|July 29, 2015 at 7pm|
Microsoft Technology Center (in the Aon Center)
200 E Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60601
Take the upper level elevators to the 2nd floor. Please RSVP any +1s and bring an ID.
Examining the evolving tech markets, products or sector in our city and how they interact with or change the fabric of daily life.
Jacob Babcock is currently CEO of NuCurrent, Inc., a Chicago-based electronic component solutions provider that focuses on antennas for wireless power transfer. His focus at NuCurrent is on leading technology development and commercialization, building strategic partnerships, developing a world-class IP portfolio, communicating with stake holders and growing the business.
Jacob’s other experiences include: legal counsel for cleverbridge, Inc., a leading e-commerce provider for digital distribution; technology attorney at Foley & Lardner LLP, a 900-person global law firm; and high school teacher and football coach as part of Teach For America in St. Louis.
Jacob is a named inventor on multiple patents, has a JD from Northwestern University School of Law, a BA from Indiana University, and lives in Chicago with his wife and two dogs.
Jacob Babcock speaks about his involvement at the intersection of tech and politics.
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