ChecktheQ, GiftAMeal and Balto are the latest Arch Grant winners with WashU DNA.
These WashU alumnae have reached dizzying heights of success in fashion, tech, media and design. With high-profile clients, an unending stream of accolades and jawdropping funding rounds, they’ve risen fast and far — most before the age of thirty.
Entrepreneurship can be much more than phone apps and ridesharing companies. It can change the world.
In this Q&A, WashU alum Atima Lui discusses her philosophy, principles and how women can continue to make strides in the entrepreneurship and innovation fields.
Olin alum Max Liu’s fintech company, EMQ, recently hit several major milestones, including a lucrative partnership and winning a major industry award.
Olin alum Mike Harding’s passion for entrepreneurship inspired him to collaborate with his brother, Charlie, to develop Let’s Roam, a scavenger-hunt tour company that unites participants through travel and collaborative problem solving.
The Holekamp Seed Fund, a $500,000 gift from Cliff Holekamp and his father Bill, will give up to twenty $1,000 grants a year to student startups.
Olin Business School alum Markey Culver is changing women’s lives in eastern Africa through her social enterprise, The Women’s Bakery.
Student teams were paired with community partners to work on social innovation in the community.