Information Technology

Missouri Cities Rank Among Top In U.S. For Jobs

St. Louis, Missouri, was recently ranked the second best city in the nation on Glassdoor’s 2018 list of “Best Cities for Jobs,” while Kansas City, Missouri, came in at number 11. ... Read More

Missouri Businesses Awarded $5.1 Million For Workforce Training Assistance

Missouri’s Department of Economic Development’s Division of Workforce Development recently announced it has awarded $5.1 million to 186 companies across Missouri to help train workers for new and existing positions. The ... Read More

Fifteen Missouri Counties Earn Work Ready Status

Fifteen Missouri counties recently earned Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC) status. Knox, Osage, Gasconade, Holt, Atchison, Texas, Gentry, Taney, Worth, Bates, Ralls, St. Clair, Montgomery, Ozark and Cass counties each earned ... Read More

Site Selection: Show Me the Skills

To get a glimpse of the Show Me State’s resourceful nature, just look at its people. Missouri’s workforce boasts a work ethic and high level of skill that can only be ... Read More

Missouri Universities Named Among Best In U.S.

Washington University, in St. Louis, Missouri, was recently named among the best U.S. colleges in an annual ranking by U.S. News and World Report. The Missouri university tied for the 19th ... Read More

Professional Services Company Expands In Kansas City, Missouri

Lincoln Rackhouse, a division of Lincoln Property Co., recently announced that it has acquired a data center campus in Kansas City’s AirWorld Center covering nearly 260,000 sq. ft. According to the ... Read More

Two Missouri Cities Ranked Among Best In Midwest For Startups

St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, have been ranked among the best cities in the Midwest for startups in 2018 by MidwestStartups.com. St. Louis ranked fourth on the list of 54 ... Read More

Artificial Intelligence Startup Expands In Missouri, Adds 10 Jobs

Volley, a Silicon Valley-based artificial intelligence startup that uses machine learning to help businesses train employees, recently expanded with a new office in St. Louis, Missouri. The expansion is expected to ... Read More

Site Selection Magazine: How to Build a Better Business Climate

Rob Dixon minces few words when outlining his goals for the Missouri Department of Economic Development, in a new article by Site Selection Magazine: “We want to make Missouri the easiest ... Read More

Site Selection Magazine: Show Me the Tax Cuts

When the Governor of Missouri issued his call for tax reform last year, he said it was no time to be timid. Challenging his new Department of Revenue Director Joel Walters ... Read More