imnotArt’s NFT Exhibition, $ 3.1 Million Clinic, and More Chicago Tech News

Photo: shutterstock

With a few new activities at the Windy City Technology Show, find out how these companies heat up this summer with new capital and more. This is a weekly renovation built in Chicago.

Clinify Health 3.1m. For the needs of underprivileged communities, the company supports health care providers in these areas, giving priority to Medicare patients who need care and reducing costs for that care. Clinify is investing in the Sei Venture-led seed support round to grow the team and develop new products. [Built In Chicago]

Moderne Ventures received $ 200 million in funding. The company is investing in startups in industries such as real estate, housing services and insurance. His portfolio includes more than 100 companies and includes obscure names such as ICON, Homesnap and Veranda. In the midst of these gaps, plans are afoot to invest in this second fund, which currently has $ 350 million in assets under management. [Chicago Inno]

Chicago Tech Quote of the Week

“A lot of artists are experimenting, and that lends itself to working with digital media. But as a gallery, we still want to be able to show art in the best way possible if it still has an image, animation or some interactive experience. -Chase McCaskill, co-founder of imnotArt

imnotArt NFT Art Exhibition Launched. Although the exhibition space at 1010 N. Ashland Ave is small, the “New Digital” Art Exhibition will showcase the world of digital creativity. The exhibition showcases the art of impersonation (NFT) by Chicago-born artists. Since a small code or token represents the digital work, each featured piece can be considered as the first of the artists. The show will be available in both real and digital worlds and will be available until August 22nd. [Built In Chicago]

Chicago nationwide recruitment program begins. “Hiring Chicago” is a five-week initiative aimed at hiring Chicago employers in industries such as hospitality, transportation, technology, healthcare, and manufacturing. The program includes free virtual workshops, pre-screening discussions and job interviews, and provides the resources you need. [Built In Chicago]

Leave a Comment