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VIDEO: Mira Awards Nominee Announcement Fills News Cycle & Social Media

On Tuesday, TechPoint released this year’s nominees for the 19th annual “Best of Tech in Indiana” Mira Awards. The state’s largest and longest-running technology awards program is one of the highlights of the year for high-performance companies, products and individuals in the tech community. A total of 205 applications were submitted, a new record, and

Nominees Announced for TechPoint Mira Awards Honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’

From a record-breaking 205 applications, independent judging panels selected more than 100 companies, organizations, and individuals to advance as Mira Award nominees Winners will be announced during a black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, April 28, at the JW Marriott — Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  (February 20, 2018) — TechPoint the growth initiative for Indiana’s technology

Mayor Hogsett takes the Indy Scale-up Tour

If you work for a tech company in Indy, you likely know about the issues and which ones are most important to you. For those who don’t work in tech, it can be challenging to understand what some tech companies actually do, let alone what their biggest business needs and challenges are. That’s why on

WANTED: Indy companies to hire software developers, tech-skilled talent

Are you a tech product, service or tech-enabled company in Indianapolis in need of hiring technical talent? TechPoint successfully recruited highly-skilled technical talent that wants to work in Indianapolis — but we need companies and hiring managers like yourself to hire them! We know finding qualified technical talent — software developers, designers, product managers — can

Indy Women in Tech Foundation Hires Executive Director

The Indy Women in Tech, Inc. (IWiT) Foundation is announcing today the hire of Jody Dedon as the Executive Director. Jody is joining IWiT to manage core aspects of the organization, including workforce development, mentorship, STEM education, and fundraising in support of Indiana’s state-wide robotics initiative, IWiT’s education and training scholarship program, Ignite Your Superpower!

Mateusz Kosciuk finds a new favorite city through the Indy Tech Fellowship

Born in Poland, Mateusz Kosciuk (pronounced Muh-TAY-oosh KOSH-chook) and his family moved to Chicago when he was three years old. Though he can still speak Polish, he was Americanized quickly, fitting into the fabric of urban life in Chicago. As he grew up, he discovered he enjoyed tinkering with his family’s computers and troubleshooting technology