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Elevate Entrepreneurs is designed to help young businesses succeed.

The business journal is honored for its website, best overall design and best recurring feature.

The relocation is the second in a month for the Springfield-based firm, following a move in Bolivar.

The company employs 6,000 in the area.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, insurance and media.

In the last 18 months, 18 CEOs or executive directors of Springfield-area nonprofits have vacated their positions, according to Brian Fogle, president of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks.

All of the state’s MSAs post decreases in April compared with March, according to latest federal data.

He discusses workforce and supply chain shortages, while also pointing to the future of the city's economic development work.

Evangel's Eveline Lewis: "Even though some see the negative aspects of diversity – such as communication gaps and resistance to change – companies will do well to acquire strategies that promote an empowerment culture, as well as to foster communication and camaraderie within a diverse workplace."

Multicultural Business Association Executive Director Darline Mabins: "It’s important that when people talk about the opportunities that exist right now, they should be able to see themselves in those spaces."

SBJ Editorial Vice President Eric Olson discusses diversity, equity and inclusion with DEI directors.

More and more workplaces are opening up diversity, equity and inclusion, with some larger organizations hiring executive-level DEI professionals to help maintain high standards in those areas.

Efactory and Boys & Girls Clubs will host new training for tech skills.

Thomas Douglas and Marlene Chism write about how to succeed in the business world.

The program now has supported more than $500,000 in transportation requests.

Average weekly pay comes to $1,070 locally.

An interim Department of Higher Education leader is named.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Kyle Moats is on board at least through May 2026 under the agreement.

Efactory and Boys & Girls Clubs will host new initiatives.

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