TOMIS Holdings Inc. is one of two Missoula businesses awarded state grants to create 47 jobs
Two companies based in Missoula were awarded grants from the Montana Department of Commerce to create a combined 47 jobs that pay $22.83 an hour.
TOMIS Holdings Inc., founded by Evan Tipton in 2016 and the winner of the Montana Shark Tank pitch competition the following year, endured the pandemic and saw revenue grow 115% over 2019 figures.
On Tuesday, Missoula County approved a Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund grant in the amount of $125,000 to help the company create 25 jobs. Under the agreement, the jobs must be new and be positions the company has not filled before July.
TOMIS provides proprietary software and digital marketing assistance for tour operators, ranging from fishing guides to wine tasting. The software integrates and analyzes marketing and sales data – something that had been missing from the tourism industry.
Current Job Openings at TOMIS