Candid Conversation with Ginger Imster, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership
Ginger leads the strategy, and day-to-day management of four business incubators and investments made through the Helix Fund, and manages the Partnership’s ambitious innovation efforts locally, domestically, and internationally.
Ginger works closely with public and private organizations to build the value proposition for entrepreneurial talent to see opportunity in St. Louis.
In her role with the Partnership, Ginger served in an integral role in drafting St. Louis’s proposal to Amazon and will share her thoughts on the experience and how our region can leverage the work into the future.
About St. Louis Economic Development Partnership
Established in 2013, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership brings together the economic development agencies from St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis to drive growth, generate prosperity and catalyze investment throughout the region. The Partnership provides a broad range of services, including business expansion and retention, entrepreneurial support (financing and incubators), real estate and community development and international trade support through World Trade Center St. Louis.
About the Candid Conversation Series: Candid Conversations is a ULI members-only program, limited to 15 ULI members. Pre-registration is required. Attendees are encouraged to participate in a lively discussion during the meeting. This program will be an invaluable and unique opportunity to spend quality face-to-face time with community leaders in St. Louis. If forming relationships with civic leaders in a small, informal gathering would be beneficial to you, then this is the meeting for you.
Date & Time:
Friday, April 27, 2018
7:30 am – 9:00 am
$25 and includes continental breakfast
(ULI Members Only event)
St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, Suite 2200
7733 Forsyth Blvd.| St. Louis, MO | 63105
Parking & Transportation:
Off-street parking is available in the garage off of Forsyth. For those taking MetroLink, the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership office is approximately 0.4 mi west of the Forsyth Station.