Monthly Archives: October 2018

Multiple Missouri Companies Named Among Best Workplaces For Women In U.S.

Four Missouri-based companies have been named among the best workplaces for women in the U.S., according to a new study by Fortune. Edward Jones, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Veterans United Home Loans and ... Read More

Site Selection: Taney County, Music to Business Ears

Located on Missouri’s southern border with Arkansas, Taney County is home to world-famous tourist destination, Branson, Missouri. And while tourism is the region’s bread and butter, its business acumen should not ... Read More

Site Selection: A Step Ahead, A Step Above

Students in Missouri have a unique opportunity to get a jump-start on their careers before they’ve even finished high school, according to a new article from the Site Selection team. Located ... Read More

Site Selection: 21st Century College, 21st Century City

Kansas City is quickly becoming known as one of the leading “Smart Cities” in America, and University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC) is educating the innovative talent needed to move ... Read More

Missouri Governor Signs Foreign Direct Investment Proclamation

Missouri Governor Mike Parson made history recently by signing the state’s first Open Investment Policy statement, declaring that Missouri’s economy is stronger because of its successful attraction of foreign direct investment, ... Read More

Missouri Named Among Most Intriguing Travel Destinations For 2019

The Wall Street Journal recently named Missouri among the top 10 most intriguing travel destinations in the world for 2019. The Show Me State ranked number six on the list. The ... Read More

Site Selection: Putting Down Roots

From the sweet sounds of Branson, to the cultural amenities of St. Louis and delectable BBQ joints in Kansas City, the Show Me State offers a unique and enjoyable lifestyle for ... Read More

Site Selection: Innovation City

St. Louis’ bioscience cluster was ranked the sixth largest in the nation – ahead of Boston, Cleveland and San Diego – by the National Cluster Mapping Project, according to a new ... Read More

T-Mobile Call Center Grows, Adds 125 New Jobs In Springfield, Missouri

T-Mobile USA Inc., a nationwide wireless network operator, recently announced plans to grow its call center operations in Springfield, Missouri, adding 125 new jobs. The telecommunications company currently employs roughly 850 ... Read More

Missouri Cities Rank Among Top In U.S. For Jobs

St. Louis, Missouri, was recently ranked the second best city in the nation on Glassdoor’s 2018 list of “Best Cities for Jobs,” while Kansas City, Missouri, came in at number 11. ... Read More