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  • September 16, 2022 11:08 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Indiana’s entrepreneurial community has high hopes that a new online tax-credit marketplace will help attract more out-of-state investment in Hoosier startups.

    Last month, the Indianapolis-based not-for-profit TechPoint launched the Indiana VCI Marketplace—a first-of-its-kind tool for connecting potential buyers and sellers of Indiana’s Venture Capital Investment tax credit.

    “That’s such a great opportunity. Out-of-state investors will be able to sell those tax credits to Hoosiers who have a tax liability,” said Jenny Massey, the Indianapolis-based national director of site selection and incentives for Chicago-based Sikich LLP.

    “I totally expect to see an increase in out-of-state venture capital activity in Indiana because of this.”

    The tax credit itself, which serves as an incentive to invest in Hoosier startups and small companies, has been around since 2003.

    But the Legislature tweaked the program. Since July 1, 2020, investors have had the ability to sell their VCI tax credits—making the program more appealing to out-of-state investors who don’t pay Indiana taxes.

    As an example: An out-of-state firm or individual invests $1 million in a Hoosier startup and receives a VCI tax credit worth 25% of that investment.

    The investor then sells that $250,000 tax credit for $200,000 to an Indiana taxpayer, who can use the credit to reduce his or her state tax liability.

    But until now, there hasn’t been a central marketplace to facilitate these transactions. So it hasn’t always been easy for out-of-state investors to monetize their VCI tax credits.

    The buying and selling of VCI tax credits has taken place mostly through informal channels and personal networks. Often, the burden of making those connections has fallen on the small business that received the investment.

    “Your ability to do that successfully is going to be dependent on how sophisticated you are and who you know,” said John McDonald, the managing entrepreneur at Indianapolis-based venture studio Next Studios.

    McDonald is also a board member at the Indiana Technology and Innovation Association, a tech-industry group that lobbied for the creation of a marketplace.

    Experienced and well-connected founders have so far had an advantage over greener entrepreneurs in brokering VCI tax-credit transactions, but the marketplace now helps level the playing field, McDonald said.

    How the marketplace works

    Potential VCI tax-credit buyers and sellers can signal their interest in deals by completing an online form at techpoint.org/vci-marketplace. (VCI tax credits must be worth at least $10,000 to be eligible for sale.)

    When a tax credit becomes available for sale, TechPoint sends an anonymized notice to potential buyers, who can then notify TechPoint of their interest in the deal. TechPoint initiates an email introduction between the seller and the highest bidder.

    Once the parties agree on a deal, they contact the Indiana Economic Development Corp.—which administers the VCI tax credit program—to complete paperwork with that agency.

    TechPoint has committed to making introductions within 10 days of receiving deal queries.

    The organization is not involved in setting the terms of deals and it does not charge any fees for handling the transaction.

    “Both the reach and the velocity should be very attractive compared to the old method,” said TechPoint CEO Ting Gootee, who came up with the idea for the marketplace. “A lot of people recognize the value and need for it.”

    TechPoint was the natural entity to run the marketplace for several reasons, Gootee said.

    The organization exists to support and grow Indiana’s tech sector, and it’s already plugged into a network of entrepreneurs and investors.

    “It makes sense for us to do it because we have the knowledge base, we have the investors … and we’re not looking to monetize this,” she said.

    Having a not-for-profit such as TechPoint run the marketplace makes a lot of sense, said Indianapolis attorney Jeff Kirk, a partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP who leads the firm’s venture capital group in Indiana.

    A for-profit operator would want to charge a transaction fee and do a certain volume of transactions in order to make money from the marketplace, Kirk said. “I’m excited that Ting and the rest of the TechPoint organization have decided to go down this path.”

    The marketplace launched with one potential seller and 20 others who signaled interest in either buying those tax credits or learning about future transactions, TechPoint said.

    The marketplace platform was built to be scalable, Gootee said, and it could handle up to thousands of potential buyers and sellers as interest and awareness grows.

    It’s also possible that the marketplace will become a searchable database at some point. Right now, it exists only as a portal for submitting information to TechPoint.

