Monthly Archives: April 2014

Tech company to bring headquarters and 80 new jobs to Kansas City, Gov. Nixon announces

Missouri is gaining another high-tech headquarters, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today. Currently based in Omaha, Neb., Mindmixer, an online hosted engagement software company, has selected Kansas City to be its new ... Read More

Linn State Technical College One of the Top 10 community colleges in the US according to Bankrate

Practical experience is the focus of Linn State Technical College in Linn, Mo. The reason this school boasts a 95 percent job-placement rate is because it goes to significant lengths to ... Read More

Google Fiber picks KC to test business service

After nearly two years of insisting they “hang in there,” Google Inc. is recruiting Kansas City companies to test a Google Fiber small business product. Kansas City will be the first ... Read More

Schreiber Foods schedules Carthage plant expansion

Plans to expand a Schreiber Foods plant to eventually add 160 new jobs have been endorsed by a Carthage committee working with the company. Andrew Tobish, director of combinations for Schreiber, ... Read More

LightEdge’s opening is the start of something big at SubTropolis

The Wednesday opening of LightEdge Solutions Inc., the anchor tenant for a new underground data center campus in Kansas City’s SubTropolis business park, is expected to be the start of something ... Read More

FiberGlass Tank Solutions Bringing Jobs to Camdenton

Anew business will soon be occupying space at the Camdenton Business Park. In the city of Camdenton’s regularly scheduled April 15, 2014 board of aldermen meeting, the board announced the approval ... Read More

Aegis Communications to hire 150 workers in Joplin

Aegis Communications Group says it plans to hire 150 workers for full-time jobs at its Joplin call center. The company says the hiring will begin this month, with the first 50 ... Read More

SCD Probiotics continues to expand KC operations

Less than a month ago, SCD Probiotics moved into its new headquarters at 1710 Walnut St., the former headquarters of Fishnet Security. The new space is 10,000-square-feet and provides 5,200 more ... Read More

Kemin Industries to announce $14 million expansion, expected creation of 24 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) and Kemin Industries today announced that Kemin will expand its production facility in Verona, Mo. The 5-year expansion plan includes a more than $14 ... Read More

DED announces Pepsi MidAmerica will expand to Cape Girardeau, expected creation of 74 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Pepsi MidAmerica will expand to Cape Girardeau and construct a new customer service center in the Greater Cape Girardeau Business Park. ... Read More