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Seyi Fabode (Chicago Booth ’10) and startup Power2Switch selected to Clinton Global Initiative

Today The Chicago Tribune reports that Power2Switch, a Chicago-based company that allows consumers to price-compare and change their electricity providers, has been selected to attend a Clinton Global Initiative meeting held this week in Chicago.

Power2Switch was founded by Seyi Fabode, a 2010 Chicago Booth School of Business alum. We’re meeting with Seyi next week to learn more about Power2Switch, how they were supported by Chicago Booth’s Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship, and what’s next for them.



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