WBJ : “Wichita tech company aids network backup for businesses in Harvey’s path”

Today, the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) published an article featuring High Touch Technologies titled, “Wichita tech company aids network backup for businesses in Harvey’s path“. Our teams have been dedicated to aiding the hurricane relief efforts surrounding our offices and clients in Corpus Christi and San Antonio. That includes providing data backup, network support, and… read more

WBJ : “Technology company launches staffing division”

On Friday, May 12, the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) published the article “Technology company launches staffing division.” It featured Jennifer Hughes, High Touch Technologies director of human resources and talent acquisition who is heading the new division for job placement. “Placing technology jobs will be one component of the business…[it] will also assist companies from… read more

Tracy Lucas recognized in Business Journal “Women in Business”

Yesterday, High Touch Technologies’ Tracy Lucas was announced to be honored as a part of the Wichita Business Journal’s (WBJ) “Women in Business.” Lucas is the Executive Administrative Assistant to CEO Wayne Chambers and has been with High Touch for over 20 years. She is a graduate of Kansas State University and has been involved… Read more »

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Hughes named Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree

High Touch Technologies’ Director of Human Resources and Talent Acquisition Jennifer Hughes has been announced as one of the members of the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) 2017 40 Under 40 class. The WBJ has been presenting the 40 Under 40 awards since 1998 and 760 Wichitans have been recognized for their career achievements, contributions to… Read more »

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Business Journal “Best in Business” finalist

The Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) announced 16 companies that were chosen as the 2017 Best in Business finalists and High Touch Technologies was included. “The 2017 Best in Business Awards marks the 12th year for the event. In that time the Wichita Business Journal and the Best in Business sponsors have recognized 117 different companies…. Read more »

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WBJ : “…scholarship program fostering tech growth locally”

On December 7, the Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) wrote the article, “High Touch scholarship program fostering tech growth locally“. The article is based on the recent Butler Community College student Haleigh Wisdom who was awarded a $5,000 scholarship and internship after an application and interview process. Read the article Related story “Butler Scholarship Recipient Haleigh… read more

WBJ Leadership Mentoring

The Wichita Business Journal (WBJ) is hosting a Leadership Mentoring event on December 6. President/CEO of High Touch Technologies Wayne Chambers will be one of the mentors – as well as Dr. John Bardo of Wichita State University, Marilyn Pauly of Commerce Bank, John Allison of Wichita Public Schools, Mayor Jeff Longwell of the City… 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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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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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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