Success breeds success, and the greater Indianapolis area has
experienced a great deal of success in 2013. In what is hopefully a
positive omen for the coming New Year, Interactive Intelligence has
received a Glassdoor Employee's Choice Award as one of the Best
The community is invited to join us at Tech Thursday this week
(December 12) featuring Thrive! Tech Thursday with
Thrivefeaturing Harold Apple, Jim Hill and Eric Thieme About
Thrive Thrive HDS, Inc., is a health information technology
company specializing in clinical data...
Indianapolis news outlets -- The Indianapolis Star, The
Indianapolis Business Journal and Inside Indiana Business,
including its Inside Edge Newsletter (lead story) so far -- are
covering today's unveiling of TechPoint's IndyX talent attraction
and retention initiative....
First-of-its-kind IndyX initiative to combat shortage of qualified workers for high-tech jobs. TechPoint unveils the pilot of a talent recruitment program called IndyX aimed at attracting and retaining skilled individuals by connecting them to the Indianapolis community and thousands of open jobs in area technology companies.
Forget connect rates and appointments per lead. If you really want
to know how your lead generation program is faring, look to these
early indicators that show if you’re on the right track. 1. “No
interest,” invalid and “not a fit” trends. Early in a lead
Successful startup communities have more to do with coffee shops and luck than they do with private or government programs or any other outside forces that may be wishing and willing entrepreneurship to flourish. Statements like that, of course, strike fear in the hearts of economic developers and organizers around the globe ...
A group of Hoosier entrepreneurs had the opportunity to learn from
a national expert in crowdfunding on November 4 during a seminar
with Amy Lesnick, director of social innovation for Indiegogo. The
San Francisco-headquartered company is the largest global
Indianapolis has been selected as a finalist in a
competition that would fund and provide resources to create a
powerful new mentoring program with the expressed purpose of
influencing student interest in STEM college and career pathways.
Great speakers @ALHIT_Indiana on how SaaS, big data and analytics
are re-shaping the cost of healthcare. Thx @TechPointInd
@icemillerLLP — Jim Bartek (@JimBTek) November 12, 2013 WOW!
@CurvoLabs has 64 hospitals and surgery centers under contract and
they have only existed...
Today at TechPoint's ALHIT Mini-Conference presented by Ice Miller,
Healthx Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder Win Norton shared
insights into where Healthx sees major opportunities in the health
IT sector. An interesting highlight from his presentation is that
Jason Tolliver, regional vice president for commercial real estate
firm Cassidy Turley, says he see signs that Indiana is becoming a
hub for e-commerce. Tolliver was a guest on the TV news program
Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick this weekend. Though the
Anchored by Indiana University, south-central Indiana’s Bloomington
has been recognized by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the top 50
“Hottest Small Cities for Entrepreneurs” and by the Miliken
Institute as #1 in the nation for high tech employment. The
Each stage of a company’s growth cycle (startup, high
growth, maturity) brings its unique challenges. How a company
responds to these challenges can often mean the difference between
success and failure. During the startup phase, it’s all about
survival and developing an...
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about technology start-ups, particularly the Web 2.0, new Internet
products and breaking tech news). The author, Alex Wilhelm, is a
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Permjot Valia is a British entrepreneur and angel investor described as "something of a rockstar in the international startup community." Next Friday, Permjot will join our own Indianapolis-based startup rockstars Chris Baggott and Kristian Andersen for a discussion on "The Chemistry of a Community Where Companies Grow."
Aaron Renn, an influential economic development thought leader and author of The Urbanophile (America's number one urban affairs blog), believes Indianapolis is on the right track with it's focus on marketing technology. He outlined benefits of the marketing tech strategy currently being pursued by tech executives and TechPoint.