Arnoldo Müller-Molina was planning to build his business in his native Costa Rica until he read about a St. Louis group that was giving away money.
Seven months later, he has a downtown St. Louis office to call his own, and he’s about to begin recruiting U.S. clients, employees and investors.
Müller-Molina, 31, is the founder of simMachines, a pioneer in the field of similarity searching. Instead of finding exact search terms like a typical search engine, similarity software finds a “fuzzy” match. Read more on St. Louis Post Dispatch.