Foundation / Corporation
Grants of up to $50,000 and in-kind services to USA, Canada, and International startup companies to support business growth and development in St. Louis, Missouri. Funding is intended to recruit companies from a range of industries with the potential to strengthen the local economy, foster entrepreneurship, and revitalize the community. Companies must relocate to St. Louis, Missouri, for at least one year.
Arch Grants is not only a source of equity-free funding for early stage startups, but it’s an opportunity to root your business within a growing entrepreneurial hub surrounded by a community of mentors, collaborators and resources.
In addition to monetary awards, Arch Grants recipients receive:
Past companies have been in the following industries:
Agricultural technology, biotechnology, business-to-business products, business-to-business services, civic technology, clean energy, consumer products, consumer services, cyber security, education technology, enterprise software, fashion, financial technology, food, geospatial technology, hardware technology, health care, information technology, life sciences, logistics and transportation, manufacturing, medical device, mobile applications, regulatory technology, social media, social venture, and sustainability.
GrantWatch ID#: 170716
What is Offered:
- $50,000 equity-free funding
- An ecosystem of pro bono resources, including legal, accounting, marketing, HR, startup business development, etc.
- Networking opportunities with some of the region’s most prestigious investors and VCs
- Immigration/visa assistance (as needed)
October 11, 2021-October 11, 2022: Arch Grants Awardees Program Year
If you are selected as an Arch Grant recipient, you will need to be located in St. Louis, full time, by late October. Exact dates will be sent to you with your offer to become a grant recipient.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online (from April 1): https://arch-grants.smapply.org/
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospective applicants may email the Competition Manager, Julie Maurer at email@example.com.
911 Washington Avenue, Suite 420
St. Louis, Missouri 63101
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