APRIL 2017 NEWSLETTER

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CHICAGO – BEST INCUBATOR IN AMERICA?

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Denny O’Malley

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CHICAGO TECH’S NEXT CHAPTER

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Jim Dallke

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MILLENNIALS ARE BECOMING OBSOLETE

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Tom McBride

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FAMILY FIRST

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John Jonelis

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THE TRUMP EFFECT

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Erik Clausen

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ROADRUNNER APPROACH TO BUSINESS STRATEGY roadrunner T

Steve Garchow

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INVESTORS LOSING PATIENCE WITH PIVOTS

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Howard Tullman

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THE BIG LITTLE TRAP

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The Big Little Trap occurs when a founder believes his future projections are achievable because the market is so big and the startup’s market share percentage is so little. The sales goal will be very easy to accomplish. It’s so small that anyone can reach it!

by Scott M. Anderson – (950 Words)

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CAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REDUCE PROJECT FAILURES?

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Steve Pieczko

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MEMBER OF MOMENT

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Honoring Chris Stiegal

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