The district already offering unique restaurants, nightspots, stores and office space will also be able to offer the latest in high-speed internet technology.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a GPS-like system that knew where everything was on the shelves, and shuffled your list in the perfect order?
Strange Donuts is a sensation, with tie-dye apparel, a video game and countless late-night Instagrams from loyal customers.
The controversial launch—or lack thereof—of Lyft is a “make-or-break” moment for St. Louis, but for different reasons from different points of view.
Fledgling companies from four countries are one step closer to getting $50,000—in exchange for moving to St. Louis.
Another incubator for tech startups is considering making St. Louis the site of its first-ever expansion.
The goal is to raise $100-million over the next five years, to help startup companies stay and grow in the region.
It is called the Regional Entrepreneurship Initiative (REI), and its organizers hope to raise $100-million over five years for local startups.
Click With Me Now was among the notable startup at this year’s music festival/technology conference in Austin, Texas.
Besides grant, each company get affordable office space and business mentoring.