Monthly Archives: January 2016

Missouri among the top states for tech funding

According to Startland News, Missouri ranked 4th among Midwest states for tech funding from 2010-2015. Total tech investment in Missouri totaled $1.129 billion. The only Midwest states experiencing higher tech investment from ... Read More

Vest Fiber to expand employment in Moberly

Denmark based Vest Fiber has announced an expansion of its employment in the United States due to the strength in the wind turbine industry. Based in Tarm, Denmark the global provider ... Read More

Another Great Year for Missouri: 58 expansions, 5,700 new jobs and $473M investment

Among the headlines for this week’s development news: 2015 was another great year for Missouri, State’s general revenue report shows growing economy, Automotive sector helping drive state’s economy, Missouri’s graduation rate ... Read More

New plastics manufacturer creating 17 jobs in Farmington

Industrial plastics manufacturer PolySol is relocating its headquarters from Michigan where it was founded nearly two years ago to Farmington, Missouri, where it plans to create 17 jobs and make a ... Read More

Radioactive isotopes business moves forward with plans to locate in Columbia

How many people does it take to produce two milk jug-size bottles of radioactive isotopes? A company called Northwest Medical Isotopes thinks it will take between 75 and 85 employees to produce ... Read More

Midwest Metalcraft adds eight jobs, boosts manufacturing capacity in Windsor

The Missouri Department of Economic Development today announced that a Windsor-based company specializing in industrial food processing equipment is adding a second location in Windsor where it will add eight new ... Read More

Wash U part of $240 million effort to map 200,000 genomes for clues to common diseases

The federal government is funding a monumental project to map 200,000 human genomes in an effort to understand the genetic causes of common diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, epilepsy and ... Read More

Governor Nixon Highlights Missouri’s Automotive Manufacturing Excellence During Detroit Auto Show

Earlier this week in Detroit, representatives from the U.S. automotive industry met with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, along with Mike Downing, Director, Missouri Department of Economic Development during the Missouri Partnership’s “Missouri ... Read More

Charter Communications bringing over 200 new jobs to St. Louis-area

Charter Communications plans to bring more than 200 new jobs to the St. Louis-area with the development of a new call center. Formerly Northwest Plaza Shopping Center with its trademark rotunda, ... Read More

Square starts move into new Cortex office space

Square Inc. has started the transition from its temporary office space in the CIC@CET building to its newly developed space in @4240, where it plans to hire 200 workers for its ... Read More