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Angie’s List helps consumers do business with top-rated providers of hundreds of local services, from home improvement to health care.

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Headquartered in Indianapolis, Angie’s List helps facilitate happy transactions between more than 3 million consumers and its collection of highly rated service providers in 720 categories of service, ranging from home improvement to health care. Founded in 1995, and built on a foundation of authentic reviews of local service, Angie’s List also connects consumers directly to its online marketplace of offers from top-rated providers, and provides unique tools and support designed to improve the local service experience.

FOUNDED: 1995
EMPLOYEES: 1001-5000
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  • Marketing Technology Excellence & Innovation Award (2013 )
WEBSITE http://www.angieslist.com/
PHONE (866) 944-5478
ADDRESS 1030 E Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 GET DIRECTIONS

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TechPoint Mira Awards Honor ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’

MOBI, ClusterTruck, ClearObject, DoubleMap, One Click, DemandJump, Fizziology and Arrhythmotech Among Top Honorees TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, honored the successes and innovation of Indiana companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and other leaders at The Westin Indianapolis during the 18th annual Mira Awards gala presented by Angie’s List, Genesys, and Salesforce. A total of

Angie Hicks Receives Trailblazer in Technology Mira Award

Angie Hicks, co-founder and CMO of Angie’s List, received the Investor of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. The Trailblazer Award recognizes visionaries whose contributions have had lasting and significant impact on our technology ecosystem and our state. “Angie’s personal story of taking a big

Mira to Honor ‘Trailblazer’ Hicks

TechPoint has named Indianapolis-based Angie’s List (NYSE: ANGI) co-founder Angie Hicks the winner of its annual Trailblazer Award. The state’s tech initiative will honor Hicks during the 18th annual Mira Awards this month in Indianapolis. TechPoint Chief Executive Officer Mike Langellier says Hicks’ story of taking a big risk serves as “an inspiration to a

Angie’s List Co-Founder Talks Diversity and Building Tech Ecosystems

It’s a bit ironic that Angie Hicks, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Indianapolis-based Angie’s List, didn’t originally plan to be an entrepreneur. Before she helped found the business-listings  company 22 years ago, she was an intern at a venture capital firm with plans of becoming a consultant because, she says, that’s what economics majors

Angie’s List Co-founder Angie Hicks to Receive Trailblazer Award

TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, will recognize Angie’s List Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer Angie Hicks with the Trailblazer Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards Gala on April 29, at The Westin Indianapolis. The Mira Awards recognize and celebrate the best of tech in Indiana each year, including people, products and

Sales Bootcamp prepares new class for fast-growing tech careers

The second 6-week Sales Bootcamp just wrapped up operations at the end of March, which means area tech companies now have a great group of talented, up-and-coming new sales professionals who are generating leads, bringing in revenue, and growing our tech ecosystem. TechPoint launched the inaugural Sales Bootcamp in June 2016 with 17 new grads and

Indy ranked fourth best city for women in tech, gender pay gap skews in favor of women

Silicon Valley tech companies are struggling to recruit and retain women, but the Circle City isn’t having a problem. According to a recent study released by Smartasset, Indianapolis is ranked as the fourth best city in the nation for women in technology. Read full story here.

Female founders still face discrimination, but these women flipped the script

Fundraising in a venture capital world dominated by middle-aged white men can be difficult for women, but some are finding ways around biases to get their tech companies funded. The event featured dozens of speakers sharing stories and advice with an audience that was diverse in ethnicity and age. Those included keynoter Angie Hicks, cofounder of

Encouraging Women in STEM: Azerbaijan tech leaders visit Angie’s List

It is well understood that STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – fields are becoming increasingly important for driving the future of international economies, but how are our international counterparts tackling the same gender and diversity issues that we face in the U.S. and Indiana when it comes to filling the talent pipeline? Five female tech

Indy tech leaders make splash at South by Southwest

Several local companies and people presented at South by Southwest in Texas this week, sharing their Hoosier experiences and products to a variety of audiences at the world-renowned tech and arts confab. Attorneys at Indianapolis-based law firm Barnes & Thornburg hosted a panel discussion—their third at the event in four years—and had Angie’s List Senior

