R/GA is connected by Design.

An innovation leader for more than 40 years, R/GA has expanded to offer consulting, ventures, technology, marketing, architecture, and IP development services in addition to its award-winning design practice. Its work spans web, mobile, and social communications, retail and e-commerce, product innovation, brand development, and business transformation. The company has more than 2,000 employees globally with 19 offices across the United States, Europe, South America, and Asia-Pacific.

Departments: Marketing Sciences / Analytics / Visual Design / Copywriting / Experience Design / Technology / Client Services / Production / Content Studio / Brand Design / Prototype Studio

Capabilities: Media & Connections / Brand Development / Mobile IoT / Social / Commerce / Data Science & Visualization / Presentation / Business Transformation / Business Consulting / Technology Consulting / Experiential

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R/GA, Golin & LIFEWTR Partner to #BringArtBackToSchools

LIFEWTR, R/GA Chicago and Golin partnered to address the fact that 80% of schools are currently facing funding cuts, with art often the first to go. This is a major issue, because arts education has a significant impact on students beyond self-expression. Read More

R/GA Joins the Fight Against Malaria

R/GA is part of a coalition of global organizations involved in a new campaign to prioritize the fight against malaria. R/GA London helped create “Malaria Must Die, So Millions Can Live,” featuring David Beckham who has supported the malaria fight for more than 15 years through his role as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Malaria No More UK Leadership Council Member. Read More

R/GA Tokyo + MUJI Give the Gift of Color

R/GA and Muji created a neon pop-installation mural of the Tokyo skyline using 37,968 multicoloured Muji pens and projection mapping. Read More


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