Chicago Partners with Israel’s Peres Center for Peace and Innovation
The international partnership will help to foster collaboration
On Monday, April 15, World Business Chicago joined Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chemi Peres, Chairman of the Peres Center for Peace as they signed an international agreement of partnership and collaboration.
The memorandum of cooperation will foster collaboration between the city of Chicago and the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation in areas including technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Additionally, the agreement focuses on technology innovation, community development, and knowledge sharing.
World Business Chicago will work with the City of Chicago and the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation to develop stronger ties. It will also assist in connecting the talents of business, academic, civic and government leaders in the coming months.
This partnership proves Chicago is a nexus of innovation and a leading destination for international business and investment.
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