This holiday season, G2 Crowd is especially thankful to call Chicago our home. Between the bustling tech scene and the midwestern work ethic, we can’t imagine a better place to have grown and evolved over the past five years.
Recently, G2 Crowd has had even more reasons than usual to celebrate being in the Windy City. This year, we are thrilled to announce that we have been named a Chicago Inno 50 on Fire winner, and featured as a Top Small-Business Workplace on Chicago Tribune’s 2017 Top Workplaces.
To the Chicago community: We could not have done this without you. Whether we were exploring the city’s coworking spaces or graciously borrowing TechNexus’ meeting space when we outgrew our own, the support we feel from the Chicago Tech community and beyond is amazing. And of course, we have to congratulate our fellow 50 on Fire winners: Shipbob, SMS Assist, Truss, Cleverbridge, Envoy, Snapsheet, Jellyvision, Alexine Mudwar from Yello, and Nick Kokonas from Tock.
Chicago has done so much for us, and we would like to continue giving back to our beloved home. That is why we are continuing our initiative through G2 Gives in support of local education. Chicago Tech Academy, known as ChiTech, is a local public high school that focuses on STEM education. The students that attend ChiTech are some of our city’s future tech leaders.
Every year, Chicago Tech Academy needs to raise a significant amount to support their educational programs and give their students the education they desire. To support the Chicago community and make an impact for the future tech leaders of Chicago, G2 Gives aims to help ChiTech to absolve some of their budget shortcomings. For every verified software or service review written through G2 Gives, G2 Crowd will donate $10 to Chicago Tech Academy. Ten minutes of your time, and your opinion, can make a difference for a ChiTech student.
We want to give back to the Chicago community that has given us so much. Do you have 10 minutes to write a review for Chicago Tech Academy?
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