    “This is our initial product,” she said. “Based on market demand, we’ll keep an open mind to how this may evolve to the next phases.”

    Demand increasing

    VCI tax credit transfer activity is modest but has grown in the two years since state law began allowing such transactions.

    According to IEDC data, two VCI tax credit transfers took place from July to December in 2020. The following year, 19 such transactions took place. And 22 transactions have occurred through August this year.

    The VCI program has also seen substantial increases in out-of-state investment since 2020.

    From 2006 to 2019, IEDC data shows, about 5% of planned VCI investments, or $31.2 million, came from out-of-state investors. In 2020 and 2021, 22.5% of planned VCI investments, or $28.1 million, came from out-of-state investors.

    (The numbers reflect planned investments because they are based on proposals investors must submit to the IEDC before investments are made. Investors then have two years to make those investments and receive VCI tax credits.)

    “We are encouraged by the out-of-state investment interest we’ve seen already since 2020 with [the] addition of transferable tax credits, and we are hopeful that TechPoint’s new VCI Marketplace will lead to even better utilization of this offering,” IEDC Senior Vice President of Community Affairs Mark Wasky told IBJ via email.

    The IEDC said it hasn’t set any specific goals regarding growth of out-of-state participation in the VCI program.

    But the new marketplace is just one piece of a bigger picture when it comes to startup funding, Next Studios’ McDonald said.

    For one thing, state law limits the amount of VCI tax credits that can be granted in a single year. This year, the Legislature set the cap at $20 million, up from the $12.5 million cap that had been in place since 2005.

    That $12.5 million cap was reached in 2017 and 2019-2021. In 2018, 94.6% of available credits were awarded. This year, the state is on pace to hit the expanded cap, with 55.8% of available VCI tax credits awarded through Aug. 31.

    McDonald said his organization plans to lobby the General Assembly to raise the cap again next year.

    He said he has full confidence in TechPoint’s ability to publicize the marketplace. But he also noted that it will take time for the news to spread widely among out-of-state investors.

    “Right now, it’s an awareness issue,” McDonald said. “It’s new even here in Indiana, to people in the know.”

    Still, marketplace proponents are bullish on this new tool.

    Massey said the marketplace and the VCI tax credit in general help Indiana compete.

    She estimated that about half of U.S. states have some version of a VCI tax credit, though specifics vary from state to state.

    Indiana’s new VCI marketplace, she said, will only boost the state’s appeal. “I have zero doubt that this is going to be good for the economy in Indiana.”•

  • July 18, 2022 1:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Indianapolis, IN Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) Board Chair David Becker, Chairman and CEO of Fishers-based First Internet Bank, has been appointed to serve on the Next Level Indiana Fund Investment Board.

    The Next Level Indiana Fund was created by the Indiana Legislature in 2017 to make investments in Indiana venture capital funds and Indiana companies using $250 million of allocated state funding.

    Becker was appointed to the Next Level Indiana Fund Board by Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives Todd Huston, following a new law passed during the 2022 legislative session that added additional appointments to the Board.

    “The Next Level Indiana Fund is a critical economic development resource to attract more venture capital to Indiana, support the creation of new Indiana venture capital funds and accelerate growth of Indiana-based, innovation-driven companies,” Becker said. “I look forward to joining the Board and supporting the goals of the Fund to fuel Indiana’s tech and innovation industry.”

    During this year's legislative session, ITIA supported legislation to expand the Next Level Indiana Fund Investment Board by adding two voting members with direct experience and knowledge in venture capital investment appointed by the Speaker of the House and the Senate President Pro Tempore. These additional appointments became law as part of Senate Enrolled Act 361.

    Becker founded and serves as Chairman and CEO of First Internet Bancorp’s subsidiary, First Internet Bank, which opened for business in 1999 as an industry

    pioneer in the branchless delivery of banking services. He has a 40-year career of creating successful entrepreneurial companies in financial services technology (“fintech”) and software-as-a-service (“SaaS), having created and sold five Inc. 500 companies.

