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INDIANAPOLIS and ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — TrendyMinds, already the largest marketing agency in Indianapolis, has announced major growth this year. The full-service agency added more than 25 positions in 2021, with over a dozen open roles available, and expanded to the Tampa Bay area. They’re currently planning a remodel of their Indy headquarters, located at 531 E. Market Street and gearing up for future expansion.
TrendyMinds has made the Inc. 5000 four times. Among their clients are Lilly, Salesforce, Humana, Cummins, IU Health, and the Indiana Pacers. They specialize in film, marketing, and web solutions, with an emphasis in the technology and healthcare verticals. CEO Trevor Yager chose Tampa Bay for the expansion based on growing opportunities there in tech, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and life sciences. About a dozen team members currently live in Florida, and Yager splits his time between Indianapolis and St. Petersburg.
Since 2012, TrendyMinds has embraced a hybrid work model, welcoming remote team members across the country. While the company fully embraces remote work, they continue to invest in physical space for in-person client meetings, workshops, and other collaborations. As they update their downtown Indianapolis digs, they are also weighing options for a brick and mortar location in St. Petersburg.
Yager says, “Our aim as a company is to improve lives, both through our work on behalf of our esteemed clients, and in the communities where we do business. As we grow, we will continue to create jobs and opportunities while providing best-in-class services.”
TrendyMinds, Inc. is a full-service marketing agency in Indianapolis and Tampa Bay that uses boundary-pushing strategic and creative services to solve unique challenges for healthcare, pharma, technology, and other industries. Following our philosophy — Inspire curiosity. Improve lives. — we create meaningful work that helps people lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.