Wintrust Business Lunch 5/25/18: Chicago Popups, The Powdered Food Industry, & Chicago Land Bank

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Customers eat at pop-up restaurant Saved by the Max in Chicago. (AP Photo/Terry Tang)

The relaxing Memorial Day Weekend is here but that doesn’t mean Blue Sky Innovation is slowing down, so Andrea Hanis updated Steve Bertrand on the Amazon HQ2 story and why the pop-up craze might continue into this summer. Tom Gimbel explained how companies can learn from the competition between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, while Michael Brown shared the story behind how Compact Industries has grown through generations on the Wintrust Community Leaders segment and Rob Rose told Steve why Chicago is selling land for half of what the market is demanding.


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