The Billiken Angels Network is part of the Entrepreneurship Program of the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University.

Announced in 2007, it started operating in September 2008 with twenty angels ready to invest startup funding and expertise in those businesses that can make a difference in the economy of the St. Louis region, and in the lives of the people living in the region and elsewhere.

For more information, visit Billiken Angels Network.

Billiken Angels Network Articles

It Takes a Village (and Universities Directly Engaging the Startup Ecosystem) to Retain Talent in St. Louis

Diagnostics Tool Developer Secures $1M in Funding to Detect GI Disease

Greetabl founders Zoë Scharf and Joe Fischer

Greetabl Raises $1.5M Funding Round to Expand Platform and Break into New Markets


11 SLU Alumni Who Are Impacting St. Louis’ Tech Scene

A College Startup: SLU’s Student Experience in Entrepreneurship

SLU COOK MBA Classroom-15

How Saint Louis University Led the Entrepreneurial Education Revolution

Founder Series: Kevin Taylor of Hey Let’s Train

STL Startup Funding

STL Startup Funding Guide

Capital Ideas: Jerry Katz of Billiken Angels Network