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A big milestone for BioGenerator, an organization which grooms the next generation of St. Louis science companies. It's often the the first dollar in, with hopes of attracting other investors to follow. Those follow-on dollars have just crossed
This episode begins with KMOX Virtual Consumer Editor Megan Lynch looking into the possibility of Russian cyber attacks. Veterans with security clearances can transition into tech civilian jobs. Cortex President Sam Fiorello and LaunchCode Exec
Chesterfield Mall will eventually be replaced by a new concept -- Downtown Chesterfield -- but until then, the mall's owner is looking for entrepreneurs to take over empty storefronts. Andy Dearing, GeoFutures lead, tells us how St. Louis firms
St. Louis start-up mainstay LockerDome is changing its name. Decide Technologies President Ryan Allen discusses the pivot, the firm's focus, and plans to open a new office in Austin, Texas. Lambert Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge updates the la
Travis takes us to this year's Thinksgiving event, put on by Filament, which connects St. Louis nonprofits with innovation and strategy teams from local companies, creative agencies, and others. Then, Maria Keena talks with GlobalSTL Lead Vijay
Gateway Global American Youth and Business Alliance Academies will open the nation’s first geospatial & IT workforce and apprenticeship campus in North St. Louis near NGA. CEO Zekita Armstrong Asuquo tells us about it. Also, we continue learnin
A new innovation district is taking shape for not-for-profits and other community-oriented organizations. Michael and Travis talk with Jorge Riopedre, the Executive Director of Delmar DivINe. Also, we continue spotlighting the latest class of A
Project Geospatial's Adam Simmons calls from northern Virginia to recap the GEO INT Symposium held in St. Louis and give an outside assessment of the region's standing in the geospatial industry. Plus, we talk with two companies moving here bec
Two St. Louis startups debut on the New York Stock Exchange. They're called 'unicorns' after having grown to more-than a billion dollar valuations. Food tech company Benson Hill's CEO Matt Crisp joins us. We'll hear from BioSTL's Donn Rubin abo
35 companies are in the latest class to be boosted by Arch Grants. Executive Director Emily Lohse-Busch tells us about the startups coming to town. The GEOINT Symposium was a huge moment for the local geospatial community. We'll talk with T-REx
Clayco Executive Chairman and Founder Bob Clark joins us to explain why the construction and design firm was honored as a top workplace for innovators by Fast Company. Rung for Women's Leslie Gill gets us ready for geospatial jobs. Site selecti
If your Schnucks doesn't already have robots, it will soon. Dave Steck explains. The Danforth Plant Science Center is establishing the New Roots for Restoration Biology Integration Institute. Allison Miller, PhD, will be director. Affordable ho
Geospatial is an important part of agriculture technology. Stephanie Regagnon of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center talks about the GeoInnovation National Speaker Series. WEPOWER launched Elevate/Elevar Capital. Yoni Blumberg tells us abo
Creve Coeur-based food tech company Benson Hill is launching what's called the Food System Innovators Program. CEO Matt Crisp explains. Jeremy Nulik of BigWideSky tells us how to think like a "futurist" and promotes his upcoming "foresight expe
First, we introduce you to Impossible Sensing, Pablo Sabron's firm which develops optical sensors that are being used on Mars and at the bottom of the ocean. Then, Charlie Bolten, SVP Investments at BioGenerator, tells us what the startup arm o
Tara Mott explains why ESRI, a giant in the geospatial industry, opened up a new office in the T-REx innovation center. Scott Leiendecker, founder of St. Louis-based KNOWiNK, was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Boeing Vice Pres
Square plans to create a new division dedicated to "decentralized finance," so we talk with CNET Editor at Large Ian Sherr about cryptocurrency. Geospatial is an industry cluster for St. Louis; Harris Stowe State University is partnering with T
Conflux Co-Learning Executive Director Matt Menietti tells us about the collaboration and education space for manufacturing and distribution companies. ​Tyler Mathews, ​​executive director of Venture Café St. Louis, hints at when the largest we
Ahead of Earth Day, Josh Weaver, Vice President of Software Solutions at Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions, tells us about the Sensi smart thermostat. The #STLMade product is Energy Star Partner of the Year for the second year in a row
Local start-up Invisibly's ad unit-based poll predicted the wrong outcome in Tuesday's mayoral election. Jim McKelvey explains. St. Louis-based Giftameal found how restaurants can increase order amounts and tips while giving back. CEO Andrew Gl
NGA Accelerator has its first cohort of startups. Travis talks geospatial with Jason Hall of Greater St. Louis Inc. What's an NFT? That's how St. Louis native Jack Dorsey sold his first tweet. CNET News Editor at Large Ian Sherr explains. Big y
SirenGPS, a local startup which sends instant alerts of 911 calls, is partnering with several local school districts. CEO Paul Rauner and Maplewood-Richmond Heights' Ed Rich describe how its being used. Amazon Fresh is reportedly planning to op
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