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BRIDG – Bridging The Innovation Development Gap

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Located at NeoCity – a 500-acre master-planned intuitive community of innovation in Osceola County, less than 20 minutes from the Orlando International Airport and within a mile of the Florida Turnpike – BRIDG is a unique public-private partnership that is at the heart of a technology-based economic transformation currently taking place in Central Florida and positively impacting the entire region and state.

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As an industry-led, not-for-profit organization for advanced sensors, semiconductors, photonics and other advanced nanoscale systems, BRIDG provides research and development capabilities and infrastructure for manufacturing processes and materials geared toward system miniaturization and smart sensor innovation. 

BRIDG operates one of the most versatile 200mm microelectronics fabrication facilities in the world – a 109,000-square-foot building with nearly 60,000 square feet of laboratory/manufacturing space that includes two clean-rooms; one operating at Class 100 standards and the other at Class 10,000.

Focused on the innovative manufacture processes, materials and equipment for next-generation sensors and future high-tech products, BRIDG catalyzes to help bring high-value, quality jobs to Florida. As companies get products through the development cycle, BRIDG provides the necessary infrastructure – talent, equipment, background/foreground IP, etc. – to test ideas and concepts, acting as the bridge to product commercialization. In essence, BRIDG is the state-of-the-art “boutique” lab/fab facility open and flexible enough to keep up with the ever-evolving pace of technology and has space to accommodate a variety of partner-funded activities.

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BRIDG is enabled by investment from founding visionary partners – Osceola County, the University of Central Florida, and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council – as well as other partners including the University of Florida, the University of South Florida, Florida International University, Harris Corporation, Siemens, Massey Services, imec, and many others.

With the combination of BRIDG, its partners, and the growth of many sectors of the high technology economy here in Central Florida, the region is steadily becoming recognized as THE place to be if you want to build or grow a high technology-based organization. BRIDG provides the physical infrastructure and collaborative processes to connect challenges and opportunities with solutions, thus “Bridging the Innovation Development Gap” that makes transformation possible.

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Learn more at www.GoBRIDG.com.

200 NeoCity Way
NeoCity, FL 34744
Office: 407-742-4253
@FollowBRIDG

Exterior photos credit: Seamus Payne courtesy of Skanska

SynDaver Labs – Manufactures the World’s Most Sophisticated Synthetic Human Tissues and Body Parts

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SYNDAVER LABS MANUFACTURES THE WORLD’S MOST SOPHISTICATED SYNTHETIC HUMAN TISSUES AND BODY PARTS – ALL DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED RIGHT HERE IN TAMPA BAY.

Our SynDaver Synthetic Human bleeds, breathes, and employs hundreds of replaceable muscles, bones, organs, and vessels which are made from materials that mimic the mechanical, thermal, and physicochemical properties of live tissue. This validated technology is used to replace live animals, cadavers, and human patients in medical device studies, clinical training, and surgical simulation.

SynDaver Labs was founded in 2004 to commercialize a novel system of synthetic human body parts for the medical device industry. These sophisticated models replicate human anatomy in great detail, including individual muscles, tendons, veins, arteries, nerves and organs, all made form complex composites that mimic the properties of discrete living tissues. Made from water, fibers, and salts, each of these tissues have been validated for mechanical, chemical, thermal, and dielectric properties against the relevant living tissue.

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In fact, SynDraver Labs maintains the world’s largest database of LIVE tissue properties, and our products are used in such diverse fields as surgical training, medical device testing, consumer products evaluation, and ballistics testing

Work on this technology was initiated at the University of Florida in 1993. Initial studies involved the manufacture of synthetic trachea models to replace live animals in testing of airway devices and the development of interpenetrating  polymer-fiber networks to mimic lumenal structures such vessels.

The materials developed as a result of these studies are now used extensively in the industry as simple vein and artery mimics.

SynDaver Labs

8506 Benjamin Road, Tampa, Florida 33634

Phone: (813) 600 5530

Fax: (813) 600 3235

www.syndaver.com

TRINITY GRAPHIC – Custom, Creative, and Branded Digital Print Solutions for Clients Nationwide.

