Our Services

The Missouri Partnership team is here to work with your company in finding the perfect location for your business. Our recruiters will work with your team through all of the stages of your project and are an excellent source of information and support as you look at Missouri to expand and grow your business.

Our services are free and include:

  • Vetting available sites
  • Locating new or existing buildings
  • Compiling information on communities and workforce
  • Determining eligibility for business incentives
  • Coordinating labor training
  • Identifying utility availability and costs
  • Facilitating meetings with state government agencies and potential strategic partners.

Missouri Partnership is a public-private economic development partnership designed to increase the visibility of Missouri as a globally competitive business location and attract new jobs and investment to the state. From 2009-2017, we have led or supported the successful recruitment of 140 projects, resulting in more than 18,000 new jobs, more than $924 million in new annual payroll and $2.1 billion in new capital investment.

Missouri Partnership works in partnership with the Missouri Department of Economic Development, the Hawthorn Foundation and economic development agencies across the state. Our team is here to assist you today, in six months, and in six years. We are an expert resource to support you when the time is right to look at Missouri.

Featured Recruiter

Deborah Price

VP of Business Recruitment and General Counsel

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Dennis Pruitt, CECD

Vice President of International Business Recruitment

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Subash Alias

Senior Vice President

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