Renaissance Schaumburg, Chicago

What You Get

Our ‘invitation-only’ approach allows us to provide exceptional service for our audience.


Conference Pass

Full access to the event, from educational sessions to networking events.


Flight Voucher

Traveling more than 100 miles? We'll help with a $200 flight credit.


Overnight Hotel

We cover the first night and offer a discounted rate. Spouses welcomed.


5 Star Catering

Breakfasts, lunches, networking receptions and dinner.

Who You'll Meet

A unique engagement opportunity with Fortune 500 companies and emerging mid-size enterprises.


Influential Peers

Benchmark with the movers and shakers of research and development.


Industry Experts

Learn from the best in the field and walk away with actionable insights.


Leading Partners

Meet only with the most relevant for your projects and initiatives.



Unparalleled networking opportunities with high profile industry leaders.

What You'll Do

Your registration creates a personalized agenda based on specific areas of responsibility, challenges and interests.


Learning Time

Spend most of your time participating in educational sessions and networking activities.


Educational Sessions

Keynotes, plenary sessions, industry panel discussions, case studies and more.


Networking Activities

Connect with peers who can truly make a difference to your business.


Research Time

25-minute appointments to discover leading solutions guided by knowledgable executives.

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This year, the 100% peer-driven educational program will be centered around 4 key themes addressing the most pressing challenges in research and development.


Key Themes

close Emerging Technology Impacting R&D
  • Additive Manufacturing in R&D
  • Introducing New Technologies into Existing Product Lines
  • Implementing the Right Technology and Keeping Compliant
  • Allocation of R&D Budget to the Right Projects
  • Strategic Allocation of Budget that Align with Cost Containment Goals
  • The Role of Sustainability in R&D
  • Lean Implementation Strategy for Product Development & Design
  • Defining an Optimal New Product Launch Process
  • Balancing Innovation vs. Quality in Product Design
  • Creating Strategies for Growth & Changing Consumer Landscape
  • Improving Strategized R&D Processes to Increase Speed to Market
  • Defining R&D Metrics: What Constitutes Success?


Get insights from 20+ research and development executives who are in the field addressing industry challenges.

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Ray Cull

Executive Director - Research and Development

SI Group

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Ken Chrisman

President, Product Care

Sealed Air

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Lawrence Martin

Global Sr. Vice President Product Development

Epicor Software

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Archana Khetan

Vice President Product Management

Zebra Technologies Corporation

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Vikas Malhotra

Chief Research and Product Development Officer

Dorel Juvenile Group

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Chris Cunningham

Global Vice President - Product

Burton Snowboards

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Abraham Kang

Sr. Director Software

Samsung Corporation

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Michael Friedmann

Senior Vice President Global Marketing Product Management and Customer Service

Rosenbauer International AG

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Nissim Lehyani

Director of Digital Marketing Products


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Ashok Kulkarni

Vice President Engineering

The New IEM, LLC

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Raja Shembekar

Director of Engineering

DENSO International America

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Paul Babin

Director of Technology, Innovation & Sustainability

thyssenkrupp North America, Inc.


Make every session valuable by selecting up to 4 key themes to mix and match the most relevant topics to you.

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Sustainability & Cost Containment Management
New Product Development, Design & Innovation
Streamlining the R&D Process for Success

Welcome Cocktail Reception & Registration


Breakfast Buffet


Targeted Research Meetings

Monday, October 15Breakout Case Study

close Creating a Mass personalized Performance Sleep System: Driving Innovation and Reinventing an Industry

Marketing Leadership & OperationsBedgear - Director of Manufacturing and Operations

The path to performance begins with quality sleep – quality sleep begins with the right fit. Evan will discuss how BEDGEAR successfully manufactures a Personalized Sleep System at scale, the challenges that come with a global supply landscape, and how the spirit of continuous improvement, agile manufacturing, and technology can attract new talent to the industry.

