Forbes highlighted St. Louis’ Cortex Innovation Community as a key catalyst for the region’s entrepreneurial renaissance
Impact includes $40.7 million in state and local net new taxes generated from within Cortex’s boundaries.
Washington University alum Sam Coster (BS ’12) received some love from The Riverfront Times recently for his game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans.
In Poets & Quants, Nathan Allen wrote about how Washington University in St. Louis built an entrepreneurial powerhouse, on campus and in the region.
Here’s a fun fact: St. Louis has the highest percentage of female entrepreneurs of any major city in the U.S.
St. Louis-based social venture GiftAMeal received the 2019 Innovation Award at the Mayor’s Business Celebration Luncheon on October 11th.
Washington Magazine recently published a story on Cortex, St. Louis’s growing technology district.
Arch Grants is looking for fall interns to help with upcoming programming around entrepreneurship in the St. Louis region.
St. Louis is concentrating on plant technology and bioscience to showcase regional opportunities to global investors.