A startup co-founded by 4 WashU law students is planning their next steps after notching two wins at the Global Legal Hackathon.
Offered through the NSF, the programs support innovators seeking to bring their ideas to market.
Morgan DeBaun creates space for black community online with Blavity, lands a spot on Forbes 30 under 30.
Eighteen female and minority entrepreneurs pitch ideas in front of St. Louis business owners for chance to win cash prizes.
ESLI connects student volunteers with a budding entrepreneur for four months of intensive support.
A media startup based in Silicon Valley, Blavity is an online platform where black millennials can connect and feel part of a community.
For 48 straight hours, interdisciplinary teams will brainstorm and generate ways to create an Innovation Neighborhood in the Loop—that is, a neighborhood that attracts and retains creative geniuses and accelerates socioeconomic growth.
Eleven businesses have been named recipients in the latest round of the Arch Grants Global Startup Competition.