On May 22, The Wichita Eagle, kansas.com mentioned High Touch Technologies in their article “Free and almost free outdoor summer concerts.” High Touch and Fidelity Bank co-sponsor the Carnegie Concert Series at Heritage Square with the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum. “When September hits, it doesn’t mean that the summer is over – fall doesn’t begin… read more
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 »
On February 1, High Touch Technologies was mentioned in a
The Wichita Eagle featured High Touch Technologies and CEO Wayne Chambers in a recent article featuring High Touch as a company who still throws annual Holiday parties. Their research shows national trends of companies doing otherwise. The article is titled “Holiday office parties may be waning nationally, but not in Wichita” and it was written… read more
Today, the Wichita Eagle wrote an article mentioning CEO Wayne Chambers. The article is titled “Parking garage key to downtown-area rebirth” and written by Dan Voorhis. An excerpt is below. CEO Wayne Chambers, Photo credit Fernando Salazar, The Wichita Eagle. …CEO of High Touch Wayne Chambers and his company will greatly benefit from having the… read more
On May 27 at the White House Science Fair in Washington D.C., winners of a national competition to encourage mentoring programs were announced. Wichita is one of seven winners and High Touch Technologies is a member of the STEMpact2020 coalition. The competition was in response to President Obama’s call to action to get more girls… Read more »
High Touch Technologies is sponsoring Together Wichita 2014 and our CIO Kevin Colborn is serving on the board for the initiative. Together Wichita 2014 was formed to bring together 22 area businesses to organize and fund several projects. All will be aimed at celebrating our city, and serving the people who call Wichita “home.” Join… Read more »
On Tuesday, November 11 the Wichita City Council approved an industrial revenue bond issue for High Touch Technologies related to the purchase of the building they are located in downtown Wichita. The Wichita Business Journal wrote an article, “Wichita City Council to consider IRBs for High Touch”.