Fast-growing digital marketing company Rebel Interactive moves to Cheshire

digital marketing firm Rebel Interactive Group consolidated its operations in a new location in Cheshire after more than doubling in size since the start of the pandemic.

Rebel Interactive has moved into its new 30,000 square foot space at 535 West Main St., the site of the former Furniture Barn.

The exterior was repainted in red, white and gray, the company’s trademark palette.

They were the only real estate co-owners that Allison Minutillo, who is president, and Bryn Tindall, the CEO, considered as they searched for a new location for their growing business, which outgrown its rented space in downtown Southington.

Rebel Interactive officially opened its doors to employees on Tuesday, and a groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday. Local and state elected officials are expected.

The company, founded by Tindall in 2013, has grown from 38 employees before the pandemic to around 100 now.

Rebel Interactive bought the property, along Route 10, for $1.2 million last year.

Rebel Interactive offers a variety of services including advertising, marketing automation, branding and messaging, search engine optimization, data analytics, web and app development, as well as enterprise visualization and digitization.

Minutillo hosts a leadership podcast.

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