already know from reading our core values, one thing I make a point to showcase every week is recognizing performance.
Every Monday morning at 10 am, we have a meeting in the main common area where we talk about the week to come, recognize our team for the outstanding performance and discuss any events or meetings coming up — it’s a great way to start the week and a great way to reinforce gratitude and performance.
Full medical, dental & vision plans available. All full-time employees are eligible for benefits from day 1.
We believe in fair dealing, honesty, a strong effort and being thankful. These are the seven guiding principles by which we operate Response Mine.
1. Our Word is Our Bond - If we commit to doing something, we do it. We make agreements with care and we tell the truth.
2. We Encourage our Employees to Innovate - 90% of the companies listed on the Fortune 500 at its inception are gone. The implication? All business must evolve to thrive. Our employees are vital to that innovation.
3. We Strive for Excellence - Quality is scalable. Our clients deserve high-quality thinking and output and our business is designed to deliver.
4. We Do Not Take Advantage of Others - One school of business teaches you get what you negotiate. We believe the best business is built on a fair exchange of value. This is the only way for both parties to win.
5. We Respect Each Other’s Property - Whether items or ideas, we do not tolerate theft in any form.
6. We Recognize Performance - Every day in our company there are heroic efforts and brilliance. We aspire to see them and recognize the contribution of each team member. This, to us, is what makes business so much fun.
7. We Are Grateful - Thankfulness is like water and sunshine on your garden: they are essential to growth. Response Mine wouldn’t be in its second decade if not for the trust and confidence of our clients and employees. We are extremely grateful.
(Thank you Charles Brewer of MindSpring for offering of the original CV&Bs and advancing the revolutionary idea that adhering to principles is acceptable and desirable in business)
The thing I enjoy most about working at Response Mine Interactive is the degree to which the company engages employees & how responsive our team is with one another.
This is truly where marketing meets innovation.
When I first started working here, witnessing the results of many colleagues’ journeys to growth and development through their years with RMI said a lot about the company, and this was something I wanted to be a part of!
Company celebrations, lunches, and being a part of our women in the workplace group known as “The G.E.M.S. (Growth, Empowerment, Mentorship Sisterhood)” creates a friendly atmosphere and a comfortable environment that I enjoy working in.
I worked at Response Mine Interactive full-time (More than 3 years)
Growth potential, amazing culture, hard work is never gone unrecognized, always ahead of the curve in terms of industry updates/best practices
During my time at RMI, can’t say there were many cons. Upper management is great, and facilitated great relationships/opportunities with team members below but there is a bit of a gap that exists in between bottom and top. A key focus of management has been to bridge that gap which I have seen prior to my exit.
Advice to Management
In the last 2 years I was at RMI, I saw a complete overhaul of the the media management team. The workshops/outside vendor learning sessions that management periodically brings in now really does help each team member at RMI stay on top of what is newly available within the industry - which in my opinion helps us stay cutting edge and differentiates RMI from others agencies. Management at RMI truly does care about the growth and development of each and every team member. Please continue that.
Extensive interview process which makes sense based on agency needs and company culture. However, after one phone screen, and TWO in person interviews on separate occasions, a follow up would have been nice from the talent acquisition manager.