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It's the only Springfield metro area company on the list.

Advertising Plus acquired Yates Promotions; the third Scooter’s Coffee franchise store in the Springfield area opened; and The Hive opened in Willard.

The ongoing difficulties for businesses finding talent to occupy openings or new positions within their company are partially the fault of the employer, according to a Harvard Business School professor.

The nonprofit group is seeking to address challenges and opportunities for local companies.

Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.

Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual event is scheduled March 19.

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.

The newest branch for Old Missouri Bank opened; a pair of friends teamed up in Branson to launch Summit Nightlife; and Karen Maxson decided to strike her own tune with personalized ukulele instruction through Ukulele Academy of the Ozarks.

Beyond Bliss marks a first-time restaurant venture for Chainey family.

Seven Hills Veterinary Clinic and Alps Pharmacy are among the honorees.

Chad Courtney and Charles Taylor are supported by the business organization's board.

An entrepreneurial married couple entered the beverage industry; Republic Ford Lincoln changed hands; and Bridgestone Retail Operations LLC opened its fourth Springfield location for Firestone Complete Auto Care.

Two restaurant ventures are relocating.

Nuke’s Italian Beef and Chicago Dogs is set to debut in April.

Bree’s Little Closet opens a storefront in addition to the traveling boutique.

The owners of Garden Adventures, a Nixa-based plant nursery, expanded into Springfield; the office total for Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law neared double digits in southwest Missouri; and a certified public accountant became a first-time business owner in Branson.

Greene County gears up to distribute more federal stimulus relief dollars.

A February or March date is set for the 1816 S. Glenstone Ave. microbrewery.

Corwin Automotive Group relocated its operations; the city of Nixa opened its first park for dogs; and Rise Coffee Co. transitioned to a brick-and-mortar shop.

Ryan Mooney transitions to vice president of economic development for the bank.

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