August 30, 2013

The St. Louis Business Journal

By Brian Feldt

St. Louis has been graced with a string of new business accelerators and investment funds this year. But the fact remains that startup companies are having a tough time raising money.

That’s according to Andrew Hoyne, a shareholder in the law firm Polsinelli who represents several life-science and technology-based firms. Hoyne hopes a set of new Securities and Exchange Commission regulations for the JOBS Act, which take effect Sept. 23, will help those startups raise money, both locally and on a national scale. 

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