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Located in Sarasota, Florida U.S.A., and with over 45 years of printing, prepress, and packaging experience, Trinity Graphic manages custom, creative, and branded digital print solutions for clients nationwide.

Trinity Graphic offers full turn-key packages from initial creative concepts to full production, shipping and installation. Our design and project solutions teams work with your architecture, design and marketing groups to develop, create, and implement custom branded solutions.

Our investment in the best industry equipment means that your printed projects are produced and delivered complete, correct and on time – every time.

We take pride in understanding our customer’s needs, and by partnering with your buyers, marketing and creative teams, we are able to collaborate and provide solutions to meet those needs.

Let’s take a look at what we offer:

Custom Print Solutions – Clients partner with Trinity Graphic not because we are a premium digital print applications provider, they come to us because they have challenging project opportunities that require some “out-of-the-box” print, design or installation consideration. Whether it is wall covering, commercial advertising, retail signage or product displays, we make it our goal to create solutions that enhance your brand message

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Branded Print Solutions – Your brand identity represents your inherent values, your purpose, your positioning, and your voice. You trust us to protect everything about who you are, and we take that very seriously. Your brand is our compass that sets the target for our creative, production and quality assurance teams. Providing solutions to meet your needs is what we do best.

There really is no way to describe the true essence of what we do, except to experience it yourself. We’re actually not looking for customers, we’re looking for partners, to collaborate with for the long term. If your current resources are satisfying all your digital print needs, we are happy for you. Call us anyway and we’ll show you what you might be missing.

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Creative Print Solutions – We offer a complete, ‘soup-to-nuts’ digital print experience that starts with our experienced team of national and strategic account managers who will work with you to understand the goals, parameters and budgeting needs of your project. Our partnership continues with our creative design team and production managers who develop the graphic and structural elements and then coordinate the timelines and resources necessary for your project. Our production and quality assurance teams guarantee that every part of your project meets or surpasses our high standards, industry standards and your expectations.

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Trinity Graphic

Managing custom, creative, and branded print solutions.

885 Tallevast Road Sarasota, FL 34243

Phone: 941-355-2636

ROBRADY DESIGN – “Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable from Magic”

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ROBRADY DESIGN

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Scientist, Author, Futurist

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Rob Brady, CEO / founder, ROBRADY desing

In Florida’s Suncoast region, ROBRADY design has been producing things out of thin air for over two decades. Via their continually refined process of research, design, engineering, prototyping, testing, and manufacturing – what they coax into reality is at once exciting, innovative, and disruptive. Yet, it is always something more.

“We humanize technology.”

Rob Brady, CEO /founder, ROBRADY design

After graduating from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles and beginning his professional career with the Cigarette Racing Team in Miami, Rob Brady foundedROBRADY design, a multidisciplinary design and development studio, in 1990. From his work in marine design, he quickly expanded his focus and team into diverse market sectors: transportation, consumer/electronics, industrial, medical, and graphic/interactive, collaborating with clients to identify the greatest areas of opportunity for producing innovative designs that drive profitable results.Yet, no matter what project the studio undertakes, all the work shares one common trait: it exists at the nexus of organic and OMG.

Walking through the ROBRADYcomplex in the sultry Sarasota heat, it’s easy to be captivated by the studio’s industrial chic interior and displays of sleek, futuristic projects that look like something from Syd Mead’s garage. It’s easier still to be impressed by the on-siteCNC machines, 3D printers, welders, and more. Thesetools allow the studio to transform sketches into CAD drawings and physical prototypes faster than ever before—in some cases, a matter of hours. Yet, the studio’s physical assets only tell part of the story. The studio’s personnel roster is a deep bench of expertise and experience,not just in design, engineering, and manufacturing, butalso in material science, management, marketing, and regulatory guidelines. ROBRADY’sacumen allows it to navigate the regulatory environment of agencies such as the Department of Transportation, the American Medical Association, the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Communication Commission, and the FDA.

