Tracy Lucas selected for Leadership Wichita

Yesterday, the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce announced the 2016 Leadership Wichita class and our very own Tracy Lucas was selected. Lucas is the Senior Executive Assistant to Wayne Chambers, President/CEO; she’s been with High Touch for 20 years. Leadership Wichita is a training program and 31 Wichita-area citizens are selected to participate each year…. Read more »

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High Touch recognized for Enterprise Award

This morning the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) announced the “Day 3” Enterprise Award winners and High Touch Technologies was in the mix. It’s the first year of the WBJ’s Enterprise Awards and the organization states “There is a new spirit of entrepreneurship in Wichita these days.” The WBJ “supports that effort and wants to recognize… Read more »

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National Baseball Congress World Series 2016

It was a memorable year for the National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series. NBC is a client of High Touch Technologies as well as a current tenant in our Wichita building on the sixth floor. The excitement started with the announcement of former MLB all-stars filling a roster of a team to compete. The following… Read more »

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High Touch to acquire downtown Wichita’s Sterling Building

Wichita, KS – High Touch Technologies, an employee-owned company, will acquire downtown Wichita’s Sterling Building from attorney George Bruce. Located at the Northwest corner of William and Market, the building is immediately East of High Touch’s namesake building. The purchase of the two story building increases High Touch’s geographic footprint in Wichita by over 40,000… Read more »

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Josef Hamilton a Distinguished Young Professional Award recipient

On July 29, the Young Professionals of Wichita (YPW) announced Josef Hamilton of High Touch Technologies as a recipient of the Distinguished Young Professional Award. Hamilton is the Process Improvement Manager at High Touch and has been with the company for four years. This award is presented to two YPW members who have “reached personal… Read more »

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e2e Accelerator Opening Celebration

Late yesterday afternoon, the e2e Accelerator hosted an Opening Celebration on the first floor of the High Touch building in Downtown Wichita. The entrepreneurial program recently moved into the space. More information: “e2e Accelerator Resident in High Touch Building.” Through the event the program featured the first class of participants which were chosen from a… Read more »

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Chambers a member of Focus Foward panel

Shelly Prichard, President and CEO of WCF; Wayne Chambers; Jonathan George, Sheree Utash, Britten Kucklman. Photo courtesy of WCF. High Touch Technologies CEO and President Wayne Chambers was a member on a panel for “Focus Forward” by the Wichita Community Foundation (WCF) at Abode Venue. The event series had three time options for Wichitans to… Read more »

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Summer Interns 2016

We managed to gather our summer interns together in the Wichita office for a super exciting group photo. They were all thrilled! Pictured from left to right: Ahmed Alshamary is a Web Development Intern and is a student at Georgetown University. Bailey Larsen and Haleigh Wisdom are both Marketing Interns and students at Butler Community… Read more »

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e2e Accelerator Resident in High Touch Building

On Wednesday, June 29, the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) wrote an article about the e2e entrepreneurial program and how it is now a resident in the High Touch building in Downtown Wichita. e2e is a Wichita business accelerator focusing on activating, accelerating and mentoring local entrepreneurs – not restricted to startups, but for any scalable… Read more »

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SNT Media featured in POLITICO Media

On June 24, politico.com featured an article, “Welcome to the Tronc widgeteria” discussing the technologies used by SNT Media (Social Networking Technology) – which now occupies the fourth, fifth and tenth floors of the High Touch Technologies building in Wichita. The article, written by Ken Doctor begins with the following: “How much of the much-ballyhooed… Read more »

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