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(St. Louis on the Air) How Did The Danforth Plant Science Center Attract European Seed Company KWS To St. Louis?
Out of all possible locations in the United States, German seed company KWS chose St. Louis as the site of its North American headquarters. What made St. Louis stand out from the rest?
(St. Louis on the Air) How Did The Danforth Plant Science Center Attract European Seed Company KWS To St. Louis?, Out of all possible locations in the United States, German seed company KWS chose St, , KWS was attracted to the St. Louis region because of its community spirit and because of the world, , and how they were able to land such a big bioscience fish. KWS is the fourth-largest seed company, was enough to get St. Louis and the Center in the running for KWS’ North American research
(Mo.gov) KWS announces new research facility in St. Louis
Gov. Nixon joined company officials of KWS, leaders from the Danforth Center and local economic development partners at BRDG Park to announce the KWS Gateway Research Center that is expected to create 75 high-paying jobs in the next three to five years.
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St. Louis Wins Competitive Search to Land Major Player in Ag Industry
Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem Provides Key Resources for KWS Gateway Research Center 
Ecosystem Provides Key Resources for KWS Gateway Research Center ST. LOUIS, MO, JUNE 16, 2014 – On the five year anniversary of the opening of the BioResearch and Development Growth (BRDG) Park, KWS, as the location for its North American research facility, the KWS Gateway Research Center. KWS and BRDG Park officials said today that KWS is working through the design process to customize a significant, of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. “With the establishment of the KWS Gateway Research Center
Research, Resources and Relationships Attract A Global Ag Leader
KWS found the best in class research, resources and business networks here in St. Louis. These strengths were instrumental to persuade KWS to choose St. Louis as the base to extend the KWS research footprint in a global context.
today. It is a memorable day because KWS has chosen BRDG Park, right here in St. Louis, as the KWS, . These strengths have been instrumental to persuade us to choose St. Louis as our base to extend the KWS research, center in the USA. At KWS, we need to be close to the technological developments and to stay, to personally thank everyone for all the support given to us for making our American dream come true. The KWS Gateway Research Center is a milestone as KWS first foreign research entity and is a big step
Plant Pulse_2_24_15
The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science.
of nitrate pollution now making its way into rivers across the U.S. Explore KWS: Grand Opening Celebration of the KWS Gateway Research Center in St. Louis BRDG Park On Thursday, January 22, 2015 KWS SAAT AG celebrated the grand opening of the KWS Gateway Research Center at BRDG Park. Dr. Léon Broers, member of the Executive Board of KWS gave brief remarks introducing the growing team
Region Lands Major Player in Ag Industry
There is no better way to celebrate BRDG Park’s five year anniversary than to announce that one of the world’s leading seed companies has decided to establish a significant presence in our community.  Specifically, that global agricultural company, KWS, will establish the KWS Gateway Research Center at BRDG Park.
. Specifically, that global agricultural company, KWS, will establish the KWS Gateway Research Center at BRDG, companies and companies like KWS that we hoped to attract to BRDG Park. We knew that we, like every, ; Relationships. So our task was that we needed to convince our friends from KWS that the highly, competition for KWS’s North American research facility from dozens of very fine places: like, of their exhaustive search, representatives from KWS told us that our ability to come together
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem is Flourishing

St. Louis is home to the world’s largest concentration of plant scientists, and more than 750 plant and medical science organizations are based here. Our region has a trained, skilled workforce thanks to its many academic institutions — and a collection of other core assets that make our community attractive for companies.

” (June 17), Tim Barker reported that KWS, one of the world’s leading seed companies, has selected, and others to win this site selection competition. KWS’ decision represents more than just economic promise, as an international plant science and medical research hub. Einbeck, Germany-based KWS, Danforth Plant Science Center. KWS will build a team of at least 75 research and administrative, are planned. In addition to lab and office space, KWS intends to make a significant investment
(Site Selection) Agriculture: Meet Me in St. Louis
Leading global seed company opens Gateway Research Center on Danforth Center Campus.
a good match for that type of thinking in St. Louis, Mo., where Léon Broers, KWS Member of the Executive, .) Founded in Klein Wanzleben, Germany, and now headquartered in Einbeck, KWS now boasts more than, Heidhues, head of R&D Controlling for KWS, says his seven-person site selection team was advised, the country (including a KWS office in Minneapolis), not to mention two hours closer in time zones than, criterion. KWS has co-developed a Roundup-ready sugarbeet with Monsanto as well as licensed some corn
(St. Louis Public Radio) The Power Of WE
Commentary by Sam Fiorello: Yesterday I was proud to be part of a team that announced that St. Louis had been chosen by one of the world's largest companies in the food and agriculture industry for the location of its new North American research facility.
facility. The firm, KWS, a seed company based in Germany with sales in 70 countries, launched its site, it culled their list to two, the Research Triangle and St. Louis. In March, KWS informed us that St. Louis had won the selection process! The plans for the KWS Gateway Research Center call, as a beacon for attracting established companies from across the country and around the world. KWS's, reputation as a plant science and innovation hub. When we asked representatives from KWS what set us
Energized Crowd Attends Inaugural Venture Café @ 39 North

More than 350 people attended the inaugural Venture Cafe Night: 39 North.  Forty-five percent were first time participants.  The positive response to the gathering indicates the incredible interest and varied activities underway in the vibrant innovation sector of St. Louis.  

. Derek Bartlem, KWS; Sam Fiorello, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center; and Vijay Chauhan, GlobalSTL