INVESTORS

Why are Investors Looking at Indiana?

In less than three years, Indiana tech companies have raised more than one billion dollars. See why venture firms are looking at Indiana.

Why Indiana? Why Now?

Whether you’re an investor or an early-stage startup, access to qualified talent and the cost of doing business can be the greatest obstacle for your continued growth.

With over $7 billion in acquisitions and IPOs, the most affordable housing market in the country, and a high production of tech-skilled workers, Indiana is positioned to help your organization grow.

At the forefront of this is TechPoint, a non-profit, connecting companies, capital, communities, schools, and talent to create growth for you.

Where TechPoint Helps:

Stay up to date on major raises and acquisitions in Indiana, along with TechPoint’s quarterly VC reports.

TechPoint’s full day event where investors meet with early stage companies seeking funding.

This year’s winner of the Mira Award for Investor of the Year.

Quarterly VC Reports + News

Stay up to date in the latest news in major raises and acquisitions, along with TechPoint’s quarterly VC reports.

2022 Q1 VC Report

A New Wave for Tech Growth in Indiana. 2022’s Q1 month-by-month listing of publicly shared investments, grants and acquisitions involving Indiana technology companies.
VC SPEED DATING

Where companies pitch investors and make deals.

TechPoint connected 39 venture capital and investment firms from 19 different states with our “Best of Tech” Mira Award winners and other select startups and scale-ups last year. This year, dozens of VCs and investable Indiana companies ranging from pre-revenue through Series A and above, can meet at our Spring virtual VC Speed Dating event and our Autumn in-person event.

INVESTOR oF THE YEAR

Sixty8 Capital Wins Investor of the Year

The massive majority of venture capital investment in the U.S. and Indiana has historically gone to White and male-led companies, which means companies led by Black, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Asian, Native American, Women, LGBTQIA+, and disabled founders often are underfunded and undercapitalized. General Partner Kelli Jones co-founded Sixty8 Capital to change things. The Indianapolis-based venture firm made history in 2021 as the first Black, woman-led fund in Indiana focused on investing in diverse founders. Sixty8 Capital is also training underrepresented people and undercapitalized entrepreneurs about scale-ups and investing, with a focus beyond the B2B SaaS specialty to reach sectors where Black and Latinx founders overperform.

Ready to Make a Game Plan for Indiana?

Connect with TechPoint’s Senior Relationship Manager, Roger Shuman to talk about opportunities for investors and early stage companies, including VC Speed Dating.