Your 2021 membership code is 2021CONNECTED
Use this code for any of the initiatives below that require a code, or to receive member discounts at our events. To schedule your 2021 onboarding session, please email Member Services Manager, Karen Popp: email@example.com.
To get a head-start, or provide supplemental information, please chat with our bot below.
If you need general answers, please continue scrolling to access our FAQ.
Need to just add a member to your corporate membership?
Send names, email addresses and titles to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tell the technology story of Tampa Bay
How to be included at https://tampabay.tech
We pull feeds from select partners, where we’ve been able to find them. If you believe your blog or news feed would be relevant to our audience, please reach out directly to our team at email@example.com. Your posts will be shared on our site(s) and in our feed, social and emails.
We incorporate coverage from the following media outlets in our feed, social and emails. Please click the links to find each organization’s journalists.
Bay News 9: http://www.baynews9.com/content/news/baynews9/news/about/bios.html
Business Observer: https://www.businessobserverfl.com/contact-us
Tampa Bay Times: http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/
To add your videos to our Radically Connected YouTube channel, please send a link to the video directly to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may, from time-to-time, include your videos in our other marketing initiatives (with your permission, of course).
Events, Workshops & Webinars
To add your events to our calendar at https://www.meetup.com/Tampa-Bay-Tech/, send the details directly to our team at email@example.com. If you’re sending us an image, please keep it to 500px wide. Your posts will be shared through our Meetup and in our emails (as available).
Attract, retain, develop top technology talent
How to post a position at https://tampabaytechjobs.com
Visit https://tampabaytechjobs.com/post/ and complete the required form. Add your membership code in the final form field to post for free as part of your membership. Jobs post immediately and will remain live for three weeks.
How can our recruiters get involved with RNG Tampa Bay, and learn more about your hiring initiatives?
Tampa Bay Tech has a strategic partnership in place with RNG Tampa Bay, our region’s largest, in-house only, corporate recruiters group. Membership is free and meetings are monthly.
If you are interested in learning more or joining, please reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can Tampa Bay Tech assist with our company’s layoffs?
If you are planning layoffs, please reach out to our team at email@example.com.
Within 24 hours, we will confidentially provide a custom document to include in your separation packages. This document will contain a unique link for your alumni team members including a form to share their resumes with our team, board and RNG Tampa Bay.
Build connections within technology community
Executive Leadership Council
The Executive Leadership Council is a monthly meeting of the region’s executive IT leaders. This council provides a forum for open, confidential discussion, idea exchange, the sharing of best practices, and prominent speakers delivering content on topics curated by the members of the group.
The Council is a place where in-depth conversations can take place and valuable relationships built through targeted, professional development sessions, as well as casual, social events throughout the year. Your company must be a member of Tampa Bay Tech, and participation in the Council is by invite only*.
Criteria for attendance:
- You are the CIO, CTO, CDO or CISO of your company’s information technology operations.
- Your company is a member or partner of Tampa Bay Tech
- Your company is headquartered in the Tampa Bay region. (If your company is headquartered elsewhere, then your company’s information technology infrastructure is located in our region.)
*You can apply for an invitation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tampa Bay Tech’s Software CEOs comprises the area’s premier businesses, executives, and entrepreneurs of Tampa Bay’s technology community. Their mission is to create the largest communal ecosystem for tech startups in the state of Florida, and put Tampa Bay on the map as a beacon for innovation and success, to foster talent and fuel growth.
More information can be found here: https://www.tampasoftwareceos.com/
Emerging Tech Leaders
This is a group of professionals building careers in the technology field, driving industry innovation and economic development for the tech community.
More information can be found here: https://etltampabay.com/
How else can our senior tech leadership engage?
Opportunities exist to join our board, help recruit companies and talent to our region, fold your teams into STEM initiatives, mentor and partner with startups, and help increase the level of diversity in our teams. For more details, please reach out to our team at email@example.com.
We are so pleased to have formalized our partnership with Think Big for Kids in 2020, here’s how our members can become more involved in helping underprivileged kids and shaping our workforce in years ahead.
As a reminder, here are several ways you can get involved and learn more about Think Big for Kids:
- Become a mentor – – the Think Big mentorship program is key to the success of kids staying on track towards their career path. Think Big has a goal to reach 2,000 kids by 2022 to prepare them for the workforce and job readiness. The requirement is to spend at least a one hour visit per month with your mentee, at the Boys & Girls Club, for a commitment of one year.
- Become a donor – – Think Big is offering a matching program, up to $50,000, to all Tampa Bay Tech members who make a donation to the organization. Monies donated will be used towards expanding career exploration programs, reaching more kids and supporting scholarships. You can easily make your contribution online directly through the Think Big website donation platform.
- Become a volunteer and/or partner organization – – Think Big is seeking professionals and companies to participate in skill building workshops, career showcases and serve on various programming committees. You can make a difference.
We encourage you to visit www.thinkbigforkids.org and learn more about the mission of the organization. If you are interested in any of the above, please contact Amy Alley, Executive Director of Think Big for Kids, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks in advance for your consideration in helping Tampa Bay Tech’s charitable partner!