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Saint Louis Business Journal Event Recap and an IPO for Investing in the Future of St. Louis

On Tuesday April 26 at the Living World in the St. Louis Zoo, Beyond Housing sponsored an event with the St. Louis Business Journal called Once and for All: The Role of Business in Moving St. Louis Forward.

The event featured a panel of St. Louis business leaders discussing how businesses can partner with other organizations to help address our region’s longstanding challenges and move St. Louis forward.

The panel included Rich Liekweg from BJC HealthCare, Orvin Kimbrough from Midwest BankCentre, Todd Schnuck from Schnuck Markets, Inc., Valerie Patton of Greater St. Louis, Inc., John Berglund of the StarWood Group, and Chris Krehmeyer of Beyond Housing. Robert Modroff of the St. Louis Business Journal moderated the discussion.

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St. Louis’ Challenges Are a Burden for Business. Here’s How We Address Them.

In addition to harmful impact on the lives of St. Louisans, our region’s longstanding challenges—from failing schools to troubling crime rates, slow economic growth, and our steady decline in prosperity and national prominence—have placed a significant burden on St. Louis businesses for several decades.

These challenges negatively impact the quality of our employment base, our ability to recruit talent from other cities, our region’s overall economy and GDP, and our competitiveness in attracting the kinds of economic opportunities that can make our region more successful and competitive in the years ahead.

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Bringing St. Louis Business Leaders Together

Please join us on Tuesday morning, April 26, at the Living World in the St. Louis Zoo for a special event presented by Beyond Housing and hosted by the St. Louis Business Journal called Once and for All: The Role of Business in Moving St. Louis Forward. The event will feature St. Louis business leaders and Beyond Housing CEO Chris Krehmeyer discussing how business can help propel our region forward, once and for all.

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