Tampa, FL – May 29, 2013 – Fintech is proud to announce its membership in the Tampa Bay Partnership, a non-profit economic development organization dedicated to helping boost innovation, education, and growth in the Tampa Bay area.
As a Market Maker, Fintech joins other community leaders like PNC and BB&T Banks, Coca Cola, the City of Saint Petersburg, Premier Beverage, and the Tampa Port Authority in supporting the Partnership’s efforts to stimulate and grow the local economy across a variety of industries.
Fintech, the leader in providing electronic data and payments for the alcohol industry, has always been a strong believer in giving back to the Tampa Bay community– through such sponsorships as the Fintech Business Plan Competition at the Entrepreneurial College of the University of South Florida and the Council for Educational Change, by membership on the Board of Directors of the Tampa Chamber of Commerce, and via participation of Fintech employees in various local not-for-profit organizations. Fintech is thrilled at the opportunity to combine their support of education and entrepreneurship with the Tampa Bay Partnership’s encouragement of new and expanding business opportunities.
“Fintech takes great pride in helping drive development and empower the future of the Tampa Bay community. In our minds, there is no better way to do so than with partnership – we look forward to a long and productive relationship with the Tampa Bay Partnership.” said Fintech CEO, Scott Riley.
Fintech, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Best Business of the Year winner located in Tampa, Florida, provides electronic data and payments to the alcohol industry, eliminating the need to pay alcohol purchases by cash, check, or money order. Fintech now serves over 250,000 relationships in all 50 states.
For more information on Fintech, go to www.fintech.net