Blue Stingray’s Brian Rehg Joins the Board of St. Louis Makes

Blue Stingray’s Brian Rehg Joins the Board of St. Louis Makes


March 27, 2019 — St. Louis, MO — Manufacturing nonprofit St. Louis Makes is adding a new member to its Board of Directors. Brian Rehg, CEO of enterprise software developer Blue Stingray, joined the Board last month to provide expert guidance on enterprise resource planning and logistics solutions.

St. Louis Makes is a non-profit organization committed to helping St. Louis-area manufacturing companies engage in best practices in product management, business development, and new product development. In his role on the Board, Rehg will contribute skills that help manufacturers gain their full potential with affordable, modern digital platforms.

“Today’s manufacturers get ahead the fastest with integrated ERP, eCommerce, and web-based tools,” said Marc Bowers, Executive Director and Founder of St. Louis Makes. “With Brian on the board, we will have access to the digital selling knowledge to assist in manufacturing sector growth.”

Bowers and Rehg connected through a 2018 partnership between Blue Stingray and St. Louis Makes. The organizations worked together on a variety of manufacturing initiatives designed to propel the region’s small and medium-sized manufacturers to a global scale. The success of this partnership led to Rehg’s invitation to join the Board, Bowers said.

“My areas of expertise are product development, product management, and growing manufacturing businesses,” Bowers said. “Brian’s knowledge on the digital side of those efforts, all in service of our mission to grow manufacturing revenue for our amazing homegrown companies, will help companies grow resulting in quality job creation.”

Learn more about St. Louis Makes and their mission at To contact Rehg with questions about cloud-based software solutions custom-built for manufacturers, visit

Blue Stingray has been, and continues to be, a vital part of our e-commerce team.”

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