1871 is proud to announce a renewal of its long-standing partnership with MillerCoors, a leading brewery company headquartered right here in Chicago. This collaboration will provide support for 1871's veteran, minority, and women entrepreneurs.
1871 is excited to announce a new partnership with the Exclusive Professional Women’s Networking Group (EPWNG), a member network of professional women in the Chicagoland area. The partnership will expand resources for professional women within 1871's community.
1871 is excited to announce the 12 incoming companies that will make up the seventh cohort of WiSTEM, an accelerator program that connects women entrepreneurs to capital, community, and technology resources.
1871 is excited to announce that Alight Solutions, a leader in technology-enabled health, wealth, HR and finance solutions, will join its growing network of over 100 other companies, institutions, and centers of higher education as a corporate partner.
1871 is partnering with FinTEx, one of Chicago's leading Fintech organizations, to provide even more Fintech offerings and services for its members, partners, and community.
1871 is partnering with one of the nation's leading women's organizations to create safe and healthy workplaces with sexual harassment training, education, and awareness. The program will include six public events, mandatory training for all of 1871's members, and establish an anonymous hotline for the 1871 community.
1871 and the Sun-Times Media Group are collaborating to bring you the the Insights Discussion Series, a series of four educational events that launches today with The Basics of Blockchain & Bitcoin, an in-depth presentation with industry experts on blockchain technology and its impact on business and society.
From Wall-E to WarGames, there’s no shortage of films or pop culture references that highlight the dangers of modern technology. But despite what we’ve seen on the big screen, there are plenty of folks who are using technology for social good -- including the panel that presented at Part 3 of our Chicago Made series: Nick Sky, Co-Founder and CEO of ChangEd; Art Caines, Co-Founder and CEO of MaxGrad; Leeatt Rothschild, Founder of Packed with Purpose; Joel Pollick, Founder and CEO of Percent Pledge, and Kelli Haywood, Founder and Executive Director of Dream On Education.