Tyler Holmes

Tyler Holmes is a staff writer for Brand Studio at Built In. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Loyola University Chicago before embarking on a multifaceted career that has included working the Chicago scene as a homicide reporter, writing as an international wine and travel journalist, and exploring the world of digital media and advertising.

As a native Texan, he is also extremely passionate about breakfast tacos (San Antonio reigns supreme) and the local music scene — in fact, he's probably at a show right now.

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At KPA, investing in employees means an investment in the business.
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In order to thrive in today’s unstable market, transparency is essential. Leaders at InspiringApps and OrthoFi share their biggest pieces of advice on building trust to achieve resiliency.
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As a healthcare company empowering older adults to lead thriving and independent lives, CEO Ed Likovich reveals his insights around the power and importance of balance.
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For leaders at these three Colorado tech organizations, diverse viewpoints and unique professional backgrounds are the secret ingredient to a thriving environment.
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For technologists looking to make a difference in their career, three leaders at DISH Wireless explain how their teams are shaping the future possibilities of wireless communication.
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With a brand new year rapidly approaching, companies are already thinking ahead about their go-to-market strategies — and the successful candidates they need to reach their goals.
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Employees at CircleCI are motivated to ‘fail fast’ in order to achieve future success even faster. What does that success look like? Rapid scaling, more diverse teams and rich career growth opportunities.
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In employee-manager relationships, trust and respect are crucial. Here’s how two Colorado tech leaders are setting their employees up for success through positive connections reinforced by chains of authenticity.
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With supportive colleagues, diverse representation and uplifting ERGs like “Women of Wowza,” job seekers are finding multiple reasons to accept their next big role.
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Learn how innovation at Vorto, Crusoe Energy Systems and Enquire translates to empowering company cultures and big hiring pushes.
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From innovative projects to truly passionate company cultures, these Colorado companies are prospering alongside their employees.
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From people-first benefits to making an environmental impact, these three companies are catching the tech scene’s attention.