Spot Content Studio


At Spot, we believe in making content that can inspire, educate and evoke an emotion. We love our work — after all, we get to make videos, podcasts and all that other fun stuff for a living. And because of our team, we’re pretty good at it! Spot has a dedicated core group of super-fun and talented people, “The Spotties,” who work very hard to ensure our clients walk away happy and 100% satisfied. We’re in South City, so come by for a beer! Learn more at


Sewing Hope

The Collective Thread's small-batch manufacturing company was hard-hit by the pandemic, but once they pivoted to making and selling cloth…

Kitchen Collaboration – Part 2

Gibron Jones starts a new model for healthy food in St. Louis.

History’s Heroes

Amid the COVID-19 virus, the Missouri Historical Society is sharing the resilience of St. Louis by exploring the city’s past…

Learning Through Play

Therapists who work with children on the autism spectrum shift their delivery methods to support families during the pandemic.


In the COVID-19 crisis, Gibron Jones adapts his planned food incubator and co-op space to serve thousands of meals each…

Growing Together

EarthDance Organic Farm School Hosts Pay-What-You-Can Drive-Thru Farm Stand in Ferguson.

Data for the Greater Good

Saint Louis University professor Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., uses geospatial techniques to track the spread of the coronavirus.

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Creating Through Crisis

Mee Jey, an immigrant artist from India, tells community stories through her art in St. Louis and abroad.


A Global Community

As the St. Louis region recruits top international talent to its companies, Susan Gobbo is building a support system for…

Susan Gobbo of the International Spouses Meetup Group

Shared Solutions

Through Odd Couples Housing, John Levis is tackling local lodging issues by pairing senior and millennial roommates.

“We think this idea has legs to expand to other communities,” founder John Levis says of Odd Couples Housing.

Game On

With dozens of studios, courses and events, St. Louis is becoming the nation’s next video game development hot spot.

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