Startup Newsletter May 2018

Startup Newsletter
May 2018

Director’s Message
Dave Finklang

Dave Finklang,
Principal + Tax Services

The Results are in: Announcing the Startup Exit Awards Finalists

Seeing St. Louis evolve into a hub for startups, entrepreneurs and innovation has been an exciting journey that we’re happy to be a part of. From a low cost of living, to new funding opportunities and entrepreneurial programs designed to help startups succeed, our city has the resources and dedication to take startups to the next level.

This month, we’re celebrating the startups and entrepreneurs that have contributed to the success of the city’s startup ecosystem in big ways. The nominations are in, and on May 23rd the inaugural St. Louis Startup Exit Awards will honor 17 finalists in the categories of Exits of the Year, Investor of the Year and Top Equity Funding Transactions.  The winner for each of these categories will be announced that evening, along with the Lifetime Achievement Award Winner.

Check out the Exit Awards finalists.

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By: Dave M. Finklang, CPA/CGMA, MBA
Principal + Tax Services

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By: John H. Wolpers, CPA/PFS
Senior + Tax Services

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