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On Entrepreneurially Thinking: Rung for Women on Wealth Building, Family Stability, Well-Being and Career
Joining this episode is Leslie Gill, Executive Director of Rung for Women. Having served in leadership capacities for several profit and non-profit organizations, Leslie has been deeply involved in a wide range of social welfare issues.
Joining this episode are Jacob Resch and Kevin McCulloch, Founders of FLOAT STL, St. Louis’ first float center. FLOAT STL was opened in February of 2015 and has facilitated over 42,000 floats and continues the mission to help create a better access to this healing modality.
St. Louis native Dorsey and philanthropist Pulte visit north St. Louis to launch new blight nonprofit.
"Raising money is hard, but you stumble through it…you work your way through every phase of the [startup] process." — Jeff Stevens
Enjoy some of the best ETHINKSTL episodes of the season. Check out this highlight episode for your must have entrepreneurial punch-list.
Joining this episode is Steve Epner. Steve has over 40 years of consulting experience. He served as "Entrepreneur in Residence" at Boeing and founded and manages the St. Louis Innovation Round table.
Marissa talks about taking a pause from the work she is good at doing with Painefree Coaching & Consulting but not finding the joy in it anymore and get back to self-care habits.
The Association of National Advertiser B2B St. Louis launches "Not Just Another Marketing Conference" featuring data and analytics speakers on May 30th at .ZACK
"You can see it…like a blanket over the city."
Ravi Sahu, Founder and CEO of Strayos, was not initially intending to start a company.
"Grow 1% better every single day. That's it. What is one new tip that I can try out or learn?" — Morgan Ingram
"When you get empowered, you get energized. So I say, grow everyone you do business with." — Tim Sanders
"At the end of the day, you live and die by the value you create for your customers." — Mark Young
On Entrepreneurially Thinking: Tami Lange has created a one of a kind purse that not only carries credit cards, license and our cheaters, but it also has a clear backing pouch that your phone slides into that allows you to fully operate your phone without ever having to take it out of your purse.
By Carter Williams, Managing Director of iSelect FundThe family office is changing. Rather than turn assets over to managers, today’s family offices increasingly prefer to invest directly, buying stakes in individual companies or acquiring them outright.In...
By Savannah DavisIt's a busy one at Venture Cafe this week. EQ's co-founder and managing partner Kelly Hamilton will be moderating a chat with Dr. Glen Stetten of Express Scripts and Stephanie Leffler of OneSpace...
By Carter Williams, managing director of iSelect FundMost people think the key to job creation in their state or city is to attract relatively large, established companies. The facts say otherwise.Small businesses (those with fewer...
By Patty Hagen, executive director of T-REX. The way we work is changing, due in large part to a momentous generational change. The millennial generation is now the largest sector of the U.S. workforce—one in...
Applebee's, the world's largest casual dining chain with approximately 2,000 locations, has partnered with GiftAMeal in the Greater St. Louis region with 32 of its franchise locations.Launched last fall, GiftAMeal helps individuals discover and recommend...
Why we should treat our startup ecosystem as the still maturing, sometimes messy teenager that it is.
By Chuck Cohn Most New Year’s resolutions involve self-improvement, whether it's in the form of getting fit or finally starting the company of your dreams. If your goals for 2016 involve launching a business, you...
With a continued international focus on the challenges within the St. Louis region, YNPN (Young Nonprofit Professionals Network) St. Louis' annual Blog Out Loud event is providing space for community members to step up and drive change within the St. Louis region.
Founders: do whatever it takes to get your company grown. No one else understands your journey as well as you do.
By Jolijt TamanahaMy name is Jolijt Tamanaha, and I’m a recovering entrepreneur. I’m the co-founder of Champio, software that helps the 70% of Americans who hate their jobs. If only we could make those 70% of...
By Tyler King, CEO of Less Annoying CRMWhen my brother and I started Less Annoying CRM, we decided to bootstrap. If you’re not familiar with the term, that means that the founders (i.e. my...
Internship-seekers, meet your new best friend.