Revcontent was named a finalist for the ‘Most Innovative Culture’ award for technology providers by Digiday as part of their Worklife Awards series.
Revcontent is one of five finalists for the award, which recognizes “the employers whose culture best fosters unique, original and successful thinking demonstrated by tangible results,” according to Digiday website.
“Innovation and culture are two of the most important aspects of what we do at Revcontent,” said John Lemp, CEO and Founder of Revcontent. “For Digiday to recognize our innovative workplace culture as one of the best in the industry is a testament to the people who make Revcontent so special. Our team, their ideas and passion are what differentiates us from other tech providers, and we are proud to be included alongside some of the best companies in all of marketing and media.”
Revcontent has garnered dozens of awards for its culture including being named a “Best Place to Work” by the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Florida Trend and AdAge.
As a young company, Revcontent has molded its culture and organization into something truly unique. More than just great perks, company parties, dogs in the office and flexible schedules, Revcontent is building a culture of empowerment, growth, and innovation by focusing on core values and ideals.
“This recognition is directly related to the strength of the people at Revcontent,” said Richard Marques, President of revcontent. “Our biggest advantage is our people. Their commitment to excellence, their passion and their thirst for innovation is what makes this such an inspirational company to be a part of. Our innovative culture is a representation of the people who put in the hard work each and every day, and we are honored to have it recognized by Digiday.”
Other nominees for the Most Innovative Culture by a Tech Provider Award include Amobee, WP Engine, Steelhouse and Epsilon & Conversant.
Other finalists for Digiday Worklife Awards include companies like Buzzfeed, Digitas, Politico, Bloomberg Media Group, Vox Media, Reddit and NBC Sports Group, among others.
“Company culture has never been more important for organizations looking to attract and retain the best talent,” according to Digiday’s Worklife Award website, “But for employers, culture is about more than just Bagel Fridays and beer in the office. The strongest cultures are built on values that run deep throughout the organization. The Digiday Worklife Awards recognize media and marketing’s top employers as well as the values and cultural initiatives that make them unique.”
“The Digiday Awards programs are dedicated to recognizing innovation, creativity and excellence in the fields of publishing, content marketing, advertising, advertising technology and video. The awards programs are considered to be one of the most influential in the industry.”
Revcontent develops innovative platforms that connect people with custom content that enables publishers and advertisers to engage and grow audiences, develop loyal customers and drive revenue.
For a full list of awards and finalists, visit the Digiday Worklife Award website at: https://digiday.com/event/the-worklife-awards/. The winners will be announced via Facebook Live on Oct. 16 at 2:30 p.m.