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AOL Inc. Steve Case, Renowned Philanthropist and Entrepreneur arrives in Chicag

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Wynona Redmond
Wyn-Win Communications


Steve Case, Renowned Philanthropist and Entrepreneur arrives in Chicago to speak at the Chicago Leadership Luncheon hosted by Goodcity

Steve Case, AOL Inc. is the co-founder and author of The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future

WHAT:       World-renowned author and entrepreneur Steve Case speaks at Chicago Leadership Luncheon geared toward investing in Chicago-area female and minority entrepreneurs.

WHO:         Steve Case, Author, Entrepreneur, Chairman and CEO, Revolution LLC
                    Goodcity Chicago
                   INVEST Chicago                                                                                                   

WHEN:            Friday, September 16, 2016 at 11:30 a.m.

WHERE:          The Hyatt Regency Chicago
                        151 E. Upper Wacker Dr.
                        Chicago, IL

Steve Case is one of the world’s most accomplished entrepreneurs – a pioneer who made the Internet part of everyday life. He shares his vision of the future and draws on his decades of pioneering work as an entrepreneur and investor to explain how we are entering a new era, one that will upend major industries and create a renaissance of entrepreneurship: the “Third Wave” of the Internet.

The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future, by Author Steve Case will be available during the Chicago Leadership Luncheon.

For more information contact Wynona Redmond, President, Wyn-Win Communications at 708-769-1768.


A recent report from the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City shows that women-owned and minority-owned businesses face challenges raising capital. While women owned firms were more successful in raising equity than their counterparts, they received significantly smaller investments on average.  Conversely, minority owned firms were less successful in raising equity but received greater investments on average than their counterparts. A formal announcement of the INVEST Chicago initiative will be unveiled at the annual Chicago Leadership Luncheon. Source: Goodcity Chicago

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