Monthly Archives: April 2016

@MayorSlay & @MayorSlyJames Are Tweet Elite Due to Responsiveness and Engagement

The mayors were graded in the categories of audience, frequency, responsiveness, engagement and influence.  Two Missouri mayors are “Tweet Elite” in a new DCI report.  The report identified the “best of ... Read More

Missouri companies, technology paving the way in innovation

With its location in the Silicon Prairie, low operating costs, turnkey communications infrastructure, and efficient access to global data markets Missouri is making itself an attractive choice for tech companies and ... Read More

Missouri’s Statewide Coordination Key to NGA Selection of St. Louis

NGA selects Missouri as the preferred home of the NGA West. On March 31, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced the preferred new home of the U.S. spy agency’s western regional headquarters ... Read More

Israeli Agtech firm to establish U.S. Headquarters in Missouri

Israeli agtech company NRGene plans to open its U.S. headquarters in Missouri’s Cortex Innovation Community in St. Louis. NRGene develops advanced computational tools and uses big data to identify genetic traits ... Read More

Missouri’s Ag Exports Top $2.28 Billion

Missouri crop and livestock diversity, abundant water supply and rich soil provide a solid, statewide foundation to the AgTech and food processing ecosystems and are key aspects in why Missouri is the ... Read More

Monsanto’s Fraley Discusses the Future of AgTech

Missouri is the global leader in AgTech for many reasons, including the presence of the Monsanto world headquarters. Monsanto is a global AgTech company, providing agricultural products to farmers around the ... Read More

Missouri’s Underground Facilities Offer Unique Business Environment

Hundreds of feet below Missouri are caves teaming with life. But not the life you might imagine. We’re talking about Missouri IT and tech talent, working beneath our feet, as more ... Read More

Kansas City en route to become the most wired, wireless city in the world

Google will begin testing wireless broadband internet capabilities in Kansas City metro areas via targeted radio spectrums to provide fast, available internet to communities not currently served by Google Fiber. Four ... Read More

NASA Comes to Missouri for Training

Earlier this week, veteran NASA astronauts Eric Boe and Sunita Williams flew their T-38 into Spirit of St. Louis Airport, and headed over to the headquarters of Boeing’s Defense, Space and ... Read More

Centene Expands, Opens New Service Center in Ferguson

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon attended the opening and thanked the leadership of Centene “for not only transforming the health of our communities through the work that will be done here, but also ... Read More