Sunday, May 03, 2020

Howard Tullman Podcast with CCAC “The Long Road Ahead and the Best Way Forward” May 7th

Howard Tullman is an American serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, educator, writer, lecturer, and a weekly columnist for INC. Magazine. He is the former Executive Director of the Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship at Illinois Tech in Chicago and the former CEO of 1871.  Currently, he serves as the Managing Partner of G2T3V, LLC, and the Managing Partner of Chicago High Tech Investment Partners LLC. 

Hear from Howard on Thursday, May 7th at 1:30pm CT as he discusses “The Long Road Ahead and the Best Way Forward.” 


Thursday, May 7th at 1:30 p.m. CT
The Long Road Ahead and the Best Way Forward
Tullman talks about realistic timeframes to getting back to the new normal, what the new normal will look like for various businesses, how small businesses (and especially startups) should think about re-opening or permanently closing their business, and, how best , once you choose a path, to move ahead.

CCAC is focusing on Pandemic Programming: Insights and Information for Today and What's Next.  These 30 minute info sessions will allow members and guests to hear from leaders and ask pre-submitted questions. You'll be asked to enter in your information, and you'll receive a personalized link, along with a reminder e-mail an hour before the event.  

About Howard Tullman: 
Howard Tullman is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, educator and writer who has founded over a dozen successful high-tech businesses in his 50+ year career. He is the General Managing Partner of G2T3V, LLC and Chicago High-Tech Investment Partners, LLC, two early-stage, Chicago-based, venture funds; the former CEO of 1871; the former Executive Director of the Kaplan Institute at Illinois Tech (where he was also the first University Professor); the past President of Kendall College and the founder and past President of Tribeca Flashpoint College; and a weekly columnist for INC. Magazine.  

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