Key Take-Aways

  • Modular product design
  • Agile manufacturing and continuous improvement
  • The future of manufacturing and a millennial workforce


Evan York
Director of Manufacturing and OperationsBedgear
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Disrupting an Industry through Product Innovation

New Product Development, Design & InnovationBurton Snowboards - Global Vice President - Product

Last year, Burton Snowboards introduced a new technology to the snowboarding industry know as Step On. The project was a 5 year journey from concept to market that challenged the way Burton approaches innovation. In the end, not only has this technology disrupted our industry (selling out in a matter of days) it also changed they way we approach innovation here at Burton.

Key Take-Aways

  • Why and how to approach a disruptive innovation
  • Backstory to the R&D process behind Step On
  • Advantages to putting the customer at the front of the process


Chris Cunningham
Global Vice President - ProductBurton Snowboards
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close The Firetruck of the Future - Open Innovation and Agile Development

New Product Development, Design & InnovationRosenbauer International AG - Senior Vice President Global Marketing Product Management and Customer Service

Rosenbauer is the world market leader in firefighting technology. During the last 6 years, Rosenbauer has developed a full scale working concept truck which comprises all aspects of future megatrends like urbanization, new ecology and the demographic development (Silver Society). In close cooperation with our customers, the fire brigades of big cities, Rosenbauer currently works on the serial development of this electric truck which stands for functional excellence. The setup for the development is an internal startup (a small Company with 14 engineers) who use Scrum to manage the complex and fast changing development work.

Key Take-Aways 

  • How the Megatrends explain the WHY of the new Concept Fire Truck (CFT)
  • How to involve customers in the development process
  • How to implement an agile development organization within a bigger cooperation


Michael Friedmann
Senior Vice President Global Marketing Product Management and Customer ServiceRosenbauer International AG
Monday, October 15

close Producing Now and Investing in the Future

Manufacturing Leadership StrategiesErnst & Young - Advanced Manufacturing Leader – Central Region and Partner, Tax Services
Ernst & Young - Senior Manager in the Advisory Services practice

With today’s transformative business landscape, you must stay on top of existing priorities while planning ahead for disruption. According to EY’s Industrial Products Continuous Innovation Study 2018, developed with input from c-suite executives across large manufacturing companies, the six “big bets” that most effect the future-readiness for industrial companies are customer connectivity, supply chain reinvention, talent and culture, digital assimilation, big data and analytics, and enterprise protection. Join us as we explore the major forces driving change in industrial products companies and discuss how to navigate the pressure to grow and produce results today while investing in the future for long-term viability. A deeper look into customer-centric expectations and supply chain reinvention for a connected ecosystem will also be shared.


Paul Green
Advanced Manufacturing Leader – Central Region and Partner, Tax ServicesErnst & Young
Brian Dickerson
Senior Manager in the Advisory Services practiceErnst & Young
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Creating a LEAN Culture

Effective Continuous ImprovementNanoLumens - Vice President, Operations

Culture eats Strategy. If you do not back up the words with actions, LEAN will not take root. It take time and commitment – both top down and bottom up.

Key Take-Aways

  • Action speak louder than words
  • LEAN is more than power point presentation
  • LEAN is more them 6S
  • Continuous Improvement can effect the entire business cycle


Wes Funsch
Vice President, OperationsNanoLumens
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Seven Key Questions to Consider when Planning your Investments for Disruptive Innovations

Streamlining the R&D Process for SuccessZebra Technologies Corporation - Vice President Product Management

New Product Introduction always carries inherent execution and business risks. More disruptive the solution, the greater the risk/reward. This talk will cover key questions and strategies one should plan in advance when introducing market disruptive innovations.

Key Take-Aways 

  • Understand hurdles for adoption of Innovation
  • Minimize your investment risk by using a framework approach to address the adoption hurdles
  • Create a higher confidence success plan early in the process


Archana Khetan
Vice President Product ManagementZebra Technologies Corporation



Targeted Research Meetings

Monday, October 15

close The People Side of Industry 4.0: How to Facilitate a Cultural Transformation

Workforce & Talent Managementthyssenkrupp North America, Inc. - Director of Technology, Innovation & Sustainability

As manufacturing environments evolve to better embrace Industry 4.0, “how” we make change is just as important as “what” we change. Building strategies that account for our employees’ transition process can help us as managers better prepare for success.

