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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Direct-to-Consumer Vice President Michael Lewis explains why investing in employee development and company culture means a brighter future.
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Employees at the point of sale software company are encouraged to pursue their passions.
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Teammates at Lob — affectionately known as “Lobsters” — unveil why intelligent direct mail should be a secret weapon in any marketer’s toolkit.
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Two San Francisco tech professionals share what they love about their employer.
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Though Covariant’s teams work with autonomous machines on a daily basis, employees are achieving innovation faster than ever thanks to a people-driven company culture.
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From fast-growing startups to established firms with hefty benefits, here’s a rundown of San Francisco’s most noteworthy people-first organizations to watch in the season ahead.
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Discover how innovation at six of San Francisco’s standout tech companies translates to empowering company cultures and big hiring pushes.
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By collaborating with intention, MURAL is working to build trust and belonging through a shared vision — for both themselves and their customers.
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In order for a product to successfully evolve and satisfy demand, it’s essential that sales teams have a seat at the table to deliver customer feedback to product teams.
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Every sales rep experiences a slump at one point or another. For experts at Crunchbase, bouncing back is about shifting your mindset.
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Though product and engineering teams might seem like they speak different languages, a sense of understanding and trust are helping both departments seamlessly reach their goals.
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As autonomy becomes increasingly important to employees in 2022, personal lives are no longer taking the back burner to only be experienced on weekend afternoons — it’s also allowing employees to build a shared trust more than ever.