    Becker is also a founding member and the current Board Chair of the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA), the statewide group of technology and innovation-driven companies and partners that seeks to elevate the role the tech community plays in shaping Indiana public policy.

    “David Becker is a pioneer of Indiana’s technology industry with vast knowledge and experience in venture capital investing, both as a founder of multiple companies and as an investor,” said Jennifer Hallowell, ITIA Executive Director. David is supremely positioned to serve in this capacity and help guide Next Level Indiana Fund activity to generate the greatest impact for our state and Indiana’s tech industry.”

    Becker also serves on the Board of TechPoint, Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) and Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP).

    For more information about the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA), visit www.IndianaTechnology.org.

  • July 01, 2022 1:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Congratulations to ITIA Board Member Christopher Day on being named the new CEO of Elevate Ventures!

    Christopher Day is a founding Board Member of ITIA and most recently the co-founder and CEO of DemandJump, a leading artificial-intelligence-powered marketing strategy platform.

    A long-time, successful entrepreneur, Day has co-founded or launched eight businesses in industries including artificial intelligence, billing software, utility hardware, broadband, entertainment, investment banking and real estate. 

    He's been a passionate leader for ITIA and helped champion positive policy change to support and grow Indiana's technology and innovation industry, including expanding the Venture Capital Investment tax credit, establishing the Next Level Fund and exempting Software-as-a-Service from the state's sales tax. 

    We're thrilled that Christopher will be leading Elevate, and look forward to continuing to work together to grow Indiana's tech, innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem! 

    Read more about today's announcement.

  • April 29, 2022 11:33 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Eli Lilly and Co. CEO David Ricks made waves last week with his remarks that Indiana needs to improve on numerous metrics—education, health care, diversity, green energy and workforce development—to compete for jobs in the fast-growing technology, life sciences and engineering sectors.

    Local tech leaders say they have some concrete ideas about how to achieve some of these things.

    Ricks made his remarks April 20 at an Economic Club of Indiana luncheon. Then, during TechPoint’s Mira Awards gala on April 23, Angie’s List co-founder and long-time local tech leader Bill Oesterle referenced Ricks’ speech.

    Calling Ricks’ speech “courageous and objective,” Oesterle challenged his audience of more than 1,200 to do their part to tackle the concerns Ricks had highlighted.

    The Indiana Technology and Innovation Association, a lobbying group for the state’s tech industry, said attracting more venture capital is one way to bolster the state’s tech sector. To that end, it’s pushing for an expansion of existing state tax credits designed to spur investment.

    “I think that we need to immediately shift more funding into making capital formation happen,” said association board member and Launch Fishers founder John Wechsler.

    Wechsler pointed to Indiana’s existing venture capital investment tax credit program, which provides tax credits to those who provide debt or equity capital to Indiana companies. This year, up to $20 million worth of tax credits is available for investors.

    Wechsler said the VCI tax credit is a valuable program that should be expanded. Half of that $20 million has already been committed for the year, Wechsler said, which makes it “highly likely” that the program will run out of funding by year’s end. This is especially problematic, he said, because the end of the year is typically a busy time for investors as they seek to deploy investments and lock in year-end tax advantages.

    Megan Glover, who is also co-founder of Zionsville-based tech startup 120Water and an association board member, said availability of VCI tax credits can have a huge impact on how much—or whether—an investor is willing to put money into a company like 120Water.

    “I’ve had to postpone [funding] rounds because the VCI has expired or that the allotment for that year is over,” Glover said. “I’ve had people decrease their check size because of the amount that they will get in return. So it’s absolutely impactful for entrepreneurs.”

    Investment is tied to another issued that Ricks touched on in his April 20 speech—the need to improve workforce development and talent attraction in Indiana.

    Glover said potential investors always want to know about access to local talent—whether the company in which they might invest will be able to find enough qualified employees to execute on its growth plans.

    “We’re not going to have more investment here if we don’t have the talent to put to work,” Glover said.

    Read more.

  • April 20, 2022 2:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Terre Haute area entrepreneurs and business leaders discussed ways to grow Indiana’s tech ecosystem Tuesday.

    Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) and the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce held a lunch meeting in efforts to involve the community with the shaping policy to grow Indiana’s tech ecosystem.

    Attendees heard from association board members about efforts to bring the tech and innovation community together. They also educated leaders about the issues impacting the industry.

    ITIA Board Member Shelley Klingerman said Terre Haute is a great place to inform business leaders about what’s happening at the state level.

    “Terre Haute is a hub for entrepreneurs, tech companies, and startups,” Klingerman said. “It”s really important for those entrepreneurs to know what is going on at the state level and connect with other companies around the state.”

    Klingerman said most companies now a days are inevitably tech companies.

    “This conversation is going to affect you in some way shape or form in your business and it’s better to be at the table,” Kingerman said.

    For further information contact the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association or Launch Terre Haute.

    Read more https://www.mywabashvalley.com/news/local-news/terre-haute-business-leaders-discuss-indianas-tech-ecosystem/

  • April 17, 2022 2:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Terre Haute area entrepreneurs, startups and business leaders are invited to join the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association and the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce for a lunch meeting noon Tuesday at Launch Terre Haute located at 619 Cherry St.

    Participants will hear about how the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association and its members are working bring the technology and innovation community together, educate state leaders on the issues impacting the industry, and strengthen the business environment for technology and innovation-driven companies to start and grow in Indiana.

    “ITIA is working to expand access to venture capital, grow the tech talent pipeline and make Indiana a leader as we shift to a 21st century data-centric economy,” said ITIA Executive Director Jennifer Hallowell. “We’re excited to partner with the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, meet with leaders in Terre Haute to hear about the issues important to them, and work together to grow Indiana’s tech and innovation industry.”

    The event is free and lunch is included. To register, go to www.indianatechnology.org/event-4724528.

    Read more https://www.tribstar.com/news/local_news/terre-haute-leaders-entrepreneurs-invited-to-lunch-meeting/article_f7de803c-f502-5ff6-bd6b-6503603f8645.html

  • April 13, 2022 10:44 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Terre Haute, IN – Terre Haute area entrepreneurs, startups and business leaders are invited to join the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) and the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce for a lunch meeting on Tuesday, April 19th to learn how they can get involved in shaping policy to grow Indiana’s tech ecosystem.

    Attendees will hear from ITIA Board Members about how the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association and its members are working bring the technology and innovation community together, educate state leaders on the issues impacting the industry, and strengthen the business environment for technology and innovation-driven companies to start and grow in Indiana.  

    “ITIA is working to expand access to venture capital, grow the tech talent pipeline and make Indiana a leader as we shift to a 21stcentury data-centric economy,” said ITIA Executive Director Jennifer Hallowell. “We’re excited to partner with the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, meet with leaders in Terre Haute to hear about the issues important to them, and work together to grow Indiana’s tech and innovation industry.” 

    What: Meeting with Indiana Technology & Innovation Association and Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce to get involved in shaping policy to grow Indiana’s tech ecosystem

    When: Tuesday, April 19, 12-1pm 

    Where: Launch Terre Haute, 619 Cherry St, Terre Haute, IN 47807

    There is no cost to attend this event and lunch is included. To register, click here

    ITIA is the statewide group of technology-driven companies and partners who seek to elevate the role the tech community plays in shaping Indiana public policy. For more information about ITIA and membership, visit www.IndianaTechnology.org.

  • February 17, 2022 9:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) is celebrating Black History Month with the release of its latest Indiana Innovates episode, showcasing founders and entrepreneurs of color.

    The episode features interviews with the founders of Indianapolis-based Chuqlab, Carmel-based PEAKMind and the EXHALE App, as well as with the State of Indiana’s first-ever Chief Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Officer Karrah Herring on state initiatives to improve diversity and equity. 

    “Indiana’s tech and innovation industry is diverse and thriving,” said ITIA Executive Director and host of Indiana Innovates Jennifer Hallowell. “We’re excited to dedicate this month’s episode of Indiana Innovates to showcasing founders and entrepreneurs of color doing incredible work across our state.”


