St. Louis Economic Development Newsletter showcases STL Mosaic 10 years

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Catch the latest news from around the region | June 2023






Meridian Medical Technologies Expands, Creating More Jobs For The St. Louis Region

The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (STL Partnership), Missouri Department of Economic Development and other community organizations, recently helped Meridian Medical Technologies, a Kindeva Drug Delivery Company expand manufacturing capabilities in Bridgeton, Missouri. The new facility, expected to be completed in 2024, will foster more jobs for the St. Louis region and increase the production of new medicines for customers worldwide.


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Around The Region


USDA to break ground on replacement $115M food safety laboratory, at site of former St. Louis County convent


St. Louis’ new geospatial identity is emerging, and people across the country are noticing


St. Louis-area governments get $6.6M in grants to spark industrial site development


Advanced manufacturing center aims to create jobs




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39 North AgTech Innovation District Becomes 501(c)3 Organization

The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (STL Partnership), along with anchor institutions Greater St. Louis, Inc., City of Creve Coeur, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, CoverCress, Inc., Benson Hill, and Bayer Crop Science, announced the establishment of the 39 North AgTech Innovation District as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.


The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center hosted the 39 North: Now and Next event to announce the new entity and executive director of 39 North, Emily Lohse-Busch.


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St. Louis Mosaic Project Celebrates Its 10-Year Anniversary



Over the last ten years, hundreds of immigrants have jump started their networking and many have found jobs because of one introduction to a local professional made by the St. Louis Mosaic Project, an initiative of the non-profit World Trade Center-St. Louis.


Today, the St. Louis Mosaic Project announces its 10th year of work toward its goal of transforming St. Louis into the fastest-growing major metropolitan area for immigration by 2025.


“The Mosaic Project uses a unique breadth of attraction strategies that have lasting impact for the region’s economic growth,” said Rodney Crim, CEO & President of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, parent organization for the World Trade Center-St. Louis and the Mosaic Project.



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Darrell Scott Named in “Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know to Succeed in Business”



Darrell Scott, Vice President of Business Finance, at STL Partnership is named a “Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know to Succeed in Business” by St. Louis Small Business Monthly.


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St. Louis Promise Zone Annual Report



The Promise Zone catalyzes a more equitable and thriving region through radical collaboration, alignment, and intentional, strategic investment in our most disadvantaged communities.


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Wellington Family Homes Groundbreaking Ceremony


St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (STL Partnership) joined local officials, community leaders, and partners for the Wellington Family Homes groundbreaking ceremony in Wellston, Missouri.


The family home community reinvestment is projected to have a significant and lasting economic impact for the City of Wellston.


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World Trade Center Hosts Chinese Delegation at Missouri Botanical Garden


The World Trade Center St. Louis and St. Louis-Nanjing Sister City Committee welcomed a delegation from Jiangsu Province and Nanjing, China on May 23 at the Missouri Botanical Garden.


Fang Wei, Vice Governor of Jiangsu Province, and Zhiyi Deng, Vice Mayor of Nanjing, led a ceremony to present St. Louis with a dragon boat that symbolizes the 44th anniversary of the St. Louis and Nanjing sister city relationship. Jared Boyd, Chief of Staff for St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones, accepted the dragon boat on behalf of St. Louis.


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