Technology Innovation for Social Good
Hosted by the Chicagoland Chamber Technology Council
The power of technology often provides companies with a competitive advantage, an increase efficiency, and the ability to scale. Today, more companies are using innovative tech to give back, to improve people’s lives, and to contribute to social good. Both the direct and indirect benefits of this strategy have been proven successful for many Chicagoland businesses across industries.
Join the Chicagoland Chamber’s Technology Council on February 15 for a discussion on how innovative tech can be utilized for social good, including best practices, real-world examples, and a dive into the true benefits of adopting this approach. The event will be followed by a happy hour reception open to all attendees.
The Chamber’s Technology Council supports the Chicagoland business community by facilitating education, connections, and other actions that enable businesses to better leverage technology to achieve their business goals. Council programming focuses on the emerging technologies (big data, AI/machine learning, IoT, 5G, etc.) that are disrupting traditional industries and how companies can prepare for and implement them to deliver key business outcomes.
Deputy Mayor Samir Mayekar
City of Chicago
Head of Global Partnerships and Strategic Investments | Google
Manager, Technology Talent | CME Group
Executive Director & Founder | Code Your Dreams
Co-Founder & CEO | Tech Elevator
Alya Adamany Woods
VP of Business Development | Cooley, LLP
Chamber Tech Council Chair
Technology Council Sponsor
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