Yearly Archives: 2018

Site Selection Magazine: Core Value at the Country’s Core

U.S. remanufacturing produces more than $45 billion of remanufactured goods per year, supporting 180,000 full-time jobs. Missouri’s southwestern corner is the nation’s reman capital, according to a new article from Site ... Read More

Missouri City Ranked Among Top 10 In U.S. For Young Entrepreneurs

St. Louis, Missouri, was recently ranked among the top 10 cities in the U.S. for young entrepreneurs, according to a new study by Lending Tree. The Missouri city came in 7th ... Read More

Missouri Hospital Named Among Best In U.S.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital ranked among the nation’s top 20 hospitals in annual Best Hospitals 2018-2019 ranking, by U.S. News & World Report. Barnes-Jewish tied at No. 11, with Mayo Clinic Phoenix, while ... Read More

Video: Welcome To SouthPointe Business Park

Located in western Missouri, on the outskirts of Missouri’s second largest city, Kansas City – home to half a million people – the SouthPointe Business Park is an 67 acre certified ... Read More

Agtech Company Expands in Kansas City, Missouri

Bayer Crop Science LP recently announced plans for the $42.7 million expansion of its manufacturing facility, in Kansas City, Missouri. The company says the 40,000 sq. ft. expansion will retain 100 existing ... Read More

Artificial Intelligence Startup Expands In Missouri, Adds 10 Jobs

Volley, a Silicon Valley-based artificial intelligence startup that uses machine learning to help businesses train employees, recently expanded with a new office in St. Louis, Missouri. The expansion is expected to ... Read More

Smith Seed Services Chooses Lamar, Missouri for New Seed Coating Plant

The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced today that Smith Seed Services has selected Lamar, Missouri, as the location of its new Midwest seed coating plant. “We are thrilled to welcome ... Read More

Site Selection Magazine: Taking Flight

With two major auto and truck assembly plants, plus another just over its western border, Missouri owns an enviable chunk of North America’s “automotive alley,” which stretches southward from the Great ... Read More

Health Innovation Company Adds 100+ Employees In Missouri

Cerner Corp., a Missouri-based health innovation company, has added more than 100 new employees as it strives to meet its goal of 600 new employees in Kansas City, Missouri. In February, ... Read More

Site Selection Magazine: How to Build a Better Business Climate

Rob Dixon minces few words when outlining his goals for the Missouri Department of Economic Development, in a new article by Site Selection Magazine: “We want to make Missouri the easiest ... Read More