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Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Chancellor Hal Higdon says early investigation shows criminals impersonated a vendor.
Green House Coffee and Affogato Bar launched; White Stag Barber Co. LLC relocated; and Marshfield-based custom graphics business SignEffx moved.
His broadcast, which focuses on politics, finances and entertainment, debuts April 11.
The Dynamic Dozen awards recognize companies and individuals in the Ozarks.
The organizations range in industry from AV and health care advocacy to manufacturing, architecture and craft beer.
The Missouri Technology Corp. issues grant as part of $1 million in statewide entrepreneurial assistance.
Lee Flood succeeds Chelsey Bode, who last year took over full ownership of the company.
Nixa, Ozark and Greene County are among government entities that want to conduct a feasibility study for faster internet speeds.
A couple of local higher education institutions also are part of the burgeoning industry, which exceeded $1 billion in worldwide revenue last year.
Downloads are up by as much as 100% for some in Springfield and Greene County.
Bluebird Underground in Springfield is participating in the corporate program.
Son of Russell Cellular founder takes on new company leadership position.
Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.
The second Queen City store for West Des Moines, Iowa-based Hy-Vee Inc. opened; the Springfield office for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Missouri Chapter moved; and a trio of longtime Ozarks area businesspeople partnered to open Dynamic EVC.
Findings point to shortage of early-stage investments.
Locally, store relocation costs and donations are among expenses factored.
SBJ interviews the CEO and board chair of Jack Henry & Associates Inc.
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.
Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Chamber announces Small Business Award finalists
Volt Credit Union CEO takes job in Florida
Local entrepreneur wins World Series of Poker event