As foreign-born in the St. Louis region are 60 percent more likely than native-born to start a business, the Mosaic Project wants to connect immigrant entrepreneurs to the resources to successfully launch a business. Increasing the number of immigrants who start high-tech or neighborhood business will add to St. Louis’ economic prosperity.

The Mosaic Project has worked closely with and has been a key navigator for immigrant entrepreneurs in high-tech and neighborhood startups.

The organization is the supporter within the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership for immigrant entrepreneur companies (called the Mosaic awards) for the Accelerate Challenge and has worked with most of the foreign-born entrepreneurs coming through Arch Grants and the other competitions.

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