Plug In2 STL Featuring Project Lift's David McDonald
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CST)
St Louis, MO
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
St. Louis Entrepreneurs & Innovators,
You’re invited to a special evening of networking and special guests, as well as FREE BEER, PIZZA and MUSIC. It all takes place @4240, the new hub that offers a center of gravity within the Cortex Innovation Community.
Featured speaker David McDonald, CEO and co-founder of Project Lift, will share insights and experiences helping healthcare innovators go from seed money to success.
Dougan Sherwood, director of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) and @4240 tenant, will unveil Venture Café, a new networking event series coming to St. Louis.
The buzz around @4240 is getting louder. Join us for this special event and see what Cortex’s newest innovation hub is all about.
(Parking available @4240, at Cortex One at 4320 Forest Park Avenue or on Duncan or Boyle Avenues)
When & Where
Wexford Science & Technology
Wexford Science & Technology, LLC, now part of BioMed Realty, is renovating the second phase of Cortex’s 190,000-square-foot, $73 million @4240 building in into a state-of-the-art, sustainable, multi-tenant laboratory and research facility. Among the building’s first tenants are Washington University’s Offices of Technology Management and Research Administration and Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC-STL). When completed, @4240 will have the capabilities and infrastructure to support a variety of types of research from small start-ups to established corporate users from around the country looking to relocate to or expand within St. Louis. @4240 is part of the $186 million second phase of development at Cortex, which also includes the construction of a $45 million office building for BJC Healthcare and major infrastructure improvements.