Unleashing Chicago’s Job Creators

Date: 
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 6:00pm
Location: 
Room V

Following the Great Recession, job creation has become a central issue in American politics and media.  As the government struggles to promote job creation from above, entrepreneurs around the country and here in Chicago have the potential to pioneer new businesses that stimulate job growth from the ground up.  Too often, governments tie up entrepreneurs’ creative potential with needless licensing requirements.  Join us for a discussion of real life stories of entrepreneurs in order to explore why Chicago makes innovators into outlaws.

Presented by Beth Kregor, Director of the IJ Clinic on Entrepreneurship

To register, please email clinic@ij.org.

Faculty: 
Elizabeth Kregor