Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2023.
We received a record number of nominations this year: nearly 100,000 local employees agreed to take part in rating their places of business.
Three years since COVID’s onslaught, scars linger. These businesses are pushing ahead.
Located near U.S. Central Command, the satellite imagery company analyzes the war in Ukraine and earthquakes in Turkey and Syria using aerial photographs.
The 71-year-old shopping center is set to have mixed-use housing and retail, one developer said.


  1. Blue Sky Communities and elected officials celebrate the groundbreaking of SkyWay Lofts, which was slated to have 65 apartments for low-income families, on Sept. 16, 2020.
  2. Susan Danielik, the Tampa Bay Lightning's director of training and experience, receives assistance from ThunderBug during a learn-to-skate session at Amalie Arena on Feb. 22. Skating classes are one of the many perks available to employees of the Tampa Bay Lightning, one of the Tampa Bay Times' Top Workplaces of 2022.
  3. Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2023.
  4. The Florida State Fair is an annual tradition that's been around for more than a century.
  5. Left to right: Willy Nunn, the CEO of Tampa's Homes by WestBay and Casa Fresca Homes; Thomas Feindt, the CEO of Tampa's Grow Financial Credit Union; and John Connolly, the CEO of St. Petersburg's NAC Group, were among the business leaders singled out for their leadership in the 2023 Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces survey.
  6. This is the 14th year the Tampa Bay Times has partnered with Energage, an employee survey company based in Exton, Pa., to celebrate exceptional workplaces.
  7. Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2023.
  8. The angry monster mascot at The Hoth, a SEO marketing company, Monday, March 13, 2023 in St. Petersburg.
  9. Sherri Tillman, an account manager, works at her desk at ReEmployAbility on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2023, in Brandon.
  10. She Bien, a legal assistant, enjoys a lunch break at Lykes Gaslight Park on Monday, August 1, 2022, in downtown Tampa. Bien said employees at her office returned to working five days at the office in March.
  11. Regardless of size, employers will likely curtail some freedoms workers gained during the pandemic.
  12. Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces 2023.
  13. Despite dealing with rapidly shifting economic conditions, these five real estate firms across the Tampa Bay area say their agents are prepared to weather the storm
  14. Geospatial analyst Sandy Cho, 26, works on a map of Turkey from the recent earthquake at Maxar’s Tampa office on Monday, February 20, 2023.
  15. Product Manager Trang Nguyen assembles and tests controllers at her work station inside of FACTS Engineering on Thursday, March 16, 2023 in New Port Richey.
  16. Fans tailgate and mingle ahead of a Bucs game against the Dallas Cowboys near Bucs Beach on Jan. 16 in Tampa.
  17. A site plan for the redeveloped Central Plaza in St. Petersburg. The new owners are a development group that includes Eastman Equity, Kettler and Blake Investment Partners.
  18. “People believe they’ve won the jackpot with the litigation lottery,” said Sen. Travis Hutson, R-Elkton, the sponsor of the Senate version of the bill. “We have a problem in Florida. Help me fix it.”
  19. Almir Becirovic is seen in his 2018 Honda Odyssey at his home in Wesley Chapel.
  20. Taylor Swift, shown performing during the opener of her Eras tour on March 17 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, will be in Tampa for three sold-out shows April 13, 14 and 15. Fans are advised to plan ahead for parking and traffic.
  21. Getty Images
  22. A boat navigates through Little McPherson Bayou near the Don Cesar hotel, background, off Pass-A-Grille on Nov 18, 2022, in Pinellas County.
  23. Experts predicted home sales to slow in 2023, but so far, many real estate markets are faring better than expected.
Today's Featured Advertisers
Follow trends affecting the local economy

Follow trends affecting the local economy

Subscribe to our free Business by the Bay newsletter

We’ll break down the latest business and consumer news and insights you need to know every Wednesday.

You’re all signed up!

Want more of our free, weekly newsletters in your inbox? Let’s get started.

Explore all your options