Alumnus and tech giant David Karandish, BSCS ‘05, provides 5 encouragements for entrepreneurs.
A St. Louis-based startup cofounded by a Washington University physician has raised a combined $6.6 million in federal grant funding and private investment, reports the St. Louis Business Journal.
Erica Barnell, an MD/PhD candidate at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Healthcare category.
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.
St. Louis-based startup Takoda uses data to help monitor treatment and recovery of substance use disorders.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently featured WashU-alum startup Generopolis.
Michael P. Kramer, co-founder of Regavi, shares takeaways from this year’s Student Startup Madness.
Yesterday in Austin, Texas, twenty-five startups competed to be Startup of the Year at an annual competition at South by Southwest (SXSW). A familiar name was among them: GiftAMeal, founded by WashU alum Andrew Glanz. Glantz founded GiftAMeal in 2014 while he…