ReEmployAbility, a leader in the Return-to-Work niche, is delighted to announce its recent recognition as a top women-led business in Tampa Bay. In the September 22nd edition of The Tampa Bay Business Journal, ReEmployAbility was named as one of the 90 largest women-owned businesses in the area. This ranking focused on businesses founded and run by women in the Tampa Bay Area (including Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota counties) and ranked by 2022 revenue.
The list included 90 companies, bringing in a revenue of $910 million to the Tampa Bay Area in 2022. Combined, these companies employ 2,919 individuals, making them an economic force for the community and strengthening the economic position of the area.
ReEmployAbility stands amongst other preeminent companies in the area, including PostcardMania, a marketing business, The Bernd Group, Inc., a supply chain management and sourcing company, and Gator Co. LLC., an accessories manufacturer. Other listed businesses come from multiple industries, including telecom, commercial real estate, and banking.
This year, ReEmployAbility stands 32 on the list, up from last year’s ranking of 36. This acknowledgment reinforces the company’s commitment to diversity, excellence, and leadership in Tampa Bay.
Debra Livingston, ReEmployAbility CEO and Founder expressed her gratitude for this recognition by stating, “I am honored to be named as one of Tampa Bay Business Journal’s top women-led businesses. At ReEmployAbility, we remain committed to maintaining the highest standards of excellence and leveraging that to make a difference in our community.”
ReEmployAbility has consistently demonstrated its commitment to diversity and inclusion, fostering an environment where women are encouraged to thrive and lead. This recognition serves as a powerful reminder of ReEmployAbility’s history of growth.
For more information, visit the list on The Tampa Bay Business Journal website.
Data for the list was provided to the Tampa Bay Business Journal through company representatives.