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Archery, tech company to expand, add 26 jobs

Waterloo-based Technology Solutions Inc. will invest nearly $2 million as it expands its operations with new equipment and renovations at the medical software and archery equipment business.

The plans were touted in a joint announcement Tuesday by the company and the Indiana Economic Development Corp., which offered Technology Solutions up to $125,000 in conditional tax credits and as much as $75,000 in training grants based on the company's job creation plans.

Officials at the 20,280 square-foot facility expect to hire 26 people by 2016. Technology Solutions, which presently has 16 full-time workers, intends to begin hiring social marketers, graphic designers, animators, programmers, sales representatives and warehouse workers in the coming months.

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