    This month’s episode of Indiana Innovates celebrating Black History Month features interviews with:

    • Cornelius George, Co-Founder and CEO of Indianapolis-based Chuqlab, on his crime fighting tool CrimeMiner 
    • Alicia Mckoy, Founder and CEO of Carmel-based PEAKMind, on her platform that's helping companies create a healthier work culture for employees 
    • Katara McCarty, President and CEO of Katecha Corp, on her celebrated EXHALE app, which is the first emotional well-being app designed specifically for Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color 
    • Karrah Herring, the State of Indiana's first-ever Chief Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Officer 

    The episode is co-hosted by Hallowell and ITIA Equity Committee Co-Chair Juliana Casavan, Operations Manager at MatchBOX Coworking Studio in Lafayette. 

    Indiana Innovates is a monthly web show to highlight Indiana’s growing tech industry, share tech-related news, feature innovative products and companies, and provide tech policy updates. The show, which launched in October 2021, is produced by Fishers-based digital marketing company MediaFuel. 

    To watch the Black History Month episode of Indiana Innovates as well as past episodes, visit www.IndianaInnovates.com.

  • November 17, 2021 8:53 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) today announced its 2022 policy priorities for the tech industry during its annual Legislative Update event co-hosted by TechPoint which brought together Indiana tech leaders and state legislators.

    ITIA is the statewide association representing Indiana’s technology-driven companies and partners.

    ITIA’s 2022 priorities focus on accelerating deployment of Indiana Next Level Fund dollars into Indiana-based funds and companies, attracting tech talent and remote workers to Indiana, improving statewide digital connectivity, and improving diversity and inclusion in state job training and workforce development programs.

    Technology is among Indiana’s fastest growing sectors, with more than 184,000 net tech jobs posted this year generating a $51 billion impact on our economy. With an average wage of $69,813, median tech wages in Indiana are 73% higher than the median state wage (CompTIA Cyberstates 2021).

    While the tech industry is poised for continued growth, Indiana ranks low in the amount of venture capital being deployed to Indiana companies and low for entrepreneurship, which are critical drivers for the industry. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce 2021 Report Card shows that while investment dollars to Indiana companies have increased in recent years, the state's ranking for venture capital activity declined from 30th to 36th compared to other states. Indiana also ranks 42nd out of 50 states for entrepreneurship, according to the Kauffman Entrepreneurial Index.

    “Indiana’s technology and innovation industry continues to demonstrate its growth, resilience and ability to transform our regional economies with high-skilled, high-wage jobs,” said David Becker, Chairman and CEO of First Internet Bank and ITIA Board Chair. “There is also an incredible amount of untapped potential in the industry which can be unlocked by injecting capital into the ecosystem to ensure Indiana entrepreneurs can access needed funding to start and grow their companies.”

    One of ITIA’s key priorities for 2022 is to accelerate deployment of Indiana Next Level Fund dollars, direct investment into Indiana-based funds and companies, and support the creation of new Indiana-based venture capital funds. The Indiana Next Level Fund was established by the Legislature in 2017 allocating $250M to make investments in Indiana venture funds and businesses.

    “We’re incredibly supportive of Indiana’s Next Level Fund and want to ensure those dollars are deployed as quickly as possible into Indiana-based funds and companies to make the most impact at a critical time in our economy,” Becker said. “We also want to achieve the goal of creating new venture capital funds in Indiana that can support ongoing entrepreneurial activity across the state.”

    ITIA is also advocating for incentives to attract high-value tech talent and remote workers to the state to help address talent needs for the industry. 

    According to a June 2021 Remote Worker Survey by Indiana-based MakeMyMove, more than thirty million workers are now permanently remote and nearly one third of these workers plan to move in the next 18 months.

    “There is a real opportunity to attract high-value tech talent to our state, particularly workers who are now remote and have greater mobility,” Becker said, “Indiana can capitalize on this opportunity and bring in talent to contribute to our economy and help expand our tech talent pipeline.”