Yet, afinished product does not mean a job completed.ROBRADY’s standing in the design field is in large part to its perspective that invention and innovation are not enough. There must also beintention. In other words, how will the design be implemented for maximum impact and benefit?Beyond understanding the needs and concerns of all stakeholders, ROBRADYknows how a product will be introduced to market. The studio mantra of research to reality very often includes a third step, retail. To better support and realize their clients’ visions, the studio formed ROBRADY capital to provide support and management for particularly promising ventures.

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ROBRADY’s capacity to rapid prototype elements of the FORTIS exoskeleton dramatically reduced the development timetable. In some instances, testing could be performed on physical prototypes within hours of their design, saving significant time and expense and contributing in large part to the success of the project. The studio garnered multiple awards for the work on FORTIS, including “Best of the Best” from internationally recognized Red Dot Design.

Customer loyalty and admiration aside, the studio has become a familiar and critically acclaimed presence on the global stage. It has amassed an impressive and constantly growing list of accolades from organizations including: Red Dot Design, the International Design ExcellenceAward (IDEA), Good Design, Universal Design, The Medical Design Excellence Award, SPARK, and Designpreis Deutschland. Each attest to ROBRADY design’s commitment not only to being a leader in the field of design, but to delivering on its vision to humanize technology and having a positive effect on our world.

ROBRADY’s collaboration with Ziivaa, LLC is a clear example of the studio’s commitment to their client. From design work on the revolutionary belt to development of the brand name, packaging, international regulatory certifications, a suite of intellectual property and launch of the company, ROBRADY design was there for Ziivaa, LLC at every stage.

1040 Commerce Boulevard North

Sarasota, FL 34243

Email: studio@robrady.com

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www.robrady.com

TEC GARAGE – NEARLY 15 YEARS OF ACCELERATING HIGH-TECH ENTERPRISE

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NEARLY 15 YEARS OF ACCELERATING HIGH-TECH ENTERPRISE

As we approach our 15th year of operation, we can take pride in reaching an important milestone by serving as a valuable resource for innovators and entrepreneurs.  Our ever-growing list of graduates is a testament to our ability to nurture successful high-tech entrepreneurial ventures in West Central Florida. 

Tanya Elmore, President & CEO of TEC Garage

Tanya Elmore, President & CEO

When we launched the Innovation Center in 2003, the concept of an incubator as a vital part of regional economic development was not yet top-of-mind for most people.  It surely wasn’t as trendy as it is today to coach, mentor and support startups.  We were pioneers in understanding how important it is to assist and nurture entrepreneurs. 

BUILDING ON OUR SUCCESS

In 2014, we took the foundation of the Innovation Center and established TEC Garage in downtown St. Petersburg.  TEC Garage is an innovation and entrepreneurship center that assists emerging and entrepreneurial companies in the technology and manufacturing sectors by accelerating their success.  TEC Garage provides a unique mind-to-market model for working with entrepreneurs from concept through exit strategy, providing dedicated coaching, mentoring services, shared equipment, conference and office space, educational workshops and access to funders.  Clients are able to access services either onsite or virtually.

Much of our success can be attributed to an outstanding staff with experience in launching and growing tech companies, as well as a group of professionals who volunteer their time to serve as mentors to our clients.  Today we continue to improve our program by incorporating the best features and practices of the most successful programs throughout the country. By continuing to focus on the individual entrepreneur, we can address specific needs with specific skill sets, helping to move the young startup more quickly to revenue and success.

We are fortunate to count numerous well-respected individuals from funding and venture capital organizations, defense program offices, law offices, accounting firms and many more for community support.   Together they make a significant contribution in helping us foster innovation and growth in the high-tech economy in the Tampa Bay marketplace.

