Bloomington Technology Partnership

Bloomington Technology Partnership

fostering growth in Bloomington’s tech sector


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 50

“Hottest Small Cities for Entrepreneurs”

-Entrepreneur magazine

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



Recruit Global Entrepreneurs for Your Start-up

Link to the one pager: Global Entrepreneur One Pager AIESEC US Job Questionnaire: Global Entrepreneur Partner On Boarding Package Overview Our Global Entrepreneurs program offers start-ups with the opportunity to connect with high-potential talent. By providing your... read more

Useless Machine Series at Bloominglabs!

Turn on the Useless Machine and a finger reaches out and turns the machine back off. Pretty useless! Take the four workshops below to build your own. Workshops can be taken separately. Arduino (April 25) The Arduino is a popular, affordable, and accessible... read more


Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bloomington’s own hackerspace is open to the public every Wednesday from 7-9. Visit the space, make something, and bring anyone! More info on the Bloominglabs website:
Jun 2 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Weekly lunch event for tech community. No RSVP required! Meetup happens on Thursdays at 12:30, and anyone interested in the Bloomington tech and startup community is welcome to attend.
Jun 3 @ 3:30 pm – Jun 4 @ 5:30 pm
Youth Game Design Challenge Grades 5–12: Individual and Team Submissions Due August 15, 2016 Enter to win prizes and national recognition! Learn more at Game Design Workshop Level up from video game player to[...]
Microsoft SQL 2016 @ Microsoft Office
Jun 7 @ 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm
It’s time you got the inside scoop on how SQL Server 2016 can empower your organization to achieve more by discovering these new features: Experience how Always Encrypted technology protects your most valuable asset –[...]

learn to code

Bloomington Code School is a 3-month program designed to help Monroe County residents learn and develop computer coding skills. Participants use online tools that teach web and app development and design, and are supported with weekly group mentoring meetings led by a local tech professional.


BTP is an initiative of the BEDC in partnership with City of Bloomington and Innovate Indiana.