Monthly Archives: February 2016

Global IT company invests $1.8 million in Chesterfield facility, creating 60 new jobs

Netelligent’s expansion in Chesterfield highlights Missouri’s position as national leader in technology job growth Netelligent, a leading provider of technology solutions, plans to hire an additional 60 employees at its Chesterfield ... Read More

MasterCard’s new transaction app built in O’Fallon

MasterCard has added an in-app payment system to its digital wallet service, MasterPass. The new set of capabilities, built by developers working in MasterCard’s O’Fallon, Mo., Operations Center, was debuted at ... Read More

Ground broken for Rolla solar farm

Solar energy farm currently under construction at the Hy Point Industrial Park in Rolla could provide enough energy to be consumed by about 300 to 350 average size homes annually when ... Read More

Aerospace manufacturer will expand, add 46 jobs in Lee’s Summit

HIgh Tech Solutions LLC that is expected to triple the manufacturer’s workforce and footprint within five years. Lee’s Summit has approved a $14.4 million headquarters relocation and expansion project for High ... Read More

Global advanced manufacturer growing, investing nearly $7 million in KC

Multivac, a global leader in packaging solutions for food, medical, consumer and industrial products, will undergo a $6.9 million expansion of its U.S. headquarters in Kansas City where it expects to ... Read More

Pharmaceuticals, Packaging, Technology, and… Cheeseburgers???

Numerous companies announce plans to move to, or expand in, Missouri In a busy two weeks for economic development companies from around the world choose Missouri as a home for their ... Read More

Online retailer Yogabed chooses Missouri for new distribution center

The Atlanta-based mattress retailer’s decision to open a new distribution and fulfillment center in Chesterfield Valley was largely influenced by Missouri’s strategic location. Yogabed expects to employ 10 to 20 workers ... Read More

Missouri cities named among top cities for women-owned businesses, tech

Kansas City and St. Louis both took home high rankings among women-owned businesses, while St. Louis was named as new tech center. named Kansas City and St. Louis as top ... Read More

Missouri tech startup Bonfyre expects to double workforce size in 2016

Bonfyre Inc., the creator of a private social communication platform, announced plans to double its presence in St. Louis with the addition of 12 new high-paying jobs this year, bringing total ... Read More

Missouri-based companies continue to lead the world in AgTech

It seems every day we hear about another Missouri-based companies leading the AgTech industry.   Whether through the latest in animal health, big data and precision agriculture, seed development, or new ... Read More