Talent News

National rankings highlight Indy job growth, affordable cost of living, and unique culture

Indianapolis is moving out of the shadows. The midwestern city can no longer be called a “best kept secret.” Top-tier national media outlets have been praising and recognizing Indianapolis for its’ unbeatable atmosphere, job growth and affordability. We have plenty more than just the cornfields and interstates that earned us the “Crossroads of America” moniker that

From Impulse and Internship to Choosing Indy

An impulse college choice and a chance internship with an alternative weekly newspaper have earned Indianapolis’ workforce two more creative class millennials in Liz and Mitch Greene! Since young professionals choose where they want to live first and then consider career options, strong industry communities — like Indy’s tech scene — and gripping cultural amenities

Celebrating Indiana’s top performing chief technology officers

Chief technology officers are instrumental in helping companies, not-for-profits and government organizations of all sizes overcome challenges and thrive. Indiana’s top performing CTOs are not only leading their organizations to greatness, but innovating and executing visionary plans to ensure future success. This August, IBJ and TechPoint hosted the first-ever CTO of the Year awards breakfast

Gen Con could spur growth for local businesses

WISH-TV’s Eric Halvorson reported on TechPoint’s League of Extraordinary Programmers event on Friday evening at the height of Gen Con, the original, longest-running, best-attended, gaming convention in the world! Gen Con attendees are also some of the world’s top tech talent, so TechPoint took the chance while they were in town to introduce them to Indy’s

Turnover Begets Turnover: Nip It in the Bud!

It’s a fact: hiring and retaining software developers is going to be an increasing priority for your company in 2015. The talent competition is heating up as new companies move into central Indiana. Just last week, marketing intelligence startup DemandJump chose central Indiana over Austin and San Francisco to invest more than $1.2 million and add more