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Staffing Agency Releases Mobile App

By DAVID AQUINO, Marketing Manager

A staffing agency in business for over 35 years is taking its greatest leap into the digital age with the release of its first ever mobile application on Friday, May 26.

Promotional poster for TPi Staffing mobile app

The TPi Staffing mobile app offers job seekers the ability to search and apply to hundreds of area jobs, enjoy amazing offers on goods and services and much more.

The app was developed in-house by TPi’s marketing team.

“This is a big day for us as a company,” said David Aquino, marketing manager and lead developer of the app. “We’ve spent about a year crafting a user experience we think everyone will enjoy.”

TPi has been demoing the app for the past month at local high schools and job fairs. The app contains an employment knowledge suite with interactive lessons on how to write a resume and cover letter, how to prepare for an interview and other helpful tips useful to job-seekers.

Business owners up and down the Connecticut River Valley have also had a chance to try out the app, and they’ve also become a part of it. There are over 100 shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and services featured inside the app’s PLAY section that’s full of savings and exclusive offers.

“While ‘There’s An App For That’ is an outdated saying, we realized there wasn’t an app that combined a tool for local job searching and discounts that anyone can use,” said Ben Drogue, marketing assistant and junior developer. “Now we can say there is an app for that and it’s all homemade.”

TPi has four office locations in Lebanon, Claremont, Brattleboro, Vt and is headquartered in Keene, NH. The agency services job-seekers and employers in multiple sectors and offers positions from entry level to executive.

The TPi Staffing mobile app is free and available on Google Play at, and App Store at, or by searching “TPi Staffing” from your mobile device’s app store.

This article originally appeared in the May 25, 2023 edition of Eagle Times.