In Missouri we understand that relocating or expanding into a new area can be intimidating and even a bit challenging. With so many different risk factors and potential challenges it is important to make sure you choose a state with a long history of actively working to reduce your company’s risks.
In Missouri, we reduce your expansion risk through first-class support and site selection assistance. Think of us as your business expansion concierge service. Our team is committed to your success and works statewide to find the best solutions for your unique business goals and challenges.
Missouri’s Certified Sites Program also reduces your risk by ensuring there has already been a comprehensive review of items including the availability of utilities, site access, environmental concerns, land use conformance, and potential site development costs. Having a site “certified” reduces the risk associated with development of particular sites by providing up front and consistent information.
Additionally, Missouri’s 50+ years of a AAA bond rating is representative of our solid financial acumen and stable financial foundations.
Get in touch today, and find out how we can help make your next business expansion or site search as simple, efficient and low risk as possible.
There are cost advantages to working out of Missouri. Corporate taxes, fuel taxes and property taxes are very low in the state. Utility costs among the lowest in the country.— Hugh Gilmore / Integrated Wind Energy
For manufacturing, overall costs of labor, utilities, cost of land and buildings and the skilled labor pool, Missouri is one of the best values in the country.— Patrick Leinert / Leinco Technologies
Today there are more financial services firms headquartered in St. Louis than in any other city in the U.S. besides New York. That’s okay. Good competitors make you better.— Jim Weddle / Edward Jones
Springfield is so diversified and so entrepreneurial. There’s opportunity here, even in a down time. That tells you something about the resiliency of the people and the local economy.— Jack Stack / SRC