Everyone loves seeing their name in print. At Rebel, the press we’ve garnered means more than just reflected glory. If you look at the coverage in a larger context, much of it speaks to our goals and intentionality. Taken together, it highlights our growth, optimism, and the work we do to elevate our clients’ brands—and we take pride in those attributes.
Connecticut Commerce: Mulitmedia Maker & CEO Bryn Tindall Blue Muse Magazine
Rebel Interactive Group founder & CEO, Bryn Tindall, speaks to Blue Muse Magazine on navigating Covid, employees, and state priorities.
Allison Minutillo Named 2023 Women in Business Honoree HARTFORD BUSINESS JOURNAL
President and Owner Allison Minutillo fully embodies Rebel Interactive Group’s core values: positivity, resourcefulness, curiosity, creativity, anticipation, honesty and excellence.
Rebel Interactive Group Hosts 6th Annual Trivia Night Fundraiser for Cheshire Education Foundation The Cheshire Herald
An annual rite of spring in Cheshire is the Trivia Challenge fundraiser staged by the Cheshire Education Foundation. For its sixth edition this year on Saturday, April 1, the event will be hosted by Rebel Interactive at their headquarters building at 535 South Main Street.
Chief Strategy Officer BJ Kito Provides Insight on the Joint Industry Committee Forbes
In a recent Forbes article, BJ Kito, Chief Strategy Officer of Rebel Interactive Group, emphasizes clients’ demand for a single consolidated reporting dashboard with cross-platform attribution, and the need for the newly formed Joint Industry Committee (JIC) to counteract the negative impacts of privacy protections, data/reporting disparities, and restricted data access due to spend amount.
Rebel Interactive Group Announces Two Senior Hires New Haven BIZ
Connecticut-based digital marketing agency, Rebel Interactive Group, welcomes two new leaders: James Dowd, award-winning creative director, and Dilip Rangnekar, business development and global marketing leader.
Will Humans Colonize Mars Before The Metaverse? MediaPost
‘Tis the season for predictions about industry trends unfolding and gathering steam in 2023. Rebel Interactive Group Chief Strategy Officer BJ Kito offers his own set of observations about what to look for trend-wise in the digital marketing space, and just as importantly, what not to look for.
Rebel Interactive Group Addressing Challenges Faced By Higher Ed The Cheshire Herald
Connecticut-based digital marketing agency Rebel Interactive Group and two of its senior leaders, President and Co-Owner Allison Minutillo and Chief Strategy Officer BJ Kito, were selected to speak at the 2022 UPCEA New England Region Conference in October.
Forty Connecticut companies made Inc. magazine’s list of the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the United States for 2022, including Rebel Interactive Group Hartford Business Journal
Cheshire-based Rebel Interactive Group, which recently opened a new headquarters, ranked 2,019th with 297% growth.
Rebel Celebrates New Cheshire Digs The Cheshire Herald
The digital marketing agency had called Southington home for nearly eight years, but as the company has grown exponentially — even through the pandemic — and the needs of clients and employees have shifted, Rebel leadership has acknowledged that a change in space was needed to reflect the change in mindset.
Rebel with a cause: Growing digital marketing agency embraces change with new Cheshire HQ HBJ Hartford Business
Rebel Interactive Group has been challenging the status quo since 2013, but it took a global pandemic for the integrated digital marketing firm to land in its new location, a renovated barn along Route 10 in Cheshire.
Fast-growing digital marketing firm, Rebel Interactive, moves to Cheshire Hartford Business Journal
Digital marketing firm Rebel Interactive Group has consolidated its operations to a new location in Cheshire after more than doubling in size since the start of the pandemic.
Who is hiring in Connecticut? CT Insider
Allison Minutillo, president and owner of the company, said at any given time, Rebel Interactive is looking to hire 10 to 15 people. When the company announced it was relocating to Cheshire seven months ago, it employed 95 people and now has about 110 workers.