Governor Rick Scott Awards Tampa Businesses with Governor’s Business Ambassador Award
TAMPA, Fla. – (April 16, 2015) – Today, Governor Rick Scott recognized Charlotte Baker, CEO and founder of Digital Hands, with the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award. The Governor’s Business Ambassador Award is given to individuals and business in recognition of their efforts to create jobs and opportunities for Florida families.
Governor Scott said, “I am proud to award Digital Hands with the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award today in recognition of their work creating jobs in Florida. We are proud to be the home of companies like Digital Hands, whose excellent growth means more opportunities for our families. Since December 2010, Florida has added more than 807,000 private sector jobs, and we will keep working to make Florida the number one destination for business.”
Digital Hands serves public and private organizations by providing reliable and predictable IT Cyber Security and Network support, and was founded in Tampa in 2001 by Charlotte Baker. The company services clients in the airline, healthcare, hospitality, financial services, and manufacturing industries, and has been decorated with globally recognized awards. Digital Hands grew 278 percent since 2010 and is planning to grow another 200 percent in the next four years.
Charlotte Baker CEO of Digital Hands, said, “On behalf of everyone at Digital Hands, I am honored to accept the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award today. The success of Digital Hands would not be possible without all of our hardworking team members, and we are proud that our growth has resulted in the creation of more opportunities for Floridians. I am grateful to Governor Scott for this recognition, and look forward to seeing Digital Hands’ future success as a Florida headquartered company.”
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