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Tennessee to Indy and back again…and again

Kristy Rutherford followed Peyton Manning to Indianapolis. Well, sort of. Kristy went to undergrad at the University of Tennessee (at the same time as Peyton), where she received a degree in communication. She graduated and worked in PR in Knoxville. She also got married in Knoxville, to her husband Craig who she met while he

A very merry IndyXmas to you

Saturday night at DeveloperTown and Speak Easy, we welcomed almost 250 guests to the second-annual IndyXmas. IndyXmas is a party designed to showcase the Indy tech community for out-of-towners home for the holidays. It is also a celebration of the success and growth of Indy tech. Over the past five years, Indy tech companies like

Is Indianapolis America’s Most Surprising City?

It’s official! Indianapolis has been named “America’s Most Surprising City” by travel site Lonely Planet. Just days apart, the site also ranked Indianapolis sixth on its list of the top 10 American destinations primed for a visit in 2015. You can check out the Lonely Planet rankings here and here. It’s opportune timing for these lifestyle

Indy media buzzing about tech workforce report

Indy’s appetite for tech news is growing, and Indy media have served up some tasty tech news entrees over the past week! Inside Indiana Business, the Indianapolis Business Journal and WIBC-Radio all covered the release of TechPoint’s second Workforce Report, which highlights the tech skills that are most in demand among tech employers and the continuing

Over the river and through the woods…to IndyXmas!

The countdown to IndyXmas has officially begun. We’re 17 days out and the excitement is building quickly. There are already people from 14 different states registered to attend, but we still need more out-of-towners to join us! So here’s the big ask: who do you know who will be in Indy from out of town

Former Orr Fellow Teresa Becker is in Indy to stay

As one of 600 people in the tiny town in Iowa where she grew up, Teresa Becker knew she wanted to venture outside her small world when it came time to go to college. Ever since moving to Indiana for school, her small world quickly expanded. Over the past several years, Teresa held jobs with

Leaps of faith landed Jeff in Indy for the long haul

Jeff Ringgenberg believes in chasing after experiences and taking leaps of faith.  “Whether or not it’s the right leap, you’ll always get the exercise.” If you want to talk with a guy who has done it all, have a conversation with proud Midwesterner, Jeff Ringgenberg.  As the Director of Sales & Marketing at DeveloperTown, Jeff

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