Join Us For Chicago Tech Day on Thursday, December 3
Join the City of Chicago, World Business Chicago, and ChicagoNEXT — Thursday, December 3 at 10 a.m. (CST) for Chicago Tech Day!
Our annual event is intended to celebrate our city’s thriving tech and innovation community’s response to the challenges of 2020 and ways we all are contributing to Chicago’s economic recovery.
This year’s event is virtual, register below for your link. Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and other tech industry leaders will join us for a roundtable, sharing what helps our city known as.a leading global city for technology, innovation, startups, entrepreneurship, etc.
Guest speakers include:
- Mark Tebbe, Chair, ChicagoNEXT
- Andrea Zopp, President and CEO, World Business Chicago
- Betsy Ziegler, CEO, 1871
- Garry Cooper, CEO Rheaply
- Dhruv Saxena, CEO, ShipBob
- Nicole Walker, Partner, Baird Capital
- Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President & CEO, AnitaB.org
You don’t want to miss this premier tech community event! Click here for your complimentary registration.
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