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Over the last year or two. mHUB Chicago has begun offering product development services that allow makers, engineers, and others to work on paid projects for corporate clients, filling a need for rapid prototyping for those companies and helping entrepreneurs bring in some money while they get started on their own project. Recently, mHUB was awarded a three-year, $1.3 million grant from the federal government to scale these services, developing new opportunities for talent and providing a service to client companies.

In this episode of Makecast, I'm talking about matching talent to opportunity with two of mHUB Chicago's founders, Haven Allen, who is executive director and Bill Fienup, who is director of innovation services. We are also joined by Bianca Thai, who is a program manager at mHUB.
Over the last year or two. mHUB Chicago has begun offering product development services that allow makers, engineers, and others to work on paid projects for corporate clients, filling a need for rapid prototyping for those companies and helping entrepreneurs bring in some money while they get started on their own project. Recently, mHUB was awarded a three-year, $1.3 million grant from the federal government to scale these services, developing new opportunities for talent and providing a service to client companies. In this episode of Makecast, I'm talking about matching talent to opportunity with two of mHUB Chicago's founders, Haven Allen, who is executive director and Bill Fienup, who is director of innovation services. We are also joined by Bianca Thai, who is a program manager at mHUB. read more read less

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