Join Faces of 5G in the Windy City

Faces of 5G will be in Chicago on September 25 with local innovators for a conversation around the possibilities of 5G and how it could change the way we live and work.

More details are below.  Click here to join us.

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5G in the Windy City

“Fifth generation” wireless technology – or 5G – is poised to power a new age of innovation that will connect us in ways never imagined. Chicago, as one of the first test beds for 5G, is set to experience faster speeds, improved responsiveness, and greater network capacity. 5G will help enable solutions that are more efficient, more enhanced, and more inclusive, and we’re here to tell you what it means for Chicago.

Join Faces of 5G and other local innovators for conversation around the possibilities of 5G and how it could change the way we live and work.

When: Wednesday, September 25 from 6:00-8:00 pm CDT

Where: 1871’s 2.03 Classroom, 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza #1212, Chicago, IL

Featuring:

  • Matt Weinberg, Founder, Faces of 5G / Principal, Max Ventures
  • Brenna Berman, CEO and Executive Director, CityTech Collaborative
  • Rumi Morales, Partner, Outlier Ventures
  • Beau D’Arcy, President and Co-Founder, Breakwater Chicago

Refreshments will be offered during the event. Any government employees or officials attending should confirm that their acceptance complies with applicable government ethics rules.

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