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A CATALYST FOR SPURRING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL AND INNOVATION ECO-SYSTEM

We are very pleased to report that we’ve been laying the groundwork for a purpose-built Innovation Center – a technology hub in St. Petersburg’s Innovation District and Pinellas County.  With emphasis on healthcare and marine sciences, the new facility will provide tomorrow’s technology business leaders access to the resources, services, networking and mentors they need while also fulfilling our vision of creating high-tech high-wage jobs.  The Innovation Center will serve as a focal point where startups, entrepreneurs, innovators, and investors can work in a collaborative environment bringing forth new innovations with a shared vision

TEC Garage

244 2nd Avenue North, Suite 9

St. Petersburg, FL  33701

727-547-7340

tecgarage.org

Facebook.com/TECGarageStP

Superior Uniform Group – CURIOSITY DRIVES INNOVATION

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CURIOSITY DRIVES

INNOVATION

Superior Uniform Group is curious, very curious. We constantly ask ourselves: “How can we provide more value to our customers?”, and “What challenges do our customers have now, and what challenges will they have in the future?” Our passion for answering these questions drives our quest for innovation. This passion, combined with our 97 years of experience, global presence, investment in technology, and creative thinking, has allowed us to develop long-term partnerships with some of America’s most prestigious companies.

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With offices around the world we extend our presence from Tampa Bay to Asia, Europe, Africa, The Caribbean, South America and Central America. We leave no stone unturned in finding our customers the best products and value. Here in the U.S., our Distribution Center, located in Arkansas, is an innovative marvel, bringing the huge advantages of semi-robotic embroidery, alterations and distribution technologies to our customers.

Through our signature brands,we manage award-winning uniform apparel and promotional product programs for major corporations and brands like Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, NAPA Auto Parts, Taco Bell, Denny’s Restaurants, Publix Supermarkets, BayCare Health Systems, Twitter, Tesla, and Holiday Inn to name just a few.

Our HPI-Direct® Brand utilizes award-winning in-house Fashion Design and Graphics teams to create innovative uniforms programs for restaurants, hotels, retail stores, airlines and service companies.

Through our Fashion Seal Healthcare® brand, we provide the healthcare industry with an innovative and fresh look for apparel, one that will visibly contribute to a healthcare organization’s brand and support their mission of patient-centered care

BAMKO®, our promotional products and branded merchandise brand, designs, manufactures, and deliversaward-winning merchandise that creates lasting connections between brands and their customers.

Finally, The Office Gurus® provides custom contact center and back office support services as an extension of the customers’ organization.  They are recognized as a leading contact center and BPO provider by delivering an exceptional experience and level of service.

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Uniforms, promotional products, branded merchandise and call centers you ask? Absolutely! We built our company based on our curiosity surrounding those two questions:“How can we provide more value to our customers?”, and “What challenges do our customers have now, and what challenges will they have in the future?” Our unique brands, technology, distribution, manufacturing, and exceptional customer service have all been designed to provide tremendous value to our customers right now, and position us well to help them well into the future.

As Superior Uniform Group approaches its 39th year in the Tampa Bay area, it seems appropriate to reflect on all of the milestones we’ve reached. Much of it has been made possible due to the great community in which we live and the hard-working people it has provided us with. We’re happy to be here, flourishing in a supportive, creative and enjoyable area of the country that has so much to offer. As we move forward, we do so with curiosity still in our hearts, knowing that it will continue to steer us toward new innovations each and every day.

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10055 Seminole Blvd.

Seminole, Fl 33778 | Phone: 800-727-8643

Email: info@superioruniformgroup.com

www.superioruniformgroup.com

Valpak® – Manufacturing Center Innovation

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VALPAK ® - MANUFACTURING CENTER INNOVATION

Valpak produces the famous Blue Envelope, delivering coupons and savings across the U.S. and Canada. It provides print and digital advertising to mostly small, local businesses through a network of 150 local franchises with almost 500 sales representatives.

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Terry Loebel, an unemployed autoworker, founded Valpak® in 1968, using a $500 loan to start mailing coupons from his home to households in Clearwater, Florida. In 1972, Valpak established its first franchise in Orlando, Florida and by 1982, expanded business into Canada. A group of investors purchased Valpak from Terry Loebel in 1985. In September 1991, Cox Target Media, Inc. purchased Valpak and by 1997, Valpak® was mailing out 11 billion coupons a year. 

