Chicago, IL. (PRWEB) July 16, 2014
Chicago Creative Space, an online community of leaders and entrepreneurs that features videos of Chicago's most interesting work places, is pleased to announce the third installment of its Ethos event series, Ethos 3.0, which will explore the role of company culture and workplace in building Chicago's tech and creative ecosystem. The event will take place at Venue One in Chicago’s West Loop on Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Ethos 3.0 will showcase the strong cultures and work spaces of local organizations such as 1871, Coyote Logistics, and Leo Burnett. A panel of prominent Chicago entrepreneurs will dissect the relationship between company culture, office space, and creativity, and offer best practices for young businesses as they start to navigate these issues.
Ethos 3.0 panelists include:
“As with our previous events, Ethos 3.0 will offer attendees the unique opportunity to connect with Chicago’s top entrepreneurs, creatives, engineers, and freelancers,” says Max Chopovsky, founder of Chicago Creative Space. “Our hope is to inspire business leaders to rethink the importance of company culture, how it manifests in organizations, and the role it plays in growing Chicago’s greater tech and creative community.”
General admission tickets for Ethos 3.0 are on sale now for $40. Ticket prices are subject to increase on June 27th, and again on the day-of. Tickets for the culture workshop are available separately for $150.
For more information, or to register for Ethos 3.0, visit http://chicagocreativespace.com/ethos-3-0/
About Chicago Creative Space:
Chicago Creative Space helps companies recruit and retain talent by producing videos of culture and space. Selected videos are chosen for distribution on chicagocreativespace.com, where they are broadcast to the community and serve as inspiration for entrepreneurs who are faced with growing their companies on a budget while preserving their unique company culture. The Space Experts page provides listings of Chicago’s leading architects, furniture dealers, and general contractors, and is a key resource for companies seeking to design, build, and furnish their space. Additional resources include a comprehensive listing of Chicago’s incubators and co-working spaces, links to funding sources for early stage companies, and more. For more information and to register for the event, visit http://chicagocreativespace.com.