Monthly Archives: October 2018

Site Selection: New Generation

What does it mean to grow the energy sector? Does it refer to helping tech startups and established energy solutions providers expand their businesses? Does it mean utilities finding new ways ... Read More

Plans For Missouri Hyperloop Route Gain Momentum

Plans for a proposed Virgin Hyperloop One route between St. Louis, Columbia and Kansas City, Missouri, are gaining momentum as an official feasibility study is underway. The Missouri Hyperloop Coalition, a ... Read More

Site Selection: Hale & Hearty

From cutting-edge medical treatments to seamless electronic record keeping, Missouri’s innovative health care companies are changing the industry’s landscape around the world, according to a new article from the Site Selection ... Read More

Advanced Manufacturing Company Expands, Adds 300 Jobs In Missouri

Quaker Window Products, Co., a leader in the window and door manufacturing industry, recently announced plans to expand with a new facility in Eldon, Missouri. The company plans to invest up ... Read More

Missouri Company Expands, Adds 30 New Jobs With New HQ

Springfield, Missouri-based Creative Audio recently announced plans to expand in Missouri with a new headquarters and distribution center in the City of Ozark. With the expansion the company intends to hire ... Read More

Five Missouri Companies Among 100 Fastest Growing Inner City Businesses In U.S.

Five Missouri companies recently ranked among the nation’s 100 fastest-growing inner city businesses, according to a new report published by Fortune. Missouri companies on the list include Vazquez Commercial Contracting, LLC (6th), ... Read More

Global Company Invests In Missouri’s Animal Health Industry

Wilbur-Ellis Feed LLC, a division of San Francisco-based global agribusiness Wilbur-Ellis Holdings Inc., recently acquired St. Joseph, Missouri-based Ameri-Pac Inc., a manufacturer of pet and livestock nutrition supplements and ingredients. The company ... Read More

$8 Billion In Development Is Reshaping This Missouri City

“There is almost $8 billion in development going on in the core of St. Louis — right now — and few people know about it,” said John Dubinsky, chairman of Stifel ... Read More

Site Selection: How Springfield Became the Stainless Steel Capital of the U.S.

Just one location in the U.S. produces the vast majority of the stainless-steel equipment used in the beverage and food processing, pharmaceutical, dairy and chemicals industries, according to a new article ... Read More

Missouri Cities Among Top In U.S. For Clean Energy Jobs

St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, were ranked among the top 50 cities in the U.S. for clean energy jobs, according to a new report from Environmental Entrepreneurs, a Washington, D.C.-based ... Read More