TechConnect Bringing Teachers, Tech Leaders Together

An event being held this afternoon at Pike High School in Indianapolis aims to connect teachers with tech leaders from central Indiana to help identify a broad range of tech opportunities for students. Diana Nolting with Indianapolis-based Bluelock says the Pike Teacher TechConnect event will help teachers stay up to speed with what’s going on

Nominees Announced for 18th Annual TechPoint Mira Awards

Honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’ From 180 applications, independent judging panels selected 90 companies, schools, organizations and individuals to advance as Mira Award Nominees Winners will be announced during a black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, April 29, at The Westin Indianapolis TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, has announced the

Angie’s List boasts 5 million members, growth

Indianapolis-based Angie’s List ended 2016 with more than 5 million members, the company announced in a press release today. This is a membership gain of more than 50 percent from one year ago. Angie’s List is a website that helps consumers find qualified professionals to complete home improvement projects. It was founded in 1995 by William

10 Most Viewed Stories of 2016

Each week, TechPoint shares news and stories that highlight Indiana tech companies and the people who start, build and support them. In 2016, we shared 229 local and national media stories to our Latest in Tech feed and published 196 original stories to our website, proving that our community is innovating, developing and building a lot worth

How I Built This: Angie Hicks, Angie’s List

In 1996, Angie Hicks spent hours reading contractor reviews to members over the phone. Today, the online review and referral service, Angie’s List, is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Listen to the podcast here.

Hoosier Tech Companies Make ‘Fast 500’ List

Three central Indiana tech companies have been included on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list, which ranks the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies. Each company was ranked based on fiscal year revenue growth from 2012 to 2015. Fishers-based CloudOne ranked the highest among Hoosier companies at 190. Chief Executive Officer

Initiative to cultivate tech workers will place school teachers at tech firms

Metro tech leaders on Thursday will launch a program to embed teachers for a day at local tech companies. It’s intended to give teachers a better idea what skills are relevant and what career opportunities exist for their students in the tech sphere. For tech companies, it’s an opportunity to cultivate talent to fill an

Teacher TechConnect helps students prepare for high tech jobs

Many of us can recall a teacher that impacted our career path through encouragement, recognizing aptitudes and supporting our goals and dreams. Today’s teachers can help their students create more successful career paths due to the vast opportunities available, but keeping up with the current and future opportunities – especially in technology – can be

Paula Romero chooses Indy Tech Fellowship to launch career

Paula Romero’s career path to the Indy Tech Fellowship has been nothing if not eventful. Paula was born in Maracay, Venezuela and moved to A Estrada, Spain when she was 11. At 16, she came to Indiana as a foreign exchange student, and at 18, she moved to Indiana for college. Beginning her college career

Are Women Getting Tech Respect?

As Indiana’s technology scene continues to gain momentum, some suggest the spotlight has largely been left off of prominent women leaders. Angie’s List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) Senior Vice President of Technology Robin Fleming and Central Indiana Workforce Development Initiative Vice President of Talent Sally Reasoner say they are working to change that. Fleming says mentoring

VIDEO: Are Women Getting Tech Respect?

Robin Fleming, senior vice president of technology, Angie’s List, and Sally Reasoner, vice president of talent, Central Indiana Workforce Development Initiative (formerly with TechPoint), were guests on Inside INdiana Business this weekend for an Inside Innovation segment with reporter Barbara Lewis on women in technology. The interview came on the heels of the Women &

Mentors see untapped potential for women in tech careers

Robin Fleming was good at science in high school and remembers when, during her junior year, her school introduced a computer science program. But in college, during the 1980s, the Arkansas native studied communications. “I was one of those young women who didn’t think I was good enough for technology,” Fleming recalled. “I didn’t think

Larry Balogh’s job search needed a one-two punch

When Larry Balogh relocated his family from Virginia to Indianapolis, it was at the request of his employer. He was confident it was the next step in his very successful sales career that had brought him to his current position as director of sales. Eight years later, in January 2014, corporate headquarters decided to close

