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WEEK OF 8-08-2022
|At our featured events, learn about NFTs and the next generation of investing, create the communication you want to see in the world, and discuss the importance of innovation in the food and beverage industry.|
Should You Buy a Bored Ape? August Seminar at Saper Law
Wednesday, August 10, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Saper Law Offices, 505 N LaSalle St, #350, Chicago
Since 2020, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have increasingly grown in popularity. Individuals, businesses, and celebrities have all jumped on the NFT bandwagon – creating, selling, and investing in NFTs. But what exactly are they and why should you or your business care? What are the legal considerations, benefits, and pitfalls of creating or investing in an NFT? Attend the August Lunch Seminar at Saper Law to learn.
Investing in the New Frontier: Web 3.0, Crypto, and NFTs
Wednesday, August 10, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm CDT – ONLINE
Evolution or revolution? Both. Money is rapidly becoming much more than the currency we are familiar with. Today, innovators are digitizing ownership so any asset can be represented digitally and accessed by anyone worldwide. Join 1871 to learn about the next generation of investing. Industry experts Jacqueline Shea, Trish Uhl, Joseph “LeDrop WithCheese” Dunne, and Mark Anderson will reveal the digital influence of how consumers will access, invest, buy, save and pay – and why new forms of currency are more equitable for people around the world, creating greater inclusive access to wealth.
Rules of Engagement: 7 Paths for Powerful Communication
Thursday, August 11, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm CDT – ONLINE
Life can be full of miscommunication, bad communication, and confusing communication. But you can choose to create the communication you want to see in the world. Leading this free and interactive webinar is the Wright Foundation co-founder, and award-winning author, Dr. Judith Wright. She’ll share everything you need to know about each of the seven rules of engagement, including how to apply them.
Innovation Through the Lens of the Current Marketplace
Tuesday, August 23, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Baker McKenzie, 300 E Randolph St, #5000, Chicago
In today’s highly dynamic marketplace, Food and Beverage companies are looking for ways to create innovative products that are unique, enticing, and accessible. Join the Executives’ Club of Chicago’s Food and Beverage Forum for a panel discussion centering on the importance of food innovation, what cutting-edge developments are happening in Chicago, how consumers are reacting to the economy, and what companies are doing to stay ahead of their competition. D.C. Crenshaw will lead a broad conversation with industry experts.
Celebrating American Artist Appreciation Month
American Artist Appreciation Month is celebrated across the U.S. throughout August. From Andy Warhol to Georgia O’Keeffe, America has been home to many extraordinary artists throughout history. American Artist Appreciation Month was started with the simple aim to celebrate artists and the incredible work that they do. Art is not just something beautiful to look at, it also reflects the human condition, emotions, and ambitions. Celebrate the month by discovering new American artists or revisiting the artworks that you love. [Continue Reading…]
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Queer Eye: The Musical Parody – The Second City
Follow everybody’s fave Fab Five as they help an Average Joe manifest their full potential through aggressive self-love, laugh-out-loud comedy, and more songs than you can handle, henny! Watch a live “episode” of the show we all thought we knew… until now. Written by Evan Mills and Heidi Joosten, Queer Eye: The Musical Parody features all the avocados, plenty of pompadours, and maybe even a puppet or two. Say “YASS, and” to this hilarious experience where things just keep on getting better…and funnier!
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