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Open for Business: Moseley’s Discount Office Products

Moseley’s Discount Office Products was purchased; Side Chick opened in Branson; and the Springfield franchise store of NoBaked Cookie Dough changed ownership.

Utah-based gourmet cookie chain Crumbl Cookies opened its first Springfield shop; interior design business Branson Upstaging LLC relocated; and Lauren Ashley Dance Center LLC added a second location.

Artist Tiffany Collins moved her Nixa art gallery, Lucid TLC Arts LLC, to a new location; a crystal jewelry maker who started on Etsy expanded with a storefront; and Fleur Floral Studio LLC transitioned to a home-based venture.

Mod On Trend opened in Battlefield Mall; a Springfield drink shop had an ownership change; and Medical spa Hydration Sensation Wellness & Beauty LLC debuted downtown.

The Kebab Shack opened; Hitch Goods launched; and The War Zone Springfield moved.

Hidden Grounds Coffee House opened at The Fairbanks; Citizens Memorial Hospital launched a new clinic; and Springfield entrepreneur Mark Burgess brought a retro entertainment concept to town.

The Wheelhouse, a Mexican-Thai fusion restaurant, changed ownership; Ozark-based Clear Creek Golf Car and Vehicles LLC acquired local competitor Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles; and marijuana company The Farmer’s Wife changed hands.

A pair of Republic natives opened Miss Boston’s Cocktail Lounge LLC; a mother and son launched DIY Marketing Strategies for Small Business; and Classics Pizza Co. opened.

The Gochu LLC opened at Nixa food hall 14 Mill Market; HOA Management Specialists changed hands; and Chick-fil-A launched on the north side of Springfield.

Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.

Sit and Spin Studio opened; Bloom Well Family Wellness relocated; and Complete Care Clinic got its start.

The Center for Music Therapy and Wellness LLC relocated its clinic; independent brokerage Gateway Real Estate added a second location; and Mythical ’Wich got its start.

Restaurant veteran Stephanie Wigger teamed up with a couple of her friends on The Gypsy High-End Eatables & Desserts; London Calling Pasty Co. added a store at 14 Mill Market; and Staggs Financial Services opened.

The Arc of the Ozarks opened its $10 million Autism and Neurodevelopmental Center; Branson couple Ed and Dawn Smith turned an interest in vintage automobiles into a business; and Highway 76 Strip in Branson gained its first Chick-fil-A eatery.

Italian restaurant Amici opened; Springfield-based law firm Neale & Newman LLC moved its Branson office; and an O’Reilly Auto Parts hub store launched.

Katie Shelton took over ownership of Springfield Mercantile Co.; Little Sunshine’s Enterprises Inc. relocated its headquarters; and Cowork Collective opened.

Garbo’s Pizzeria passed the reins to second-generation ownership; Mercy Clinic Family Medicine and Obstetrics opened in Aurora; and siblings Ashley Johnson and Austin Long purchased Flourish Family Doulas.

A husband and wife made their first foray into the food industry; Snyder Equipment consolidated its local operations; and Ernie Biggs Dueling Piano Bar changed ownership.

Clothing retailer Kimberly & Co. LLC moved to its own shop in Battlefield Mall; Sugar Stop Candy Shop launched at a Signal Food Store; and food truck Whatever You Want got its start.

Howler Co., an outdoor gear retailer with mountain biking roots, opened; Table Rock Community Bank launched its newest branch; and Horton Electric Service was acquired.

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