The Kickstarter for the Synek System rasied $300,000 in the blink of an eye.
There may be a new license proposed for residential rentals in the county, but entrepreneurs are hoping that it doesn’t cause regulation of a source that they use.
One company is already based in St. Louis, but the others are from Kansas City, Nashville and Melbourne, Australia.
Lyft plans a big launch in St. Louis on Friday, although the city—and its rules and regulations—could keep the red-hot car-sharing service grounded.
Enstitute hopes to match college students or other Millennials who opted out of higher education with mentors from the St. Louis business community.
Need/Want is out with a new product, is moving more jobs to town, and is attracting some of their start-up friends here as well.
Four financial services startups from across the country and Europe make up the first class of SixThirty, the new St. Louis-based financial tech startup accelerator program.
“Startup Weekend” is designed to help entrepreneurs start new businesses