The Missouri Partnership is a public-private economic development partnership and a top economic development organization in the US

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It costs less to live in Missouri than it does in most other states, and it takes less time to drive to work, which means you’ll have the time and money to enjoy all the state has to offer.


Missouri established many U.S. firsts with its parks. 




Nationally-ranked symphonies, historic formal gardens, renowned art galleries, and live theater offerings cut a wide artistic arc across Missouri.




Carefully preserved and meticulously managed, Missouri’s past is alive and well at museums and other historic sites.



The majors, the minors, and Missouri’s college teams draw tremendous support in every corner of the state. 



One-of-a-kind attractions

Missouri's hidden treasures run the gamut from St. Louis’s “fun house” City Museum to Columbia’s annual True/False film festival. A generous serving of craft breweries and long-established wineries draw visitors to both urban and rural areas.

A comfortable environment in every way

A true Midwestern state, Missouri shares the climactic attributes of all four corners of the country, but does not experience the extremes of any. Temperatures range between 35 and 80 degrees. Better weather lends itself to higher productivity.

Missouri’s cost of living is also comfortable, with most of its cities coming in well below the U.S. average (C2ER). Nationally ranked hospitals provide peace of mind to companies and their employees.        

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Saint Louis, MO 63105

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Kansas City, MO 64163