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Ed’s reaction to MTC’s refusal to vote on Uber rule changes

Founder & CEO of Techli.com Ed Domain reacts to the St. Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission’s decision to not vote on Uber rule changes after the MTC’s meeting at St. Louis Community College.  

An Entrepreneurial Renaissance

With the global economic crisis abating, cities across the U.S. are experiencing an increase in entrepreneurial activity. Over the past few years, co-working spaces and incubators have been sprouting in dozens of cities, and venture...  [Read More]

Pity the St. Louis Cab Drivers

July 13, 2015 The debate over whether Uber is going to be allowed to introduce its UberX product into St. Louis and St. Louis county has boiled over. As the last major metropolitan area to...  [Read More]

An Open Letter to Mayor Slay & Co. Executive Steve Stenger

July 7, 2015   This letter is to Mayor Slay of St. Louis and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger. I hope it is well received. I moved to the city of St. Louis in...  [Read More]

3 Advantages of Supplementing Your Mobile Website With a Native App

      *This article contributed by Laxman Sankaran Most startups have a website, but few take advantage of the benefits of a native app — even though smartphone users spend 88 percent of their...  [Read More]

Hack4Hope: Hackathon For Underprivileged Youth

Award winning filmmaker and native St. Louisan Nicole Franklin is bringing a new hackathon to St. Louis hot on the heels of all the startup activity blooming around St. Louis. Hack4Hope will be held July...  [Read More]

14 Great Tools for Managing Your Sales Funnel

What software (or combination of software) do you use to manage your sales funnel, and why does it work well? The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of...  [Read More]

Startup Voodoo 2015 Wrap-Up

2015 Arch Grants recipients Startup Voodoo has come and gone, leaving the St. Louis startup scene with a lot to look forward to in the coming year. With over 500 registered attendees, and guest speakers...  [Read More]

St. Louis Startup Sprouthood Launches With Tasty Party

St. Louis startup Sprouthood hosted its launch party in the midst of the fifth annual St. Louis Sustainable Backyard Tour. Started by musician turned entrepreneur Ryan Albritton and two others, Sprouthood is an app that...  [Read More]

How to Pitch Your Disruptive Tech Solution to a Risk-Averse Industry

This article contributed by Ryan Vaughn It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of the Bulldogs, the Eagles, or the Spartans — you need to know what happened at Friday night’s big game. So you...  [Read More]

Startup Voodoo: Erik Moore of Base Ventures

In eight days, on June 18, 2015, Startup Voodoo’s 2nd annual innovation conference takes place at the Hotel Lumiere in downtown St. Louis. Venture Capitalist Erik Moore of Base Ventures will be a keynote speaker...  [Read More]

Startup Voodoo: Top 3 Finalists ‘Most Promising’ Announced

On June 18, 2015 at Hotel Lumiere in downtown St. Louis, Startup Voodoo will hold its 2nd annual Innovation Conference. Part of the conference is the ‘Most Promising‘ competition, wherein startups from around the Midwest...  [Read More]

St. Louis Attracts Third Israeli Agtech Company in Seven Months

BioSTL, the St. Louis organization advancing regional prosperity by cultivating the bioscience and innovation ecosystem, announced that Israeli agtech company Forrest Innovations has selected St. Louis as the location of its U.S. headquarters. The company’s...  [Read More]