Ribbon Cutting For BlueSky's New HQ

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(Image courtesy of BlueSky Technology Partners) (Image courtesy of BlueSky Technology Partners)
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Noblesville-based BlueSky Technology Partners Inc. will mark the opening of its new headquarters Wednesday. The e-commerce and digital marketing consulting business broke ground on the $6 million facility in June of 2016 and is planning to add 20 employees. When the BlueSky Technology Partners currently employs 85 in the Hamilton County city.

Its previous headquarters location was in the Stony Creek Industrial Park in Noblesville. The new 42,000 square-foot facility, four-story building is in the Federal Hill District downtown.

When officials started construction, co-owner Eric Warne said "staying local and supporting local businesses played a key role in our decision to stay in Noblesville. The city has been good to us and for us, and we look forward to playing a part in propelling the city's growth and opportunities."

The city put together an incentive package worth $3.4 million to help retain the company. BlueSky Technology Partners also has a presence in Toronto. It was founded in 2006 and has been one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana since 2011.

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