Key Take-Aways 

  • Understand what people go through when facing change and how to apply specific LEAN Six Sigma process improvement changes to ease their transition
  • Discover how to create faster and more complete solutions by involving stakeholders, process owners and operators
  • Learn how to measure speed and adoption to estimate the financial impact of effective change management



Paul Babin
Director of Technology, Innovation & Sustainabilitythyssenkrupp North America, Inc.
Monday, October 15

close The Value of Digital Factory Transformation for C-Level Executives

Implementing Digital Manufacturing42Q - Sales Director

Are Industry4.0 and IIoT real or just hype, and do these technologies provide a measurable ROI or benefit for corporate executives? Learn what are some forward thinking companies really doing today.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn about the value of real-time factory and supply chain visibility that breaks down data silos by connecting several thousands of pieces of manufacturing equipment and multiple global factories in the cloud
  • Understand how increased efficiency can be achieved through automated tracking of raw materials and control of autonomous guided vehicles that replenish material levels
  • How to improve quality with machine-to-machine interactions that “force” day-to-day management of regulatory compliance



Gary Evans
Sales Director42Q
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Evolution of the Product Development Process to Support Business Demands

Streamlining the R&D Process for SuccessDorel Juvenile Group - Chief Research and Product Development Officer

Evolving business needs have led to the evolution of Product Development processes. This evolution has seen some turmoil in recent times. Product Development teams are faced with a dilemma: develop the perfect product or fail fast through market level experimentation.The answer clearly lies in a hybrid model. My talk will help establish the rules of thumb for this hybrid model of product development.

Key Take-Aways

  • Multiple approaches to product development processes exist
  • Organizations and teams need not (and should not) pick one approach. A hybrid approach will serve better
  • Each organization must build their own hybrid model, not rely on a one size fits all
  • The product development approach in an organization can and must only be built with cross functional participation, much like the development of a product


Vikas Malhotra
Chief Research and Product Development OfficerDorel Juvenile Group
Breakout Presentation

close Smart Manufacturing: Connect Your Machine to Significantly Improve Machine Efficiency

Dell - IoT Solutions Director

Manufacturers face disruption in this digital world. A desire to compete is a prime reason why IDC finds that 75% of industrial manufacturers have technology initiatives driven by digital transformation. At Dell, we understand the challenges faced by manufacturers because we are one, and offer an expansive portfolio of solutions from Industrial PCs to Rugged Tablets which address these top needs.  In this session we will cover real deployments where we are enabling manufactures (including ourselves) to achieve digital transformation with our broad industrial solutions.

  • Key use cases to start your digital transformation journey with
  • Achieving digital transformation in your operations with flexible infrastructure
  • The importance of Edge analytics to future proof your IoT/Automation deployments
  • How to scale faster and safer with the right security and manageability strategy


Kevin Terwilliger
IoT Solutions DirectorDell
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Identifying and Remediating Security Vulnerabilities in AI and Machine Learning Based Applications

Emerging Technology Impacting R&DSamsung Corporation - Sr. Director Software

Intelligent assistants are and will be everywhere. You might be thinking that you cannot hack assistants because you can’t say “What’s the weather in Boston’ or 1=1–” ad your assistant is safe in your house. Unfortunately, there are ways around both. This talk helps you understand how assistant applications are attacked physically, at the application layer, and via the underlying machine learning (ML) algorithms. You also will learn how to address vulnerabilities in AI and ML.

Key Take-Aways 

  • AI and Assistants can be attacked physically
  • AI and Assistants can be attacked at the business logic layer
  • AI and Assistants can be attacked at the machine learning layer


Abraham Kang
Sr. Director SoftwareSamsung Corporation
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close 5 Lessons Learned in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Implementation

Implementing Digital Manufacturingrelayr - Senior Account Executive

Across the manufacturing industry, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is providing unprecedented insights into business operations, unlocking new revenue streams, identifying opportunities for improvement and predicting issues before they occur. While the benefits of IIoT are prevalent, the implementation of this technology and business transformation is not as clearly defined. Ready to learn the keys to success? Join us as we discuss how to successfully implement IIoT and take a deep dive into lessons learned along the way.

