It’s no secret that starting a business isn’t easy. Add that to being an undergrad and the mix gets even more difficult. Yet, somehow, student-run businesses seem surprisingly common at WashU. From Bear Bites to Bear Bikes, to U-Shuttle and UTrucking, the…
Three young entrepreneurs, including WashU alum Marc Bernstein, founded the St. Louis-based startup Balto Software.
WashU alum Jeff Platt details his journey with Sky Zone, the multimillion-dollar indoor trampoline park company that he’s run since graduation.
Anna Patterson, BA’87, founded and is the managing director of Gradient Ventures, Google’s newly launched venture capital group.
Truck Driver Power, co-founded by Olin Business School grad J.T. Peters, raises $150,000 in seed money.
Emily Lohse-Busch, BA’05, has been named the new Executive Director of Arch Grants.
Olin alum Angela Zeng’s strong business background prepared her for a successful venture into the industry of food and drink production.
How a few friendly games of ping-pong led to funding for a promising startup.
Debuting new designs at New York Fashion week is nothing new for Washington University alum Jordana Warmflash. Her label, Novis, has been a success from the very beginning, thanks to her entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to the creative process.