Monthly Archives: September 2016

Food Solutions Company Expands With New Missouri Facility

Vital Farms, the largest brand of pasture-raised eggs in the U.S., broke ground on its new 82,140 sq. ft. facility in Springfield, Missouri. The company chose to expand in the Springfield ... Read More

Missouri Talent to Build Additional $7 Billion in Boeing Military Jets

Boeing’s Missouri-based Defense Space and Security division has attained approval to sell Missouri-made fighter jets to Kuwait and Qatar. The deal worth an estimated $7 billion has the possibility of adding ... Read More

Missouri Universities Rank Among Top U.S. Colleges

Washington University in St. Louis has been ranked the No. 11 U.S. college by the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ ranking place Washington University in a tie with Johns Hopkins for ... Read More

Missouri Ranks 9th In The Nation For Infrastructure

Missouri has been ranked 9th in the nation for infrastructure, according to a new report from Site Selection Group. The Show-Me-State also ranked highly in road quality coming in at number eight ... Read More

More Businesses Choosing Missouri Each Year

Missouri saw a net growth of 5 percent or 8,742 private sector employers in 2015 from 2014, according to a new study published by the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED). ... Read More

Missouri Governor, British Consul General Highlight Missouri/UK Connection

Professionals from private businesses and economic development organizations gathered this week for an event at the private residence of the United Kingdom (UK) Consul General for the Midwestern U.S. The event ... Read More

Iconic Missouri Ice Cream Shop Named Best In The World

Ted Drewes, one of Missouri’s most iconic eateries, has been named “best ice cream in the world” in SoolNua’s second annual #worldICECREAMindex ranking. More than 20 ice cream and frozen custard ... Read More

Three Missouri Cities Named In Top Five Nationwide For Startup Growth

The Missouri cities of St. Louis, Springfield and St. Joseph have all been ranked in the top five cities for fastest startup growth nationwide, according to Kansas City, Missouri also ... Read More

66 Billion Reasons Why Missouri Is The Global Leader In Agtech

One of the largest mergers ever is happening right now in the world of agtech as Bayer and Missouri’s St. Louis-based Monsanto have agreed to a $66 billion definitive merger agreement. ... Read More

Missouri and Japan Build Stronger Economic Connections

Missouri, the Hawthorn Foundation and Governor Jay Nixon hosted the 2016 Midwest US Japan Association Conference in St. Louis. And it’s clear that connections between Missouri and Japan are strong and ... Read More