St. Petersburg welcomes new marketing technology firm focused on social impact
ST PETERSBURG, Fla. – Tapp Network, a mission driven marketing and technology agency based in Wilmington, Delaware has expanded their offices and offerings into the Sunshine State. Their new office, located in St. Petersburg, will operate out of the co-working space, Station House, serving as their base to grow the team and add jobs to the region.
Tapp’s mission of serving nonprofits and organizations seeking to accelerate their social impact and capacity building for good, is aligned with the pioneering work the Foundation for Healthy St. Pete, the Chamber of Commerce and others are undertaking to accelerate equitable economic growth in the community.
The team will be led by Sue Myers, who serves as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for Tapp and will be supporting organizations in the area. “On the heels of the Chamber of Commerce’s Grow Smarter initiative, and the economic development and growth happening in this city, Tapp brings the smart-city solutions that socially responsible corporations and nonprofits seek to positively impact their communities.” said Myers.
Through their Tapp Cities business unit, Tapp delivers the latest in marketing and technology to global organizations, such as TechSoup in over 200 countries; to specific purpose-built communities on the rise and the organizations which they serve, including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Tech Impact, AARP, and the National Association of Community Health Centers.
The firm will also mark their grand opening occasion with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, April 24th alongside of the Chamber of Commerce’s President Christopher Steinocher and the Mayor of St. Petersburg, Rick Kriseman. Tapp will also introduce their signature event series, Philanthropy St. Pete, that afternoon.