ABG Capital

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Our Story

ABG Capital provides an environment where culture, expertise, and resources are integrated to stimulate growth within the organization. We are a second generation company run by brothers Jeff and Jason Tapolci and have been in business since 1992. Despite our corporate appearance, ABG Capital still remains a humble and passionate organization that wants to make a difference by giving back to the community in whatever ways they can. Become part of the ABG Capital family and join our efforts in making a difference.

Goals and Values

We’ve created a set of values that each employee lives by and we believe these values are what shape our company and enable us to help build up a stronger community. Our C.O.R.E. Values are:

  • Cultivate - encourage and support a healthy life balance
  • Overcome - combine passion and perseverance to achieve success
  • Respect - earn mutual trust and reliability
  • Evolve - embrace the ability to adapt and innovate

Causes

We at ABG Capital have a soft spot in our hearts for helping the less fortunate, especially when it comes to children with special needs. Our entire organization has been a part of the Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia for several years and we strive to raise enough funds to grant at least one additional wish than we did in the previous year. Aside from our employee initiatives that we have been doing in previous years, we are now reaching out to our centers of influence in hopes that we can recruit others in the community to help us generate even more funds to make a difference. Here are Causes we have supported in the past:

  • Alzheimer's Association Greater Pennsylvania Chapter
  • Tickets for Kids Charities
  • The Western Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • ​Familylinks
  • The Mel Blount Youth Home of Pennsylvania
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Education

At ABG Capital we strive to be a part of building the next generation of leaders, software developers, information technologists, marketers, and other specializations. Canon MacMillan Entrepreneurship and Marketing students, for example, visit our office twice a year to get exposure on being a leader and owner of a business. In a closed, informal town hall meeting with the students, the owners discuss the benefits and challenges of being business owners. Therefore, we offer programs to entice local high school students into studying those technical professions. If we can expose one or two students to these areas, it may lead them to interning for us during college. With training and hands-on experience, some of the students may even join our company upon graduation.

In addition, Sharon Kolesar, ABG Capital Human Resources Manager, volunteers to help Pittsburgh ITT Technical Institute students with their communication and interviewing skills. Sharon meets with the students, analyzes their resumes, and conducts mock interviews, which are set to prepare them for their post-graduation job search. Each interview is conducted as if it were the real deal. Typically lasting 30-40 mins, these interviews include a Q&A session at the end and an overall evaluation.

Outreach

At ABG Capital, we not only believe that we should raise funds for charitable causes but also spend time making our local community better. Our outreach efforts are engrained into our culture, therefore we participate in several volunteer events each year. Working as a team to do something good for others is a win-win for both our company and the charity. Our current outreach initiatives include:

  • National Cemetery of the Alleghenies
  • Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
  • Play it Forward

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8 Penn Center West, Suite 101, Pittsburgh, PA 15276


412-440-2001


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