What do you like about doing business in Ohio?Columbus, Ohio has been the headquarters of Resource Interactive since it began in 1981. It's a supportive community filled with incredible talent, spirited entrepreneurs, and passionate philanthropists. We're proud to call Columbus home.
Description of business: Resource Interactive Founder Nancy Kramer launched her digital marketing agency in 1981; decades before the first tweet, years before the first smartphone, and three years before Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was even born. Apple was Resource Interactive's first client and the reason why digital is a part of the company's DNA.
The digital marketing and design agency has led some of the world's biggest brands through the digital revolution. In 1984 the company helped launch the first Apple Macintosh computer, in 1999 it created a Victoria's Secret Super Bowl commercial that spurred record-breaking web traffic, and this past decade CEO Kelly Mooney wrote two groundbreaking business books that revolutionized the way brands communicate with consumers online.
Today, Resource Interactive continues to lead brands like P&G, Nestle, and Kohl's. With its O.P.E.N. framework for creating digital strategies for Fortune 500 companies, a dedicated in-house lab that studies and develops emerging technologies, and three regional offices in Chicago, San Francisco, and Cincinnati, the award-winning business is well positioned for growth. In 2010 Resource Interactive was ranked no. 4 in the nation by Advertising Age magazine, and both The Wall Street Journal and Columbus Business First named the company Best Place to Work.