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The Chicago Forum Meeting – Baseline Ecosystem Report and Local Tech Showcase
When9.6.2022 9:00AM - 11:00AM
The Chicago Forum will meet at the East Bank Club in Chicago the day ahead of the BuiltWorlds Americas Summit. During this meetup, attendees will be presented with the recent research report that identifies Chicago based emerging technology startups and mature technology companies within the AEC ecosystem. Additionally, attendees will be presented with trends about the Chicagoland market for startups and what types of project delivery and property technologies are emerging.
Following the presentation there will be a live “tech companies showcase” where Chicago area construction technology startups will pitch their solutions to attendees for the purpose of venture capital exposure, adoption of their solutions, pilot programs and connection with potential mentors.
This event is open to all construction, contech and venture capital professionals living in or visiting the Chicagoland area! If you are interested in presenting at the Showcase, apply here.
About the Forum
The Chicago Forum is a consortium of investors, technologists, and buildings and infrastructure industry leaders focused on bolstering the built-world ecosystem within the Chicago region. Focused on building Chicago’s stature as a top tier city for PropTech and BuiltTech, the Chicago Forum is aligned with other local initiatives such as P33 Chicago, which was founded by Penny Pritzker, Chris Gladwin, and Kelly Welsh, to build Chicago’s reputation as a tier-one tech hub.
The Forum is open to BuiltWorlds’ members as well as investors, tech adopters and tech solution providers in the construction industry. Those interested in joining the Chicago Forum should contact email@example.com for more details.
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