A 2019 CBRE Research Report ranks St. Louis among the top ten emerging life-sciences market clusters in the U.S.
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…
JD Ross, BSBA ‘11, BS ‘11, founded Open Door, an online marketplace for buying and selling homes.
The annual event supports women innovators and entrepreneurs at Washington University.
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.
In EQ, Jonathan Allen writes that Gift-A-Meal, founded by WashU alum Andrew Glantz, has raised $165,000 in its second round of seed funding.
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.
Founded by WashU alum Jim McKelvey and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, Square plans to create hundreds of jobs in St. Louis in the coming years. Three years after opening…