In January 2017, Platinum Equity acquired Valpak from Cox Target Media, Inc. Today, Valpak has more than 730 employees and mails to nearly 40 million households each month. Annually, Valpak distributes almost 20 billion coupons in approximately 500 million envelopes and millions more through its mobile app and websites. 

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The Valpak® Manufacturing Center (VMC) is the largest, most-efficient short-run printing facility in the world. This $220-million, state-of-the-art, largely robotic printing facility is just over the Howard Frankland Bridge in Pinellas County. The facility was built in conjunction with the United States Postal Service, and in partnership with supplying companies from all over the world. It boasts more than one mile of conveyor belts and more than 25 robots (17 of which are automated guided vehicles that navigate utilizing wiring buried in the floor of the VMC). Part of the facility even runs in the dark since robots don’t need light to operate. Companies from around the world tour the facility as an example of a highly efficient print operation and an international engineering marvel.

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Some key stats regarding the VMC:

  • 96% increase in productivity over Valpak’s previous facility
    • What used to take 4 days to print now only takes 4 hours
  • 144,000 blue Valpak envelopes assembled per hour
  • 10,000 coupon inserts printed at a single time
  • 2,200 feet of paper run through each press per minute
  • 7,000 pound paper rolls and 2,500 pound (each) ink totes use to print the Valpak Blue Envelope
  • 470,000 square feet of manufacturing floor space (that’s 13 large 747 jets parked side by side)
  • 98% of the waste produced by the manufacturing process is recycled
  • 25 trailers of Valpak mail leave for delivery each day

GO PUCK – The Ultimate Personal Power Solution

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GO PUCK

With a record of revolutionizing battery technology for the world’s fastest cars, the GO PUCK team set out to create the ultimate personal power solution to charge all USB-powered devices. Mountable, compact and durable, GO PUCK allows you to stay connected, capture priceless moments and enjoy mobile freedom.

Headquartered in Sarasota, FL, GO PUCK is a design and manufacturing company offering a complete mobile power solution designed for the Active Lifestyle. The company founders are responsible for inventing the Automotive Lithium Starting-Battery, the spec IndyCar battery used at every race and they are also patent holders on the Tesla Supercharging system.

GO PUCK offers the market’s most intelligent and efficient portfolio of hands-free personal power products that can serve more than 9 billion devices in a market growing to $30B+ by 2021. GO PUCK holds 20 claims on mounting system utility patents with 25 claims pending. GO PUCK continues to innovate and reinvent wearable power and is the world’s first company to offer rental power at Universal Studios Theme Parks. GO PUCK’s power as a service innovation is also becoming available at top sporting events and venues.

Clip, strap or mount the power wherever you need while giving you the ability to easily rapid-charge your devices multiple times hands-free (GO PUCK has technology that allows users to spend less than 20 minutes charging from a wall outlet and store enough energy to charge a phone). With the unique mounting system to allow the product to mount to almost anything from bicycles to belts, the GO PUCK is revolutionizing mobile power.

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“GO PUCK offers the market’s most intelligent and efficient portfolio of hands-free personal power products that can serve more than 9 billion devices in a market growing to $30B+ by 2021.”

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The Start of it All…

In 1999, Blake Fuller was trying to set a new record at the annual “Race to the Clouds”—The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. At 18 years old, not only did Blake walk away with the “Rookie of the Year” award, but his interest was piqued to make his car lighter–specifically the heavy 45 lbs. battery in his car.

After many iterations, Blake produced a battery nearly four times lighter than the 45 lbs predecessor and shortly thereafter, founded Braille Battery to focus on motor sports batteries based in Sarasota, FL. 

With a rich history dominating motor sports from NASCAR to Formula 1, Braille Battery would go on to be recognized as inventing the Automotive Lithium starting battery and developing the IndyCar Spec Battery as well as other specialty batteries for the defense, medical and aerospace markets. With international patents pending on over 20 core technologies, Blake has not only brought superior performing products to market, but also has simplified the manufacturing process through exclusive designs. In 2014, Braille Battery was acquired by a group specializing in the material science Graphene.

