January 08, 2014: HCAP Partners' portfolio company, RPI, announced today that it has become the first producer of personalized products such as photobooks, notecards, stationery, and business products to be recognized and certified by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) for its sustainability practices.
January 2015: Huntington has published a new case study featuring portfolio company, RPI, and their Inspired Culture Initiative.
May 1, 2013: RPI, a leader in make-on-demand, private-label personalized photo books, greeting cards and stationery products for mass and specialty retailers, today announced that it has acquired DPI, an Atlanta-based company that provides web-to-print, on-demand products and services for business-to-business customers such as Nestle, Johnson Controls and CB Richard Ellis.
25-Aug-2011 - RPI, a leader in make-on-demand private label personalized photo books, greeting cards and stationery products for mass and specialty retailers, announced the acquisition of Paro Group BV, a wholly-owned subsidiary of JP Media Group located in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The acquisition includes the assets of Paro Printing and Paro Books.
25-Aug-2011 - It was announced today that RPI acquired Paro Group BV, a wholly-owned subsidiary of JP Media Group, Eindhoven, Netherlands. The acquisition, which includes the assets of Paro Printing and Paro Books, will benefit existing and potential customers by enabling them to expand their brand equity into new markets and geographies through a variety of quality, customized consumer products.
21-October-2010 | Riverlake Partners LLC was the lead investor in a $5 million preferred financing round for RPI Inc. Huntington Capital of San Diego, which provided $5 million of mezzanine financing to RPI in July, also participated in this round of preferred financing. RPI is a Seattle, Wash.-based company that makes personalized products using consumer-generated content.
04-August-2010 | Huntington Capital is pleased to announce its investment in RPI, a Seattle, WA based company. RPI will use the additional funds to introduce new services and technologies, such as a managed merchandise program targeting the placement of new products, and to provide access to technology platforms that will provide new opportunities for brand owners in the personal creative expression market.