Bloomington Technology Partnership

 

Bloomington Technology Partnership

fostering growth in Bloomington’s tech sector

Jobs

Get a job in one of America’s “Top 50 adventure towns”

(National Geographic Adventure Magazine 2007)

Seeking a high-tech job in one of America’s best college cities?
Want to be a part of Bloomington’s nationally known emerging technology sector?
Want to join an innovative partnership to boost your high-tech business?
The Bloomington Technology Partnership makes it happen.
Learn how Bloomington’s thriving culture and the BTP can help you!

Bloomington, IN:

A Vibrant Tech Community

Top 25

“Best Cities for Entrepreneurs”

-Entrepreneur magazine, 2017

Bloomington is

%

below the national average for the cost of living

|

#2 in the nation among 124 small metros for high tech GDP concentration

Milken Institute, 2013

Tech sector employment has grown by over

%

News

IU to Use Data Science to Help Manage Disasters

Tuesday, November 19th 2019, 3:59 PM EST Updated:  Tuesday, November 19th 2019, 4:19 PM EST By Wes Mills, Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick (stock image by Pixabay/Mark David) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University is developing a laboratory to help first...

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Warrant Technologies Announce Thinker Labs

New Laboratory Connects Industry, Government and Academia for Scientific Achievement, and Technology Collaboration BLOOMINGTON, IN – Warrant Technologies, LLC, announced today the creation of an innovation lab in downtown Bloomington.   Thinker Labs, located in...

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Cornerstone Acquires Apexconnect Inc.

Platform, Cloud, Integration Endpoints and Data is the Future of an Intelligent Hybrid Environment Bloomington Indiana (June 26, 2019) – Cornerstone Information Systems Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of the business of Apexconnect Inc., a Washington DC...

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Partners

BTP is an initiative of the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC). The BEDC is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the retention, development, and attraction of quality jobs in Monroe County. The BEDC is funded through memberships and grants from private industry, the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana University, and Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington.