The Chicago tech scene saw new offices and personnel announcements last week. Catch up on the tech news you may have missed with the Built In Chicago Weekly Refresh.
Endotronix relocated HQ to Naperville. Endotronix, a healthcare platform focused on heart failure treatment, announced that it will soon move its headquarters to Naperville. The company’s new office is undergoing renovations but is expected to open early next year. Endrotronix’s new HQ will enable employees to have a hybrid work model. [Built In Chicago]
Puttshack hired new executives. With 11 high-tech mini-golf venues slated to open next year, Puttshack appointed four new executives to streamline the process. Joining the company is Chris Rockwood, U.S. chief operating officer; Keith Strew, VP of learning and organizational development; Ben Shepherd, executive vice president of software engineering and architecture; and Shannon Silva, national director of group sales. Puttshack venues offer a high-tech mini-golf experience where players don’t have to track their scores manually. [PR Newswire]
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Cleo opened a Chicago office. Cleo is a B2B ecosystem integrations company that facilities communications and data transfer between businesses and vendors. In recent years the company has grown in popularity, and to capitalize, it expanded to downtown Chicago in an office that will house 50 employees. The company, which will keep its headquarters in Rockford, also has a suburban Chicago office in Rosemont. Cleo also has a presence in Pennsylvania, San Franciso, London and Bangalore. [Built In Chicago]
Bounteous appointed a new president. Bounteous is a digital consulting agency that has helped some of the largest brands create digital experiences. Last week the company appointed Michael McLaren as president of its North America operations. McLaren previously served as CEO of Merkle B2B. [Business Wire]