Schmelly’s Dirt Farm took home the grand prize at the 5th annual Startup St. Bernard presented by the Meraux Foundation and St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation. The composting business was selected by a panel of judges out of a pool of three finalists who pitched their businesses in front of an audience of over a hundred on Friday at Docville Farm. Schmelly’s was awarded $40,000 in cash and over $43,000 in in-kind services to help them scale their business, which will expand into St. Bernard Parish. The other two finalists, Breathing Waters and DaParish Kayaks received $5,000 each.
Startup St. Bernard organizers, The Meraux Foundation and St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation have announced the three finalists selected to compete for nearly $90,000 in prizes in the yearly competition: Breathing Waters, Da Parish Kayaks, and Schmelly’s. The 5thAnnual Startup St. Bernard competition is being held in conjunction with New Orleans Entrepreneur Week on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center relocating to the the St. Claude Arts campus in the Old Arabi Cultural Arts District in St. Bernard Parish.
Startup St. Bernard organizers announce opening of entry period and new format for annual business pitch competition.
It pays to shop local in St. Bernard Parish. Pick up your St. Bernard Shop Small Passport and support your favorite small businesses. Turn you your completed passport for a chance to win several prizes including a $200 Gulf Coast Bank gift card! See below for full details.
Winner of 2018 Startup St. Bernard officially opens November 19 at 1800 East Judge Perez Drive in Chalmette.
September 17, 2018 (Chalmette, Louisiana): Upon opening an online clothing boutique in November 2015, Aniston Lane owners Mandi St. Romain Tregle and Merissa St.
This week, the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF) is celebrating the Annual Economic Development Week. What is economic development? It is a question we are asked regularly.
St. Bernard Parish Government, in partnership with the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF), is sweetening the pot for motion-picture film, digital, and television productions with the announcement of a new tax incentive program, “Film St. Bernard.” The program was created to encourage growth and investment in St. Bernard Parish by offering a rebate for lodging, payroll expenses, and other production expenditures made within the parish.