For RBD Creative’s first seven years, it called the carriage house of one of Detroit's oldest structures home. Today the company has matured to a traditional office in a new home in the suburbs.
The marketing company made the move to Plymouth in March. The new home puts it closer to core clients, such as the University of Michigan and Genesis Genetics
, which is also based in Plymouth.
"That's part of the reason we moved to Plymouth," says Dorothy Twinney, president & owner of RBD Creative
Also necessitating the move is RBD Creative's growth making it into a different and bigger company. When it launched it had three people. Today it has a staff of a dozen employees and the occasional intern after making two hires over the last year. The new office in Plymouth is much bigger, measuring out to 2,000 square feet. It also has a conference room.
"Now we have a much bigger conference area," Twinney says.
RBD Creative is looking to add more clients in the food and academic sectors both this year and next.
"For whatever reason these two areas seem to be our thing," Twinney says.
Source: Dorothy Twinney, president & owner of RBD Creative
Writer: Jon Zemke
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