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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StackCommerce employees pose together during a team outing.
CEO Don LeBlanc knows that in order to build a truly connected team, embracing transparency and flexibility is essential.
The Los Angeles sunset turning pink and purple.
Got big career resolutions for 2023? Here’s how these Los Angeles tech companies are setting their teams up for success.
The Los Angeles skyline and sprawling city area.
New year, new possibilities: learn about Ylopo, Thrive Market and The Aerospace Corporation’s biggest projects and hiring goals for 2023.
An employee walks through the open GoodRx office space filled with lanterns and plants.
Leaders at healthcare marketplace GoodRx share why they’re embracing DEI and belonging to encourage both career growth for employees and future social impact.
A group of Centerfield employees working in the office.
Thanks to the company’s recently launched Learning and Organizational Development department, employees are making long-term career plans by better understanding exactly all the ways they can grow.
A customer success manager chats with a customer over the phone.
Transitioning customer success experience into the tech industry isn’t always smooth sailing — but it can be with strategic planning and following the advice of experts who have been there before.
Colleagues talking, laughing and sharing a pizza in the office
Benefits packages and big funding rounds are eye-catching to new hires, but it’s a supportive company culture that empowers employees to join the team — and stick around.
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TeleSign’s Kristi Melani details the mission of the company’s recently launched mantra, what it means for their customers, and how they’re protecting the future of digital transactions.
A prospect swims toward an email on a fishing line.
With a flood of incoming sales emails going straight to the trash, salespeople are relying on a personal touch to achieve bigger wins.
Los Angeles at sunset
These tech organizations are catching attention on the West Coast and looking to hire top talent in the new year.
Two people look through virtual reality glasses at a holographic city.
If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s how to adapt.
A woman accepting a job offer during an interview.
When it comes to fostering a supportive culture, these LA employees say their organizations have it down.