Peerfit executive among finalists for the annual TBBJ award recognizing local business leaders
TAMPA, Fla. (October 13, 2017) – Peerfit, a digital platform that makes it easy for insurance carriers, brokers and employers to offer fitness classes to their clients and employees, is delighted to announce co-founder and CEO, Ed Buckley III, PhD is among the 2017 Tampa Bay Business Journal Up & Comers Finalists.
An elite panel of judges reviewed more than 400 nomination packets and selected only 60 finalists and hall of famers based on leadership and achievements in each of the finalists professional careers.
“Being a young leader of a national company meant having to learn while on the job, which has been an amazing experience that I wouldn’t change for anything,” said Peerfit CEO, Ed Buckley, PhD. “It’s an honor to be in this vibrant Tampa community as we’ve grown Peerfit and I hope to be able to share my experience with other finalists and and other business leaders for years to come.”
Peerfit was first in their class for the Healthbox Accelerator in 2014, and has been growing and thriving in the Tampa Bay area and nationally ever since.
Tampa Bay Business Journal hosted a dinner to honor all of the Under 30 and Under 40 Up & Comers finalists on Thursday, October 12 at TPepin’s Hospitality Centre.
To learn more about Peerfit’s journey, visit Peerfit.com.
Peerfit is a digital platform that’s helping insurance carriers, brokers and employers redefine corporate wellness programs. Peerfit gives employees access to a network of premium fitness studios – offering a variety of classes that cater to all levels of fitness – using workplace wellness dollars. Companies only pay for employees who use Peerfit, which allows organizations to instantly upgrade their wellness programs without a premium price. For more information, visit Peerfit.com.
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