Brian Deming, co-founder and former president of Tampa technology company Tribridge, was named 2020 board chair for Tampa Bay Wave.
Deming succeeds Alex Sink, former Florida Chief Financial Officer, as board chair at Wave, a nonprofit that houses and services technology startups. Sink, a veteran banker who has successfully mentored several budding entrepreneurs to the executive level, will remain an active member of the Wave board.
Deming is a veteran tech entrepreneur with nearly 30 years of consulting and business leadership experience. At Tribridge, he had overall responsibility for the development and operations of the company’s consulting services, corporate growth and acquisition, and strategic direction. Under his leadership, through a combination of organic growth and acquisition, Tribridge grew from a startup to an internationally recognized consulting and solutions firm, posting a compound annual growth rate of nearly 50 percent before it was acquired in 2017 by DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), an IT services company.
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