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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Two employees chat in the office common area.
Direct-to-Consumer Vice President Michael Lewis explains why investing in employee development and company culture means a brighter future.
A desk in the TaxBit office looks out at the water in Seattle.
After expanding from 50 employees to more than 260 in four markets, leaders at TaxBit have recently rolled out five cultural principles developed by internal teams to forge a stronger culture.
The Seattle skyline at sunrise.
Discover how innovation at one of Seattle’s standout tech companies translates to an empowering company culture and major growth on the horizon.
A dog sits in an employee's lap at the Chewy office.
At online pet retailer Chewy, a hybrid work approach helps employees feel like there’s truly something for everyone to benefit from.
Two engineers work on a project in BRINC's office.
Out of a tragic event that hit close to home, BRINC is changing how first responders can better protect the public through two-way communication.
Business people walking up steps with an arrow at the end, climbing the career ladder
See what’s got the local tech scene paying attention to these five standout Seattle companies.
A team working together using the Agile approach.
While Agile might be a 21-year-old idea, its basic principles are still essential in helping two Seattle tech companies accomplish modern goals.
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From innovative projects to truly unique company cultures, these Seattle companies are flourishing alongside their employees.
A man works from home with his dog.
Tech leaders are finally letting go of the “return-to-office” discussion and preparing for a future that looks even more remote.
Seattle skyline at sunrise
Looking to embrace change at the start of a new year? These Seattle companies are making waves and growing strong.
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Got big career resolutions for 2022? Here’s how these Seattle tech companies are setting their teams up for success.
Mysterious hands predict the future around a glowing orb.
Leaders at Shelf Engine and DoubleDown Interactive discuss forging a collaborative culture in a remote world and what the future of work might look like in the new year.