Key Take-Aways

  • Examine case study examples in successful IIoT implementation
  • Identify the most-common hurdles and how your organization can avoid them
  • Explore the value in this technology to deliver business outcomes


Chad Flesher
Senior Account Executiverelayr
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Data-Driven Manufacturing - Monetizing your Investment with Impactful Continuous Improvement

Implementing Digital ManufacturingMemex Inc. - CEO/President

No matter the size of your company, you can connect your manufacturing assets to your business systems TODAY and be rewarded with a compelling ROI. However, it is not enough for manufacturers to just monitor machines to achieve maximum efficiency and profitability. They must also ensure shop floor data is collected automatically and in real-time, and then must analyze and act appropriately upon this data. In this presentation, MEMEX will use actual case studies to discuss a strategy for monetizing real-time shop floor data that is rooted in a pragmatic approach and focused on the business case / outcome through Impactful Continuous Improvement.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understand the (5) steps to Success with Data-Driven Manufacturing – Connect / Visualize / Analyze / Optimize / Monetize
  • Fuel Lean Continuous Improvement initiatives with Real-time data to get to root cause and counter measures fast
  • Reduce your company’s operating costs by effectively increasing your plant capacity
  • Learn how an investment in Data-Driven Manufacturing can boost your bottom line financial results


David McPhil
CEO/PresidentMemex Inc.
Monday, October 15Case Study

close Compact Medium Voltage Arc-Resistant, Metal-Clad Switchgear Design Using Advanced Simulation Techniques

Emerging Technology Impacting R&DThe New IEM, LLC - Vice President Engineering

There is huge market need for a compact, medium-voltage, arc-resistant switchgear for a variety of applications. However, meeting the ANSI/UL design challenges to build a compact switchgear has been extremely difficult. This paper presents the use of advanced simulation techniques to solve this multi-dimensional design optimization problem and presents UL test results that validate the design.

Key Take-Aways 

  • Designing a metal-clad switchgear that is 50% smaller in volume is very challenging
  • Use of advanced simulation techniques helps find an optimal solution
  • Thermal simulation, dielectric simulation, fluid flow simulation, and short circuit simulations combined with 3-D modeling is the key
  • UL test results including arc test results validate the optimal design


Ashok Kulkarni
Vice President EngineeringThe New IEM, LLC
Monday, October 15Breakout Presentation

close Why It's Time to Stop Building the Business Case for Sustainability

Sustainability & Cost Containment ManagementSealed Air - President, Product Care

Customers aren’t willing to pay more for sustainable products. Customers are demanding more sustainable products. Shareholders are putting pressure on us to deliver on sustainability goals. Shareholders are putting pressure on us to deliver on margin. The divisive dichotomy of what it means to develop, manufacture, and sell sustainable products is more prevalent and painful than ever as R&D and marketing teams are asked to defend the environmental value proposition of the products they developed long ago, and to bring new “unicorn” solutions to market that are good for the earth and good for business. Ken Chrisman, President of Sealed Air’s protective packaging division, shares why it’s time for leaders like him to stop demanding an immediate measurable return on investments in sustainable innovation, and why the greatest foes that R&D innovators face are the perceptions of the very same conscious consumers they’re creating sustainable products for.

Key Take-Aways

  • Playing sustainability defense is draining for innovators – how can you get back on offense?
  • Why is sustainability suddenly the hot topic in the c-suite and investor call – what has changed so dramatically about the way companies think about sustainability?
  • How can R&D influence their leaders to think differently about investing in sustainable product innovation?
  • What are the misconceptions of consumers that innovators have to overcome?