    ITIA’s policy priorities encompass four key pillars to encourage growth in Indiana’s technology and innovation industry, and 2022 focus areas include:

    Expanding Access to Capital

    • ITIA supports policies to accelerate deployment of Next Level Fund dollars, direct investment into Indiana-based funds and companies, and support the creation of new Indiana-based venture capital funds.

    Developing and Attracting Tech Talent

    • ITIA supports state- and local-based incentives for attracting individuals to move to Indiana who can work remotely.
    • ITIA supports innovative ways to update the state’s economic development tools to assist in bringing high-value talent to Indiana, as well as ways to help communities finance talent attraction efforts that drive regional growth.
    • ITIA supports new incentives or adjusting Indiana’s existing incentives, such as the Skills Enhancement Fund (SEF) or EDGE tax credits, to include the creation of internship or apprenticeship programs that train tech talent and lead to employment.

    Improving Quality of Place

    • ITIA supports efforts to accelerate fiber deployment to improve connectivity across the State.
    • ITIA supports the continued expansion of high performing Certified Tech Parks (CTPs) by increasing the maximum allowable CTP capture per year from $100,000 to $500,000.

    Promoting Diversity, Inclusion and Equity

    • ITIA supports efforts to promote and market state job training and workforce programs, specifically in tech fields, to women, minorities and veterans.

    ITIA’s complete policy agenda can be found here.

    ITIA is the statewide association representing Indiana’s technology-driven companies and partners. For more information about ITIA and membership, visit www.IndianaTechnology.org.

  • October 20, 2021 9:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    • Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Technology & Innovation Association (ITIA) today launched a new monthly show Indiana Innovates to showcase Indiana’s growing tech industry, share tech-related news, feature innovative products and companies, and provide tech policy updates.

      Indiana Innovates is presented by Fishers-based digital marketing company MediaFuel utilizing its cutting-edge video production technology and virtual studio. 

      Indiana Innovates is hosted by ITIA Executive Director Jennifer Hallowell and a rotating co-host. The inaugural episode, released today, features John Wechsler, Founder and CEO of Launch Fishers and the Indiana IoT Lab, as co-host.


      “We’re excited to launch Indiana Innovates to help amplify the incredible momentum and growth occurring in Indiana’s technology and innovation industry,” Jennifer Hallowell said. “Indiana Innovates will feature innovative products, companies, ideas, entrepreneurs and events from across the state to tell our state’s tech story and showcase why Indiana is the best place to live and work in tech. It will also be an opportunity to share relevant policy updates impacting tech companies and tech talent.”

      The inaugural episode of Indiana Innovates features exclusive content and interviews with:

    • Gerry Dick, Co-Founder and President of Grow Indiana Media Ventures, on the recent acquisition of Inside INdiana Business by IBJ Media
    • Andy Lehman, Head of Accelerator Programming at The Mill, with a rundown on the finalists at the annual Crossroads Pitch Competition held in Bloomington on October 13th
    • Bill Soards, President of AT&T Indiana, on the upcoming AT&T 5G Sports Hack-a-thon being held at Butler University on October 22-24
    • Jeff Kivett, Founder & Visionary of MediaFuel, on its state-of-the-art video production technology and virtual studio 
    • Ting Gootee, Chief Investment Officer at Elevate Ventures, on the expansion of the state funding match for the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants 

    “Our first show includes an exclusive interview with Inside INdiana Business’ Gerry Dick who has pioneered media coverage of Indiana’s tech and innovation ecosystem since its inception, as well as segments highlighting entrepreneurial events across the state and a key policy change allowing for increased funding to Indiana startups,” said co-host John Wechsler. “It’s a fantastic first show, and we look forward to continuing to share innovative initiatives within Indiana’s tech community each month.” 

    To watch the inaugural episode of Indiana Innovates, visit www.IndianaInnovates.com. Each month, Indiana Innovates will be released on this website, sent as an exclusive to ITIA Members over email and shared on social media.   

    The Indiana Technology & Innovation Association is the statewide association representing technology-driven companies and partners collaborating to make sure Indiana is the best place to live and work in tech. 

    Membership to ITIA is open to all technology-driven companies and partners. For more information about ITIA and membership, visit www.IndianaTechnology.org.

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