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Jeffrey C. Musgrove Jr. named TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award recipient

The TechPoint Foundation for Youth, a leader in technology education efforts for the state of Indiana since 2001, has named Jeffrey C. Musgrove Jr., digital development lead at Eli Lilly and Company, as the organization’s 2018 Bridge Builder Award recipient. The Bridge Builder Award recognizes visionary leaders who are helping underserved student populations in Indiana gain

Growth strategy starts with human resources

It’s Time To Change the Way Your Organization Leverages Human Resources Structural is an HR technology startup with offices in Indianapolis. Their products help companies get to know their people better and help employees develop deeper connections with their co-workers and company. Scott Burns, the company’s CEO & co-founder, shared with us more on how

VC Report: Q1 2018 investments in Indiana technology companies

During the first quarter of 2018, there were four publicly announced capital raises with a combined total of over $33 million. There were also six acquisitions of Indiana tech companies by out-of-state companies, while two Indiana tech companies played the role of acquirer. Below is a list of public investments and acquisitions involving Indiana technology

Why Lessonly is launching ‘Yellowship’ tech conference in Indianapolis

Indianapolis is a world-class event city. According to a study commissioned by Visit Indy, 28.6 million visitors came to Indianapolis in 2016, resulting in an economic impact of $5.2 billion. Of course, the city’s booming business of hosting conventions, trade shows, meetings and events is a key contributor to this economic windfall. While a number of

Matt Tait infuses tech into Indy’s fine dining with Plat

Born and raised in a family of entrepreneurs, Matt Tait seemed destined to follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. From lawyer to entrepreneur, Matt discovered that tech in Indiana was the best place for him to be, something he’s learning more about every day with his new venture, Plat. Learning the ropes

Robin Fleming’s new High Alpha venture is ‘hush-hush’ for now

Last month, High Alpha announced that Robin Fleming had joined the venture studio as an entrepreneur in residence and that she would be marshaling her 30 years of enterprise cloud technology experience — including recruiting top B2B SaaS talent — to develop a new company. Robin, who most recently served as senior vice president of