Thank You For Being a Friend

May 06, 2021

This year is a significant milestone for Digital Lightbridge as we celebrate our 20th anniversary.

During a time of intense, personal prayer in late 2000, I received an incredibly clear vision to start a ‘ministry-business’ and call it Digital Lightbridge. God is light and He would be at the center of this new venture using digital technologies to bridge His love to those we would serve. In early 2001, I responded to the calling and opened a small office in Tampa. I didn’t know what a ‘ministry-business’ was, but on that first day, April 2, 2001, God brought us a Christian ministry to serve and our first client, JPMorgan Chase.

Over the past 20 years, the Digital Lightbridge team has had the incredible privilege to travel the world, develop world-class brands, and innovative marketing solutions for remarkable business leaders who work in exciting and diverse industries.

  

 

From day one, we knew that a distinct culture would be the secret sauce at Digital Lightbridge. Our core values of Christian Integrity, Excellence, Respect, Positive Attitude, Leadership, and Professionalism are our guiding principles that impact how we serve our clients, who works at the firm, and how we relate to each other. We have a team of highly-talented, full-time, creative, technical, and project management professionals. But we’re more than that; we’re parents, sons, daughters, friends, mentors, enthusiasts, and passionate community-leaders. And we believe that one of the greatest benefits of working hard is creating, long-term, mutually-benefical relationships that make a real difference.

So, we're here today because we are different. But we didn’t get here alone—we give thanks to every client, business leader, entrepreneur, and team member who has been part of this journey for over 20 years. You’ve supported us along the way, and we’re excited for what’s to come as we strive to inspire you and help you achieve your sales and communications goals.

 

Warmest regards & press on, Rich

 

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