About The Symphony Agency
Symphony is a marketing and communications firm. We partner with successful businesses to create communications, technology, and marketing solutions that make scaling easier, faster, and more efficient.
Years in Business
Years of Combined Experience
Partner Growth in 12 Months
2009: Our founder and CEO, Lauren Davenport, starts our firm in Nashville, Tennessee as a boutique social media agency.
2011: After researching opportunities for small business growth across the country, Lauren moves the agency to St. Petersburg, Florida and expands our services to become a full-service digital marketing provider.
2013: The Symphony Agency wins eHealthcare Leadership’s Best Healthcare Website Award.
2014: In an exciting growth year, the company wins another healthcare award from Horizon Interactive for digital marketing campaigns in Health/Human Services.
2015: Symphony acquires a local boutique development firm and hires its founder, Chris Jenkins, as their Chief Digital Officer.
2016: The company moves to a 7,000 sq. feet headquarters located in north St. Petersburg and is recognized as one of the largest ad agencies in Tampa Bay.
2018: Continuing to grow and expand, the organization expands its focus to support healthcare clients across the country.
2019: Symphony turned 10 years old!
2020: Symphony launches the Healthcare CEO Podcast and wins three eHealthcare Leadership Awards for Best Healthcare Content, Best Digital Marketing Campaign Content, and Best Digital Internal Communications Content.
2021: Symphony starts Caregiver Connect, a brand to address multi-channel healthcare marketing and recruitment needs.
Meet Our Team
Composed of marketing executives, consultants, and communications gurus, our team is the heart and soul behind every strategy and product we create. We thrive in fast-paced growth environments and are passionate about creating solutions that help our partners scale.
We Are Industry Experts
We believe in sharing our knowledge. Our team has been featured in several media outlets, doing just that.
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