Entrepreneurial happenings in and around Washington University and St. Louis week of September 10, 2017
Sept 5 – Skandalaris Center Info Session Skandalaris Center Info Session Learn all about the Skandalaris Center’s programs and involvement opportunities, and meet some of the entrepreneurial student organizations! Food provided. Open to all WashU students. 5:00 – 6:00pm Skandalaris Center |…
Entrepreneurship happenings in and around WashU and St. Louis the week of 8/6/17.
Three young entrepreneurs, including WashU alum Marc Bernstein, founded the St. Louis-based startup Balto Software.
Missouri came in at #6 in a recent ranking from the Fit Small Business website of the best states to start a business. The state ranked within the top 25 in six of the seven categories taken into consideration. The categories include…
Entrepreneurship happenings in and around WashU and St. Louis the week of 8/6.
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.
The St. Louis Fashion Incubator focuses on entrepreneurship and the business of fashion.