MHUB Creates New Community Partnerships To Encourage Collaboration Within Chicago's Entrepreneurial
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Posted by: Sandy Thomas
mHUB, the physical product innovation center that's galvanizing the manufacturing ecosystem and creating the conditions for product innovation to thrive, today announced partnerships with some of Chicago's leading trade and entrepreneurship organizations. The new agreements are designed to foster greater inclusion, engagement, and collaboration within the region's innovation ecosystem by creating shared resource and networking opportunities. Participating partners include Bunker Labs, Catapult Chicago, Chicago Ideas, Illinois Technology Association (ITA), Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), Women's Business Development Center, Women in Manufacturing (Chicago Chapter), and Women Tech Founders. The new partners join existing community partners, MATTER, 2112, and The Polsky Center.
The partnerships give partner community members access to many of mHUB's resources, including classes and programming, mentorship and entrepreneurial training, labs and equipment, and event space. In turn, mHUB members benefit from a wide array of partner services and resources as well as complementary programming that is beneficial to the needs of mHUB's physical product entrepreneurs. The ultimate goal of these partnerships is to support sustainable new businesses within the Chicagoland region.
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