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New hc1.com chief revenue officer: ‘Indianapolis is the place for people who want to build something’

As the newly created chief revenue officer for Indianapolis-based hc1.com, Fairfield, Connecticut native Jeff Lautenbach is experiencing for the first time what it’s like to work for a company with fewer than 10,000 employees. He’s no stranger to building a business, though, and after several months immersed in hc1.com’s smaller startup environment, the smile on

18,000 reasons Indiana tech employers should pay attention to Microsoft layoffs

Last Thursday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that the Redmond, Washington-based “world’s largest software developer” will be laying off 18,000 people over the next six months — 12,500 from recently acquired Nokia. While no hospitable Hoosier would ever delight in someone losing his or her job, it’s prudent for every Indiana tech employer to recognize Microsoft’s

$1.3 Million Lilly Endowment Grant to Launch Techpoint’s Ultimate Tech Internship Experience

CICP Foundation has received a $1.3 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support the Xtern program at Techpoint, Indiana’s technology growth initiative. The program attracts top university talent and immerses them in a one-of-a-kind summer internship experience. TechPoint is using the grant to launch the Xtern program, which the nonprofit economic development organization promotes

Eli Lilly and Company Invests in Tech Growth Initiative

Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Mike Meadows Joins TechPoint Board of Directors  TechPoint, Indiana’s technology growth initiative, announced today that Eli Lilly and Company has invested in the nonprofit economic development organization, joining its Pillar Partner donors who contribute $25,000 or more annually. Lilly is one of the largest employers of highly skilled computer-related workers

Indy wins national competition and funding for STEM mentoring

CAPTION: President Obama speaks at the White House Science Fair where US2020 announced the seven winning cities of a national competition to create multi-year campaigns to boost STEM mentorship across the country. (Inset Photos: Laura Dodds, executive director, TechPoint Foundation for Youth met entrepreneur and US2020 champion Dean Kamen, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and