TechShop

Business
5:22 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

TechShop Looking For Members In St. Louis

artist rendering of TechShop at Boyle and Forest Park Avenues.
(courtesy Cortex)

TechShop, a do-it-yourself industrial workshop, based in seven cities made its pitch Thursday to expand into St. Louis.

More than 200 people attended the TechShop's presentation. The company provides industrial equipment and classes for amateur and professional inventors. It is hoping to open a location in Cortex, St. Louis’ technology district.

But in order to open its doors, TechShop needs 1,000 memberships. Company COO and Vice President of Business Development Dan Woods pushed that point at the presentation.

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Business
9:35 pm
Sun February 9, 2014

St. Louis Looks To Land TechShop

TechShop CEO Mark Hatch says St. Louis has the right elements for the maker's shop company.
Credit (Bart Nagel)

Have an idea but no tools to develop it?

There may soon be a place in St. Louis where entrepreneurs and hobbyists can turn their plans into reality.

TechShop, a company already in seven U.S. cities, provides space, industrial equipment and classes for both amateur and professional inventors.

CEO Mark Hatch said St. Louis has the right elements for the company, including a robust start-up scene.

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