Accelerate St. Louis is a regional portal of information for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs can find investors, other entrepreneurs and service providers. Job seekers interested in working as an early employee in a start up company can find employment opportunities. Investors can
Ken Harrington, Managing Director of the Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Washington University, has been recognized as one of the top twenty-five entrepreneurship professors in the nation. The 3 Day Startup Blog gathered votes
The Startup Connection roster is larger than ever. After last year’s success, the event has expanded from 45 companies to 60. Areas represented will include Education, Bioscience, IT/Tech, Consumer Products, and more. With awards of over $100,000 to be granted
The St. Louis Business Journal last week reported that Gil Bickel, chairman of Arch Angels, has announced that the group will not be investing in startups taking advantage of new JOBS Act regulations for the legal protection of the Arch
ITE provides professional surroundings in which to operate and confidently present yourself to investors, clients and partners. Offices and suites are available in a variety of sizes and configurations, from 150 to 3,000 square feet.
Gabe Lozano, CEO & co-founder of LockerDome, wrote a recent article for the Wall-Street Journal in which he listed his reasons for supporting the startup boom in St. Louis. In his article’s opening, he cited the necessary ingredients to a
Capital Innovators recently announced its lineup for this fall. According to the website, the new class includes “two video game companies, two healthcare IT companies, and a mobile platform for student discounts.” Each startups will receive a grant of $50,000.
LinkedIn co-founder Eric Ly offered advice to startups in St. Louis on Tuesday. Speaking at Ungerboeck Software International’s 2013 Ungerrock Global Conference in downtown St. Louis, Ly had a few soft-spoken suggestions. If you’d like to see those suggestions, you
ITE Innovative Technology Enterprises at University of Missouri – St. Louis has laboratory space, office space and data center services available to launch startups in chemistry, nanotechnology and Information Technology.
SixThirty was featured in a new article in Forbes magazine, continuing the recent buzz about the St. Louis entrepreneurial community. Jim McKelvey has also done interviews for CNBC and the Wall Street Journal. In the Q&A with Forbes, McKelvey said