IBJ and TechPoint Honor Top CTOs

Chief technology officers are instrumental in helping companies, not-for-profits and government organizations advance and innovate. IBJ and TechPoint’s second annual CTO of the Year program honors the men and women who develop the technology strategies and systems that power their enterprises, serve their customers and fuel growth. Go to Full Story

Chicago borrowed Delaney Kash, but her heart is home in Indy

South Bend born and raised, Delaney Kash left Indiana for college and new experiences, but she didn’t stay away for too long. She’s back in Indy and keeping busy with a never-do-the-same-thing-twice job at tech giant Angie’s List, co-chairing a company meetup group, and serving as a board member for a nonprofit. Like many of

League of Xtraordinary Programmers attracts out-of-town tech talent to Indy’s tech community

On August 5, over 200 talented techies attended TechPoint’s League of Xtraordinary Programmers event presented by NextGear Capital at The Crane Bay in downtown Indianapolis. It was a night filled with drones, games, 3D printers, and a focus on Indy as an emerging tech hub. Our League of Xtraordinary Programmers event is positioned to attract

Featured Company of the Week Q2 Recap

Q2 Recap: Catch up on ‘Featured Company of the Week’ stories

As the second quarter of 2016 comes to an end, we reflect on the Featured Company of the Week stories we’ve published and recap what’s happening in the tech community. These startups and scale-ups are rapidly emerging, innovation-driven companies that could be Indiana’s next big success stories. Angie’s List — a TechPoint Pillar Partner and recent presenting

Angie’s List just did something remarkable

Something remarkable is happening at Angie’s List. The team at Angie’s List announced that it would remove the paywall for home services provider reviews — data that was previously available only to paying members — and simultaneously replaced the company’s entire underlying technology platform. Why is this remarkable? That paywall was protecting $70 million dollars

Gen Con draws top tech talent to The Circle City

Forty-eight stories above downtown Indianapolis, held at the height of Gen Con, TechPoint seized on the opportunity to draw in some of the world’s top tech talent and introduce them to the Indy tech community. TechPoint’s League of Xtraordinary Programmers (LXP) event drew more than 200 tech builders and software developers from 21 states. Salesforce,

Xtern: The Ultimate Tech Internship Experience

2015: 108 students, 36 host companies, one awesome summer The TechPoint team, as part of its Talent Attraction & Development Initiative, has spent the last 16 months building “the ultimate tech summer internship experience”, called the Xtern program. Over two summer internship sessions the Xtern program has recruited, housed, and immersed in the city 158 students from 22

A journey across the country and back home to Indy

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Indianapolis consumer services company Angie’s List lately. Kalpesh (Kal) Unune came to Indy for the source of the buzz. As an internal consultant on the Angie’s List team, Kal works on business improvement via process, technology and people. The role at Angie’s List was a key factor in

Roger Deetz is in Indy for the job, but also friends and food

Originally from DeKalb County in northeastern Indiana, Roger Deetz is a software architect on the Angie’s List development team revolutionizing the way people hire service providers. All that data gathered over 20 years in the business is being turned into products, and Roger’s team is building them. After graduating from IU Bloomington, Roger moved to

Angie’s List is scaling up its software along with its workforce and campus

A capacity crowd of over 150 people filled the Tile Conference Center on the Indianapolis campus of Angie’s List to hear CTO Robert Wiseman discuss the new direction for Angie’s list as well as the supporting technology for the new SnapFix mobile app. Walking tours were also given of their campus that includes 23 separate

Angie’s List campus to be a destination

You know Angie’s List as a reviews service that captured millions of customers on the foundation of trustworthy data and those now famous commercials. What you don’t know is that the company is taking 20-years of reviews and turning them into user-friendly products that make it easier than ever to hire a local service provider.

Angie’s List Wins Marketing Technology Excellence & Innovation Award

INDIANAPOLIS (April 201, 2013) — Shelly Towns, marketing director at Angie’s List, accepts the Marketing Technology Excellence & Innovation Mira Award during the 14th annual TechPoint awards program at the JW Marriott. Marketing Technology Excellence & Innovation Award (Angie’s List): Indianapolis-based Angie’s List, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) was founded as a call center of one –