Florida’s 'best workplace' Revcontent earns accolades inside and out

With rave staff reviews commending its “amazing culture,” Sarasota’s own Revcontent has also scored points from the area business community, with the enterprise recently deemed “Best Place to Work” by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.


With rave staff reviews commending its “amazing culture,” Sarasota’s own Revcontent has also scored points from the area business community, with the enterprise recently deemed “Best Place to Work” by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

The fast-developing company functions as a content recommendation network, processing a staggering 200 billion recommendations monthly and teaming with large media moguls from Forbes, Newsweek, Reuters, and International Business Times, among others.

“It's an honor and a privilege to be part of such a unique and incredible culture,” Richard Iwanik-Marques, Revcontent’s VP of marketing, said. “Fueled by a sense of empowerment through every layer of the organization, we succeed together and we fail together. It's been a surreal feeling watching us grow over the last few years. Every day, we're reaching more and more people … connecting web users with new, engaging content.”

Out of 200 potential businesses, Revcontent was one of only 15 firms selected for the honor. CEO and founder John Lemp, put an innovative spin on the pride he regularly experiences for his company’s achievements, likening his firm to a family — perhaps as an outgrowth of his having been adopted as a child.

“The idea of family has never been about genes for me,” Lemp said. “[Every day], I am humbled by what our Revcontent family continues to accomplish. This award means a lot because I see it not as a recognition of the place but the people here, and they are what makes Revcontent truly special.”

 

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