For decades, St. Louis has experienced brain drain, as talented and diverse workers leave the metro area for opportunities in growing markets that align with their career goals. However, as communication technologies have developed, more and more opportunities are available for fully remote employees, making St. Louis an attractive place to continue their careers and contribute to the community.

Modeled upon Tulsa’s program (, RemoteSTL will seek to engage with stakeholders in the region to promote remote work, encourage entrepreneurs to develop more remote employment opportunities, coordinate resources for remote employees such as co-working spaces, and seek to have a seat at the table with organizations such as Greater St. Louis. The group will also facilitate social events to connect remote workers and bring their ideas and energy into the innovation communities that have developed over the past decade.


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