Previously announced winners were Microsoft, Corporate Champion Award, Marmon Holdings, Manufacturer of the Year Award, and Brad Keywell, Fourth Revolution Champion.
Event sponsors included Museum of Science and Industry, Arrow Electronics, Inc., Bank of America, BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois, JLL, KPMG, Marmon, MB Financial Bank, RW Ventures, UL, Uptake, WaterSaver, Wintrust, Accenture, Chamberlain Group, GCM Grosvenor, Granite Creek, Pritzker Group, Technology & Manufacturing Association (TMA), and Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center (IMEC).
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Fourth Revolution Awards.
For more information on this year’s ceremony and announcements for next year’s awards, visit www.4RevAwards.com and follow @4RevAwards on Twitter. You can also view videos of the marquee awardees:
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