2011 Momentum Awards Dinner Highlights

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote and grow the startup community in Chicago, the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center (CEC) held its fourth annual Momentum Awards Dinner on October 6th at the Hilton Chicago and raised more than $1 million. During the event, Brad Keywell and Eric Lefkofsky, Co-Founders of Groupon, Inc., received the Entrepreneurial Champion Award sponsored by BMO Harris Bank for being prominent members of the business and entrepreneurial community who not only are successful in their own business ventures, but also invested in the success of their surrounding community. GrubHub was recognized with the Merrick Momentum Award to acknowledge this high-growth, startup business based in Chicago.

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