We've teamed up with BioSTL and The Yield Lab to offer you an even closer look at what the Ag Innovation Showcase has in store.
House of Genius, a curated monthly event with origins in Boulder, Colorado, arrived in St. Louis last week.
With more attention being drawn to the innovation district concept—where our own Cortex is leading the way, as shown in Brookings' June 2015 update on their annual innovation report—we sat down with Cortex President and CEO Dennis Lower to learn more about what it means to bring this kind of asset to our community.
Venture philanthropy might not be a household term, but it's taking place in our own backyard.
The idea for Bractlet, an energy analytics platform that increases efficiency, was born while current CEO, Alec Manfre, was still a student at Georgia Tech University. To get their idea off the ground, Manfre, Brian Smith and Matthew Lynch looked to find funding wherever they could get it. After starting in a series of apartment-offices, Bractlet is enjoying incredible success today, but the founding team hasn't abandoned its dedication to finding solutions—no matter what it takes.
Accelerate St. Louis caught Square founder Jim McKelvey on camera for some of his insight when it comes to startups beginning their search for funding
Just off the heels of National Coworking Week, we bring you a baker's dozen of St. Louis spots for dropping by and docking in or renting space to be amongst kindred spirits. Major players like T-REX and Cortex lead the way in fostering innovation, while more idea centers and co-working spaces take up residence in STL's growing entrepreneur community.
In the rising age of wearables, have you ever wondered just what these devices can significantly do for our health?
Head to COCA tonight for a preview of SPARK, COCAbiz's Sept. 2 creativity conference.
Read on for more information on how Washington University students stood out in innovation news this week.
There's no arguing that St. Louis has gained tremendous momentum in various areas of the startup space—and we, along with some of the city's leading experts, believe it's poised to climb the ranks of startup-friendly cities across the country. Here's why.
Last year, the OPEN State of Women-Owned Business report showed an estimated 1,200 new businesses were started each day in America by women
If you haven't heard of John Maeda, he's a bit of a big deal in leadership, art and design.
Israel has a wealth of innovation-based startups that are already based in industries that have a stronghold in St. Louis.
Hyde has launched the Kickstarter campaign for their flagship product, The Wingman
The Thursday event is filled with varied programming that welcomes anyone wanting to learn, connect or share a beer in good company.
Across the US, startups are receiving more of what they need most—funding.
Speaking of expansion, St. Louis social media company LockerDome is looking to do just that in Downtown STL
Cortex Innovation District received a call-out in the latest Brookings report on the rise of innovation districts
PromisePay, a payments platform company currently in Cultivation Capital's portfolio, announced it has raised $2 million in funding this week
Last night Arch Grants introduced the first 11 recipients of its Global Startup Competition, nine of which are minority- or woman-led.
Entrepreneurs' Organization, a global business network founded in 1987, released its latest report on US and global entrepreneurism in March of 2015. Released every six months, the reports reflect the mood of the most up-to-date...
Tomorrow Alderpersons Lyda Krewson and Scott Ogilvie are taking the first step to remove antiquated business laws that have made business-ownership unnecessarily difficult in the city.
The first of two GlobalHack hackathons scheduled to take place this year arrives this weekend.
On Friday, LaunchCode revealed plans to open a new facility, their Mentor Center, in St. Louis' north side.
Financial tech accelerator SixThirty, based in St. Louis, this week announced Atul Kamra as their managing partner, a new position to both Kamra and the venture capital firm.
On Tuesday, April 21, in his new position as managing partner, Atul Kamra announced SixThirty's newest cohort of companies that will go through their financial tech accelerator program.