Eleven Arch Grants Awarded: Seven in St. Louis
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, September 30 – Engelbert Humperdinck; Rabbi Susan Talve on #Ferguson; Brian Costa on Baseball Hateability Index; and Ginger Imster of Arch Grants
Charlie with Pop Singer Engelbert Humperdinck on his new double album, “Engelbert Calling”; Charlie and Debbie with Rabbi Susan Talve about her trip to #Ferguson last night; Charlie with the Wall Street Journal’s Brian Costa on his “2014 Baseball Playoffs Hateability Index”, where STL comes in at Number 1; and Charlie with Arch Grants CEO Ginger Imster.
T-REX, the start-up incubator, crossed over the 100-company mark when the newest Arch Grants winners moved in.
Fledgling companies from four countries are one step closer to getting $50,000—in exchange for moving to St. Louis.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, January 15th – Jim McKelvey and Jerry Schlichter on Arch Grants Competition; STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and Jennifer Chiaverini on “Mrs. Lincoln’s Rivals”
Charlie talks with Jim McKelvey and Jerry Schlichter about the Arch Grants 3rd Annual Global Business Plan Competition; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Jennifer Chiaverini, author of “Mrs. Lincoln’s Rivals”.
The co-working space currently houses more than 70 fledgling companies and the move will open space for 50 more.
707 applications from 15 countries were submitted this year, a huge increase over last year’s 420 applications.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, April 23rd — Find Out What Star Will Be Performing in The Muny’s “Nunsense”?
Charlie and Debbie talk with Mike Isaacson who reveals the name of the “star” performing in “Nunsense” at The Muny this summer; Charlie talks with Kelly Dorfman, author of “Cure Your Child with Food”; with Russell Errett with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about flooding and rising river levels; and with Jerry Schlichter of Arch Grants.
Last week Ballpark Village developer Cordish announced that they to will contribute to the effort and invest in St. Louis’ future.
The number of entrepreneurs looking to start a business in St. Louis, with seed-money from local investors, is increasing.