Articles by: John McDonald

First 16 Tech Building Set to Open

(rendering courtesy of 16 Tech) INDIANAPOLIS – 16 Tech Community Corp. in Indianapolis will Tuesday cut the ribbon on the first building in its $500 million innovation district. Innovation Building 1 is a 120,000-square-foot facility will include, among other tenants, the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute with three floors of laboratory space. […]

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Indiana Chamber Announces Mentoring Partnership to Help Companies Skill Up Their Workforce, Engage With Employees

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is offering a new service to help Hoosier employers skill up their workforce and keep employees further engaged as remote work continues for many. The organization is partnering with Indiana-based Engage Mentoring to connect employees with mentors to help them grow their skills on a variety of topics. […]

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We need to turn around entrepreneurism in Indiana

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce released “Indiana Vision 2025” in 2012, born of a statewide task force of leaders, and recently updated it with a progress “report card.” Our numbers concerning entrepreneurism come directly from the Kauffman Foundation. The update is not good. As the report card notes, “The overall […]

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Pay Attention to 16 Tech

I just returned from a tour of 16 Tech near downtown Indianapolis, and I can tell you that this is a project that all of us should start paying a lot more attention to. Tracing its roots all the way back to 2011, the development is nestled into the corner […]

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Indiana’s future in delivery is delivering

This November, the Indiana Technology and Innovation Association released its 2020 legislative agenda. In it, the group detailed its support for widespread broadband access and smart technology products and services that would move the state and our cities toward “smart city” status. Increased broadband access in particular would help expand […]

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