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A Kauffman Foundation study last year found that the region lagged behind other parts of the country in relationships between scale-up tech firms and established Indiana companies that could use their products.
“Nobody’s really focused on this cadre of companies,” Mike Langellier, president and CEO of Tech Point, said of firms at the scale-up stage, those that have evolved beyond startups and have a critical mass of revenue.
Every day I receive several emails, “winks,” “yeses” and “likes” from men as close as my new hometown in Florida and as far away as the Czecho Republic and Greenland.
for clueless men and women who naively think they’re going to meet their Prince Charmings and Snow Whites in a Times Square hotel meeting room. I pictured a snaking line of dolled-up girls changing seats at a dinging bell in front of a small handful of awkward, overwhelmed men. In fact, speed dating may actually be NYC’s best-kept dating secret.
After I was sure enough that the people at the restaurant were there for speed dating, I rose from the bar, took a seat on the ladies’ side of the tables, and waited for my first prospective match made in heaven. Women sit on one side of the table while men rotate from seat to seat in front of them. After five minutes, the men move to the next seat, and so on.
After every “date,” you write down that person’s name on the card and rank them based on how likely you’d be to date them again.
Springbuk CEO Rod Reasen and account executive Lauren Howard meet with executives from Indiana companies during Tech Point's suite speed dating event last week at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis.
| Photo courtesy of Tech Point For all the success of Central Indiana’s tech industry, including billion in initial public offerings and acquisitions in the last decade, there’s at least one area where it still falls short.