Market Technologies Named a Best Place to Work By Tampa Bay Business Journal

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Market Technologies was named a winner as one of the Best Places to Work in Tampa Bay by the Tampa Bay Business Journal ‘ at each organization that was nominated in the state of Florida.

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Creator of VantagePoint Software provides successful work environment with many employee perks such as free breakfasts, 100% paid healthcare and professional development programs
WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla., May 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Market Technologies, the company behind world-renowned artificial intelligence trading software VantagePoint, today announced it has been recognized as a winner of the Best Places to Work award by The Tampa Bay Business Journal for 2018.
Market Technologies was named a winner as one of the Best Places to Work in Tampa Bay by the Tampa Bay Business Journal. The Best Places to Work award recognizes companies with the best morale, engagement and retention

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