Register for the First Osaka – Chicago Summit!
Make Plans to Join us Virtually November 17 at 6:00 p.m. (CST)
Join the City of Chicago, the City of Osaka, the Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago, and World Business Chicago for the first Osaka-Chicago Innovation Summit on Tuesday, November 17th.
During this 90-minute Summit you will hear directly from leaders in Osaka and Chicago on the cutting edge innovations that are happening in Osaka and Chicago, the resources available to foster the next generation of innovation, the market opportunities for business growth and a profile of the companies that are leading the global innovation.
This virtual summit will showcase innovations that are being developed in Chicago and Osaka, profile the incubators nurturing new innovation, and feature a conversation with global innovation companies that are transforming the world by being based on out of Osaka and Chicago.
The summit is co-hosted in partnership with 1871, Chicago Sister Cities International, the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Osaka Innovation Hub.
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