Ken Chrisman
President, Product CareSealed Air
Monday, October 15

close Business Transformation through SAP Supply Chain Optimization

Implementing Digital ManufacturingMinuteman International - Vice President of Finance

Minuteman International, Inc was directed by their European head office to sustainably reduce inventory by 25% without adversely impacting customer service. Standard SAP Analytic tools as well as existing functionality in Demand Management, Production Planning Strategies and Capacity Planning inside SAP© ECC were used in hopes to achieve the goals within a 12 month time frame. This is the story of Minuteman International’s laser-focused approach to balance supply and demand across their supply chain by investing in best practice planning methods including: Exception Monitoring, Optimization of Raw Materials, Planning of Finished Goods and leveraging existing capabilities from their current SAP© ECC platform.

Key Take-Aways

  • Best practices to optimize inventory to meet increasing demand.
  • Practical ways to improve employee performance and the impact on organization results.
  • Improving operation results thru smart use of people, process and SAP
  • Realization of the power of SAP’s standard tool sets


Stephen M. Boebel
Vice President of FinanceMinuteman International

Cocktail Reception


Industry Dinner


Breakfast Buffet

Keynote Presentation

close Why your Digital Manufacturing Efforts are Doomed to Fail

Sight Machine - Chief Marketing Officer

By 2022 Smart factories will deliver an estimated $500B in value and a 7x increase in overall productivity. What can manufacturing leaders do today to ensure short-term investments support the capabilities required for near and long-term Digital Manufacturing success?

Key Take-Aways
  • What pitfalls threaten successful Digital Manufacturing implementation?
  • Why are IOT platforms not built for ROI in manufacturing?
  • What are the organizational and cultural challenges?
  • What has Sight Machine learned from working with the world’s most advanced Digital Manufacturers?


Syed Hoda
Chief Marketing OfficerSight Machine

Targeted Research Meetings

Tuesday, October 16Breakout Presentation

close Winning Strategies to Successfully Implement Emerging Technologies into Manufacturing

Emerging Technology Impacting R&DDENSO International America - Director of Engineering

Successfully implementing emerging and disruptive technologies into your existing manufacturing operations pose significant challenges, especially in mid to large cap companies. The aim of my presentation is to present winning, proven strategies that can overcome these challenges. This blueprint for success has been developed from extensive manufacturing experience and actual use-cases.

Key Take-Aways 

  • Key strategy points for successful implementation of disruptive technologies in manufacturing operations
  • Clarify the challenges posed in most mid to large cap companies
  • Several use cases of successful and not-so-successful results
  • Blue print for a successful collaboration between R&D and Manufacturing


Raja Shembekar
Director of EngineeringDENSO International America
Tuesday, October 16Breakout Presentation

close Gaining Productivity and Impact by Engaging Employees Through Ownership and Work Teams

Workforce & Talent ManagementBrewer Science, Inc. - Executive Director, Operations

As manufacturing faces increasing competition of a global economy; an agile, effective and empowered workforce is the greatest differentiator in the future success of a company. Brewer Science has empowered employees to make decisions leading to increased productivity, reduced waste, and improved quality while positively impacting the environment and the community.

Key Take-Aways

  • Create an environment that attracts and retains millennials
  • Engaged employees will drive productivity improvements
  • Employees who are empowered to make decisions will actively pursue waste reduction opportunities
  • Employees drive success inside the company, out to the community and impact the environment


Tom Brown
Executive Director, OperationsBrewer Science, Inc.
Tuesday, October 16Breakout Presentation

close Driving Continuous Improvement using Cost of Quality

Effective Continuous ImprovementWelbilt - Head of Quality III

Each participant will have an understanding of: • Average “Cost of Quality” • 4 levels of “Cost of Quality” • How to drive “Continuous Improvement” as it speaks to the “Cost of Quality” All 4 levels Each participant will have access to an Excel spread sheet to assist their company in identifying, costing and addressing the “Cost of Quality” for all 4 levels.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understand aveage COQ
  • 4 Levels of COQ
  • How to drive Continuous Improvement using COQ
  • Excel matrix for COQ


