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Howard Tullman, the CEO of Chicago’s preeminent tech incubator and working space, 1871, spoke to the City Club of Chicago Thursday about moving the two-year-old tech hub into the future.

According to Tullman, 1871 “is where the change is happening” and that tech start-ups now account for more post-recession job creation than any other industry. “If you don’t care about change, that’s OK. It’s optional. So is survival,” Tullman said.

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