We are proud to announce our Fourth Revolution Awards judges who will honor the best and brightest of the Chicago region’s manufacturing community! This prestigious list of leaders is representative of the exemplary innovators, community builders, and corporate champions of our manufacturing ecosystem.
For more information on the ceremony, sponsorship opportunities and award nominations, visit www.4RevAwards.com and follow @4RevAwards on Twitter.
Laura Ferris Anderson, Managing Director & Treasurer JP Morgan Chase, Chicago Entrepreneurial Center
Kristin Barrett, Senior DirectorPolsky Exchange, Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at University of Chicago
Don Deloach, President & CEO, Co-Chair Infobright, IoT Chicago
Dima Elissa, CEO & Founder
Roberto Escalante, COOITW
mHUB is Chicago’s innovation center for physical product development and manufacturing. mHUB is a co-working community of product designers and developers, entrepreneurs, engineers and manufacturers, a network of manufacturing mentors, industry experts and investors, and a source of intellectual and economic capital. mHUB is home to ten shops and labs, including electronics, plastic fabrication, metals and rapid prototyping as well as a microfactory for small production runs.
IMEC is a team of improvement specialists and technicians dedicated to providing organizations in Illinois with the tools and techniques to create sustainable competitive futures. The experienced, hands-on team at IMEC works closely with its clients to plan, implement, and excel critical business improvements in the areas of Leadership, Strategy, Customer Engagement, Operations, and Workforce.
About UI LABS
UI LABS is an innovation accelerator that leverages its network of hundreds of partners from universities + industry to address problems too big for any one organization to solve. Our mission is to transform industries, starting with manufacturing and infrastructure, using digital technology. UI LABS' manufacturing innovation platform, the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII), aims to provide U.S. factories with the tools, software and expertise they need to build things more efficiently, less expensively and more quickly, so they can win more business and bring jobs back to the United States.