Tablio has now been in business for two years. It started out in the living room of Devin Langer’s apartment and has recently moved to the biggest office the company has seen so far! We’ll be posting the blog about our big move in just a few weeks.
CEO, Devin Langer, had a dream of connecting local companies together so they could thrive. He thought up a plan and put it into action. Using touch screen tablets to connect local restaurants, customers, and business all in one place. The digital screen gives the local restaurants a modern way of entertaining their customers while also displaying advertisements of local businesses to get the word out.
These touch screens were displayed locally in the Pacific Northwest, where the company is located, but has since spread all of the United States and Canada. The company has grown tremendously over the past two years. Bringing in a higher rate of employment as well as a bigger base of clients. Each client is represented uniquely in their local area, bringing them a broader range of local customers.
“About two-thirds of business survive 2 years in business, half of all businesses will survive 5 years, and one-third will survive 10. The longer a company has been in business, the more likely it is to stay in business—it’s those first few years that are the hardest,” says Gretchen Schmid of Fundera.
We made it two years, and we’re determined to make it many more. With a strong company, client base, and belief that we can grow; Tablio is determined to reach the top. We know our products have the ability to bring together local businesses all over the country, and our customer service will help. We aim to provide the best service to each and every one of our customers while guaranteeing we’ll also do the best to get them a return on their investment.
We’re proud of the company we’ve grown to be over the past few years. And we know the next few years will only continue to bring more growth. We are Tablio. Believe in us to help your business grow to new heights. Join us in helping small businesses all over become bigger, better versions of themselves. Small business is what keeps us united.