TechPoint is the growth accelerator for Indiana’s tech ecosystem.Proudly headquartered in Indianapolis, IN.
Cities and states need strong local tech ecosystems.
Tech companies are in a global battle to attract talent. Start-up and scale-up stage companies desperately need resources for growth. Other industries face intense pressure from digital transformation. Universities need connections to tech employers and job opportunities for students. Cities and states need all these entities to secure a prosperous future for their citizens.
We bring together Indiana’s tech companies, philanthropies, government, universities, and talent to create opportunity.
Nonprofit and industry-led, we want to change the world for the better, one great idea at a time. We’re making Indy’s tech ecosystem the strongest among mid-size cities and Indiana’s the strongest among Midwest states.
Attract highly-skilled talent.
Our programs connect talent with jobs, internships, and educational programs in tech to accelerate their growth and fill the increasing number of tech jobs in Indiana.
Advance high-potential companies.
We partner with smaller companies in scale-up stage and big companies undergoing digital transformation to connect them with talent, venture capital, customers, promotion, and the community.
Build an engaged, inspired, and informed community.
We connect people, celebrate successes, amplify stories, and nurture a culture of inclusiveness and support.
Deliver valuable intel and insights.
We conduct research and surface strategies that help better understand and strengthen the tech ecosystem.
With $7 billion in tech company acquisitions and IPOs, the most affordable housing market in the country, and a high production of software jobs, Indianapolis (and Indiana as a whole) is uniquely positioned to grow.
2020 was rough. But it wasn’t all bad.
You’re not alone if you’re breathing a sigh of relief that 2020 is in your rear-view mirror. Too many of us are mourning the loss of friends and family as a result of the pandemic and the effects of racial injustice. But there were bright spots in the 365 days that comprised 2020, too. Chief […]Read more
DB Services grew from accidental startup to premier custom software development company
Kevin Hammond, founder and CEO of DB Services, is an accidental entrepreneur. He graduated from Indiana University Kelley School of Business shortly after the dot com bubble burst in 2000, which forced him to make his own way in a tight job market through independent tech consulting. It’s been 17 years now, and tech consulting […]Read more
TechPoint adds ‘Pandemic Pivot of the Year’ category to 2021 Mira Awards
New category to recognize exceptional work during COVID-19 pandemic TechPoint is adding a new category to its annual Mira Awards. The “Pandemic Pivot of the Year” award recognizes exceptional efforts by tech companies in the face of a challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Entries for the awards are due by Jan. 22, 2021. […]Read more
Tech 25 winner Alex Correa leverages people-focused energy and technical understanding to build elegant curriculum technology
Alex is the Manager of Product and Technology for Codelicious. He combines a degree in Computer Science with innate people skills to lead a team in building the platform and technology supporting the creation of computer science curriculum. A Butler University graduate with infectious energy, Alex proudly calls Indianapolis home. Outside of the office, Alex […]Read more
How listening and empathy are fueling growth at software startup Authenticx
Sometimes the pent up demand for new tech is so great that it can rocket a market like customer experience management into double-digit compound annual growth. To be exact, customer experience related sales are projected to grow 11.8% over the next five years. But tucked into customer experience management’s impressive growth is a second story […]Read more
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