M.I.T. Enterprise Forum of Chicago Announces Appointment of Communications Committee Chair

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Adam Fendelman, editor-in-chief of Midwest Business, Inc., selected to lead newly formed communications committee of prominent Chicago innovation and entrepreneurship organization.

– The MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago has announced the appointment of Adam Fendelman as chair of its newly formed communications committee.

Adam Fendelman is the founder and editor-in-chief of Midwest Business, Inc., the publisher of ePrairie. ePrairie.com, which is transitioning into Midwest.biz, is the Midwest’s No. 1 technology business news publication.

Fendelman is also a co-founder of eXtreme Networking, a patent-pending and software-based human networking algorithm that facilities offline speed networking for event and conference organizers.

In addition, he co-founded Chicago.com and various other online ventures. Fendelman earned his bachelor’s degree in print journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.

The MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago’s new communications committee is charged with editing and distributing the chapter’s membership newsletter, content creation and managing media relations. The Forum will also be formalizing seven other key operating committees this summer.

The Chicago chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum holds monthly events from September through June. In September 2005, the Forum will kick off its new season with an expanded mission, a rejuvenated look, an expanded board of directors, new committees and advisory councils as well as a significantly enhanced volunteer staff.

About the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago

The MIT Enterprise Forum is a non-profit organization that promotes the formation and growth of innovative and technology oriented companies through a series of specialized executive education programs. The Forum provides networking, leadership opportunities and provocative new ideas to senior business leaders while showcasing MIT’s role in innovation and entrepreneurship in communities around the world.

The MIT Enterprise Forum was established in 1978 and has 23 chapters worldwide. Participation and membership is open to the general public.

More information about the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago can be found at http://www.mitefchicago.org

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