Around 210 people attended the event at Glendalough Convention Center.
The company owned by Mid-Missouri Bank buys Midwest Insurance Associates.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Trusted Advisers event honors 20 businesspeople.
For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, food service, insurance and nonprofit.
Ownership of the family-held Adult Tendercare Center passed to the next generation; Medical Consulting Group moved; and Branson company Robbins Insurance Group was purchased.
An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.
Five local businesses make the annual fast-growth list.
New York Life Insurance Co.'s Ryan J. Hurn: "When it comes to your financial life and the decisions you make, be thoughtful and attentive to where the information comes from."
Ollis/Akers/Arney CEO Richard Ollis: "Conservatively estimating replacement value annually and properly structuring your property insurance policy will ensure a property loss will be paid in full. Work with a professional insurance agent to assist in exploring the various options. Don’t be caught short in these inflationary times."
Ransin Injury Law's David Ransin: "Buyer beware is a well-known concept that is too often overlooked when buying automobile insurance because few consumers simply don’t know what they don’t know."
SBJ interviews the vice president and manager of employee benefits division at Barker-Phillips-Jackson Inc.
The uptick in remote work looks to be a permanent after-effect of pandemic life.
SBJ's 2023 Economic Growth Series documents the fifth year of survey data collected from area business leaders in an effort to provide valuable insights that might better guide local business decision-making.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, health care, insurance, nonprofit and utilities.
Village Meeple Board Game Cafe launched in the Galleria Shopping Center; nearly 30-year-old Rogersville Insurance Agency Inc. closed on the acquisition of Lair Insurance Agency; and Iowa-based restaurant chain Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream put down roots in the Ozarks.
The awards recognize excellence in business, including employee and revenue volumes and impact on the community.
Organizations are recognized for years in business, and Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Roy Blunt.
The congregation at Crossway Baptist Church is building a children’s wing at the west end of the church, and beginning in 2024, it will be home to a Christian academy.