Edward Domain
Edward Domain
Edward is the founder and COO of Techli.com. He is a writer, U.S. Army veteran, serial entrepreneur and chronic early adopter. Having worked for startups in Silicon Valley and Chicago, he founded, grew and successfully exited his own previous startup and loves telling the tales of innovators everywhere. Follow on Twitter: @EdwardDomain


Chicago Startup CurbNinja Crowdsources Motorcycle Parking

  Chicago Startup CurbNinja launched this month aiming to make parking your motorcycle/scooter easier than it usually is for city riders. CurbNinja founders (and avid motorcyclists) Fred Lebed and Tim Hines were constantly frustrated with finding...  [Read More]

Senator Claire McCaskill Speaks To Tech Community at Cortex

  April 15th- Today at Cortex in St. Louis, Senator Claire McCaskill addressed an audience of business leaders and entrepreneurs in a townhall style meeting. Recognizing the growing impact of St. Louis’ startups on the...  [Read More]

Evtron Closes $600K In Funding, Starts Delivering On Promise

Since first coming on the startup scene in St. Louis, Evtron CEO Andrew Mayhall has generated a fair amount of press (and even a rumor of Evtron being acquired by Facebook). Since that time, Mayhall has...  [Read More]

Chicago Startups: Pitch Training Camp Starts Next Week

  Pitching skills are a must-have for startup founders. A perfected pitch can make or break an entrepreneur’s chance at landing new customers, raising a round of funding or enticing a co-founder to join their...  [Read More]

Appcroplis Challenge: Developers, Get In NOW

2013 Arch Grants Winner Appcropolis has launched an online competition for developers using its product offering to benefit St. Louis startup Independent Youth. Appcropolis is a platform that allows developers to easily create mobile apps that...  [Read More]

LearnCore: The Hottest Chicago Startup You’ve Never Heard Of

LearnCore has taken ZERO VC Investment, doubling client roster by end of Q1 “We have a philosophy,” said LearnCore cofounder Ethan Linkner. “Don’t spend if you don’t have to.” That philosophy has allowed Linkner and...  [Read More]

St. Louis Startup TopOPPS Raises $700,000 Seed Round

  Fresh off of providing the prize money for the first GlobalHack, St. Louis Startup TopOPPS has just announced closing a $250,000 investment by Cultivation Capital, bringing their total seed round closed to a total...  [Read More]

St. Louis Startup NeedWant Launches Mod – A Paper Notebook That Syncs...

  Founded by Marshall Haas and Jon Wheatley (who detailed why he left San Francisco for St. Louis here), St. Louis startup NeedWant‘s tagline is, “We try to make products that solve problems and sometimes...  [Read More]

St. Louis Startup Competition Arch Grants: What To Do With All That Money?

St. Louis’ premier startup competition Arch Grants has moved past its first round and entrants have been notified if they have made it to the second round. For those that don’t know, Arch Grants is...  [Read More]

SXSW: Yahoo! Tech Mix With David Pogue & Yancey Strickler of Kickstart...

On Saturday at SXSW 2014, Yahoo journalist (and CBS news correspondent) David Pogue interviewed Yancey Strickler, cofounder of Kickstarter. Since 2009 more than $1 Billion has been pledged through the now famous crowdfunding site and...  [Read More]