The Skandalaris Center provides services and resources to support innovators and entrepreneurs.
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Matches top-tier WashU student with organizations seeking objective insights and applied critical thinking.
Provides engineering undergraduate students the forum to explore their entrepreneurial interests with support from mentors, to use their creativity to develop solutions for real-world problems and to compete for financial resources that could help turn their ideas into businesses.
Entrepreneurial Support Organizations in St. Louis
WashU law students provide advice and legal assistance to individuals and entities in the areas of entrepreneurship and intellectual property. Focus: business/ transactional matters and intellectual property matters.
An opportunity for the WashU community to connect with experts in the Skandalaris Center or remotely, free of charge.
A listing of some of the external competitions open to WashU students, faculty, staff and alumni.
A source for WashU innovation and entrepreneurship news and events.
WashU junior or senior undergraduate and graduate students who have completed a full semester of an Olin course or program can apply for $1,000 in seed funding for their startup.
Provides WashU students, faculty, staff and alumni with the opportunity to learn from and work with professionals with extensive industry experience
Assists WashU faculty in the transfer of technology from the lab to the global marketplace.
Need space for an event? Host it with us! Working on a team and need access to 24-hour meeting space? Request after-hours access to the Center.
The Skandalaris Center has partnered with the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts to pair design students with WashU startups.
An incubator for the creation of news ideas that can advance positive social change as well as generate revenue to create new pathways for social change in St. Louis and beyond.
Provides corporate and individual training to meet your company needs, from cybersecurity to leadership development.
Consulting services, from WashU students, for a variety of clients, ranging from individual faculty members up through multinational corporations. Focus: market research, technology assessment, competitor analysis, business development, and consumer-facing materials.
The WashU community is invited to set an appointment with a member of our team for help with ideas and businesses at any stage. We will work with you to brainstorm ideas, strengthen financial models, draft business plans, perfect pitches, and so much more.