Monthly Archives: June 2014

Pharma Tech Industries expands in Union, creating 20 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development today announced that Pharma Tech Industries, a pharmaceutical manufacturer and packager, is expanding its operations in Union, creating 20 new jobs. The multi-million-dollar investment will ... Read More

10 Missouri companies make Fortune 500 list; Express Scripts moves to top 20

Nine out of the 10 Missouri companies to make the 2014 Fortune 500 list are based in the St. Louis area. They include: Express Scripts at No. 20; Emerson at No. ... Read More

RiverVest among nation’s best venture firms in medtech industry

RiverVest Venture Partners, the Clayton-based venture capital firm that specializes in life sciences and health care companies, had the highest number of portfolio exits among venture firms that invest in medical ... Read More

Urban Chestnut, Civil Life harness solar power

Both The Civil Life and Urban Chestnut breweries have recently installed solar panels to help them reduce their carbon footprints. The St. Louis company that designed those systems will lead a ... Read More

NorthPoint Development to create 20 new jobs in Riverside

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that NorthPoint Development, a contract development company, will be expanding its operations in Riverside. The expansion project is expected to create 20 ... Read More

Columbia startup company, Influence & Co., to expand and create 22 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development today announced that Influence & Co., a content marketing startup firm in Columbia, is expanding its local presence. The company’s expansion includes a $40,000 capital ... Read More

Missouri named a top state for attracting investment projects in 2013

Gov. Nixon today announced that Area Development magazine has named Missouri as one of only four states to receive a Golden Shovel award, recognizing the Show-Me State as a top state ... Read More

Cambridge Innovation Center to expand St. Louis footprint

News that Cortex officials plan to invest$5 million to renovate the Center for Emerging Technologies and re-brand it as the CIC@CET (Cambridge Innovation Center at the Center for Emerging Technologies) means ... Read More

Kansas City and St. Louis make list of top 50 “cool” American cities

Kansas City and St. Louis both made it onto the list of “America’s 50 Coolest Cities,” according to Ranker. Kansas City is ranked at No. 13, and St. Louis is No. ... Read More

Global plant science company makes St. Louis its North American research center

KWS will invest $13.7 million to locate in BRDG Park, creating 75 new jobs A leading global plant science company has selected St. Louis to be the home of its new ... Read More

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