Yearly Archives: 2018

$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

Missouri City Named Among Top Rising Startup Cities In U.S.

Forbes recently released its inaugural list of rising startup cities in the U.S., and St. Louis, Missouri, ranked number two. The rankings highlight the cities low cost of doing business, and ... Read More

Missouri Businesses Awarded $5.1 Million For Workforce Training Assistance

Missouri’s Department of Economic Development’s Division of Workforce Development recently announced it has awarded $5.1 million to 186 companies across Missouri to help train workers for new and existing positions. The ... Read More

Boeing Awarded $9.2 Billion Contract For U.S. Air Force T-X Trainer Jet

Boeing Co., a global aerospace and defense manufacturer, has been awarded a $9.2 billion contract by the U.S. Air Force to produce the T-X trainer jet. Boeing and its partner Saab ... Read More

Missouri Hospital Using Technology To Bring Care To Patients

Missouri-based Mercy Health Care System is transforming the health care industry and how it interacts with patients globally. Mercy is home to the world’s first virtual care center, driven by the ... Read More

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Partners With Wells Fargo To Expand Innovation Incubator

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center recently announced a partnership with Wells Fargo and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to expand the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator, in Missouri. The Danforth Plant ... Read More

Fifteen Missouri Counties Earn Work Ready Status

Fifteen Missouri counties recently earned Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC) status. Knox, Osage, Gasconade, Holt, Atchison, Texas, Gentry, Taney, Worth, Bates, Ralls, St. Clair, Montgomery, Ozark and Cass counties each earned ... Read More

Site Selection: Show Me the Skills

To get a glimpse of the Show Me State’s resourceful nature, just look at its people. Missouri’s workforce boasts a work ethic and high level of skill that can only be ... Read More