Arch Grants Awards $750,000 in Grants to 15 St. Louis Startups
Fifteen startups located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri will each receive $50,000 in grant funds under the Arch Grants 2012 Business Plan Competition. Arch Grants, a Missouri non-profit organization, provides these grants in order to boost employment and improve the startup culture in St. Louis. The 2012 awardees are: Companion Pharma, IDC Projects, Material Mix, Obsorb, Food Essentials, Iveria TV, Med Preps, Pharos Scientific, Graematter, Labor Voices, Observable Networks, and Saturnis. In addition to the grant funds, the 15 winning small businesses will also receive free business mentoring, accounting and legal services, housing and office space discounts, and the possibility of $100,000 in future funding.
via Arch Grants
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