Joseph Myers
Head of Quality IIIWelbilt
Tuesday, October 16Breakout Presentation

close Designing and Managing a Lean Management System Implementation

Effective Continuous ImprovementThe Murli Group - CEO

Many organizations implement a few tools and make some initial inroads to Standard Work. But very few organizations can point to how LMS contributed to their overall business success in a measurable and substantial way. Join us for a discussion of the topic of how to design and manage a LMS implementation strategy that is tightly connected to business performance improvement.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understand and agree on the specifics of the problem you are trying to solve and how will you know when you’ve done so
  • This is cultural shift. HR can be a major enabler by aligning systems, policies and behaviors you seek
  • Stay focused long term. We all think we’ve arrived long before reaching the destination


Joe Murli
CEOThe Murli Group
Tuesday, October 16

close Agile Development Process: SCRUM for R&D

Streamlining the R&D Process for SuccessPorex - Vice President Global Product Development and R&D

Agile Development Practices are not just for software any longer. We have adapted the SCRUM process for our product development and R&D teams to use in our porous polymer manufacturing environment. It has led to better prioritization, more throughput, and greater team member engagement.

Key Take-Aways

  • Understanding of Agile Development Principles (SCRUM Process)
  • How SCRUM can be adapted to developing physical products
  • Understand key benefits of implementing Agile Development


Avi Robbins
Vice President Global Product Development and R&DPorex



Experienced industry leaders help us design a relevant and 100% peer-led educational program. Take a look at last year's members!

Steering Committee Members

Thomas Schubert Chief Engineering Officer
Gibbs & Cox , Inc
Lisa Sykes Quality Director
Merck & Co
Sameer Talsania Senior Manager, External Innovation
Dave Everett Vice President, Engineering
Spectrum Brands
Tiffany Nesbit Vice President, Engineering
Elbit Systems of America
Praveen Gupta Director of Quality
Stephen Gould Corporation
Gene Hawkins Vice President of Engineering
ADAC Automotive
Paul Kobishop Global Director of Quality and Safety
Reynolds Polymer Technology
Suresh Rama Director of Engineering and Innovation
Valiant Machine & Tool Inc.
Daniel Stef Director, Manufacturing Engineering and Operational Excellence
Sloan Valve Company
John Wedgworth Quality Control Manager
Capitol Aggregates , Ltd.


Over the year’s we’ve hosted senior level executives from over 80% of the Fortune 100 as well as thousands of up and coming mid-market organizations. See last year's attendees!

Attendee Testimonials

"The IMPACT Summit is an amazing opportunity to network with a broad array of senior leaders and to expand your view of the possibilities. The event brings together newer tech innovators along with more established manufacturers and solution providers."

"The IMPACT format is very effective for getting up to date on current manufacturing technologies and product offerings. IMPACT provides an opportunity to meet directly with suppliers to have detailed discussions to better understand the products and services that match your areas of interest."

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IMPACT is the research and development industry’s fastest growing event, quickly establishing a reputation as the deal generating show. Explore last year's solution partners!


The research and development industry's leading executive-level conference plays host to over 500 senior-level attendees each year. In the last decade, we’ve produced 10 large scale IMPACT conferences across America.


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Your full access conference pass includes overnight accommodations, meals and cocktail receptions.

The Hotel

Renaissance Schaumburg

Experience refined style at the Renaissance Hotel in Schaumburg where stunning design blends seamlessly with impeccable service.

Our Schaumburg hotel accommodations boast stylish design and luxurious comfort. Located in an accessible hub with a sophisticated collection of retail and culinary options such as Sam & Harry’s and Woodfield Mall, this Schaumburg, Illinois hotel serves as an indigenous ambassador for entire Chicagoland area…and a gateway for the entire Midwest.
Accommodations must be booked through the conference organizers and not through the venue directly. We cover the first night and offer a discounted rate. Spouses welcomed. For reservations please contact:
The nearest airport is Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD), which is less than 15 miles away. Alternatively, you may fly into Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW). This hotel does not provide shuttle service. Taxis are readily available at the airport.
The Renaissance Schaumburg  | 1551 N. Thoreau Drive Schaumburg, IL 60173