Around the 2011 timeframe with rise in apps and action cameras, Blake could see the writing on the wall that technological society was headed to the “muscle car era of mobile devices” in which devices would continue to improve performance while exhausting their slowly evolving batteries even faster. To help deal with the forthcoming “battery-fuel crisis”, Blake and team developed the GO PUCK solution to provide handsfree rapid-charging of devices multiple times.

Fast forward to 2015, GO PUCK and ROBRADY Design established a partnership to bring GO PUCK’s technology road map to market with next generation industrial designs and production techniques. Combining innovative strengths, they have secured technology and customer relationships with GoPro, Otter Box, Qualcomm, Arrow Electronics and many others.

Cabinets.com – Kitchen cabinetry is one of those “old school industries that was a bit slower to adopt an e-commerce strategy to compete against traditional brick and mortar showrooms or big box stores.

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Kitchen cabinetry is one of those “old school industries that was a bit slower to adopt an e-commerce strategy to compete against traditional brick and mortar showrooms or big box stores. 

Traditionally, homeowners would have a local design specialist come to their house with samples and catalogs, and the space measurements would be done on site. This is still a very popular method for those consumers who want their hands held throughout the entire process. But in most cases, they will pay a premium for this service. 

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In 2009, Chris Larsen, now CEO of Cabinets.com, thought of a different way to sell cabinetry… exclusively online. “Who in their right mind would spend $15,000 for cabinetry on a website they’ve never heard of, on cabinets they’ve never seen, and with no refunds accepted on semi-custom made-to-order products?” many had asked. Chris teamed up with Benjamin Gordon, now CTO of Cabinets.com, to create a brand new startup website called Kitchen Resource Direct, where online customers would do just that, many times over. 

“We had to create a website that was very trustworthy for customers to place orders using their credit cards to make extremely large e-commerce purchases,” Benjamin explains. “We accomplished this through an amazing user experience online, as well as offering free design help over the phone and email. Having our professional designers on staff to create 3D kitchen renderings, along with detailed quotes, gave the customers the reassurance they needed to complete their purchase.”

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The original name “Kitchen Resource Direct” was chosen as Chris and Benjamin sat down at the Panera Bread on Howard Ave in Tampa.

“When you are bootstrapping your startup, $10 for a domain name is a great investment,” Chris explains. The company made the Inc. 5000 list in 2014 as Kitchen Resource Direct (#568) and continued their growth through SEO and PPC marketing strategies. Although great for online search, Kitchen Resource Direct was difficult to remember for word-ofmouth advertising.

“Even our families couldn’t remember the domain name KitchenResourceDirect.com,” Benjamin joked. So in late 2014, the company purchased the domain name Cabinets.com to further perpetuate their growth curve. An immediate impact was noticed in website sessions and brand awareness industry wide and they became one of the largest providers of cabinetry online.

Cabinets.com went on to win numerous awards for its fast growth. The company made the Inc. 500 list in 2015 and 2016, which ranks the top privately-owned companies by revenue growth, along with Top 10 rankings in Tampa both years as well.Other growth awards have included the Tampa Bay Business Journal Fast 50 (#4) and Florida Fast 100 (#9).

Chris and Benjamin are also proud University of Florida alumni and have won Gator100 awards for fastest growing Gator-owned businesses in 2015 (#4), 2016 (#4), and 2017 (#14).

Since hiring their first employee, Cabinets.com has instilled a strong company culture based on a set of Core Values and a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) that all strive towards achieving.

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“Businesses evolve and innovations happen, but as long as we stay true to our core values, we should be headed in the right direction,” says Chris. “Our core values and amazing team are the back-bone of our growth.”

Phone: 877-573-0088 | Fax: 877-574-0088

General Inquiries: customerservice@cabinets.com

www.cabinets.com