On a mission to make fresh food affordable and available.
Looking for holiday gift ideas for family and friends? Look no further. These companies started by WashU alums offer gifts for everyone from runners to science enthusiasts to pets.
David Dresner, founder of Sleeve a Message, will launch Crispy Edge, a gourmet pot sticker company.
Wash U Alum Adam Stumpf of Stumpy’s Distillery
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.
Olin alum Angela Zeng’s strong business background prepared her for a successful venture into the industry of food and drink production.
WashU engineering alum Andrew Martahus opened Haus Malts one year ago, supplying small batch specialty malt to craft and home brewers.
Once a college class project, WashU grad David Dresner’s startup Sleeve a Message now serves around 2,000 retail customers.
GiftAMeal, founded by Washington University in St. Louis alums Andrew Glantz and Jacob Mohrmann, has just announced their expansion into their third city, Detroit. GiftAMeal was already in the St. Louis and Chicago markets. The popular mobile app allows users to snap…