A Missoula technology company founded in 2016 is looking to add 25 more employees to its staff and launch a new investment round to position itself for additional growth in the global tourism industry.
TOMIS, based in Missoula, provides proprietary software and digital marketing assistance for tour operators throughout the world, ranging from fishing guides to wine tasting.
Evan Tipton, founder and CEO of TOMIS, said the marketing company for tour operators has a strong client base in Montana and has recently established a global footprint.
Missoula County this week approved the company’s application to the state’s Big Sky Economic Trust Fund job creation grant.
“We’ve been hiring at a good pace over the last six months,” Tipton said. “Given the position we’re in with revenue growth, I’m in the middle of an investment round to expedite that growth and hire the 25 positions we’re applying for.”
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Under the Big Sky grant, the jobs must pay at or above the county average wage, which is currently $22.83 an hour in Missoula County, according to the Missoula Economic Partnership.