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LaunchCode Investing in Missouri Headquarters, Expanding Class Sizes

LaunchCode, a non-profit organization that works with businesses to set up apprenticeships in technology for people who lack the traditional tech credentials, recently announced plans to invest in its St. Louis-based ... Read More

Site Selection: Forward Progress

Despite a global pandemic, companies are still investing in Missouri thanks to its famed midwestern work ethic and value for business. That is according to a new article from Site Selection ... Read More

A Look At Our Pipeline

Missouri Partnership CEO, Subash Alias, provides an inside look at our organization’s pipeline and discusses Missouri’s role in assisting growing companies during the pandemic. With just under two months remaining in ... Read More

Harris-Stowe State University Launches Workforce Development Center in Missouri

Harris-Stowe State University (HSSU) partnered with the nonprofit Community Impact Network to open a new center to provide higher-education and job training opportunities to underserved residents in Missouri. “We could not ... Read More

Missouri Partnership’s Dennis Pruitt Named Economic Developer of The Year

Missouri is “The State of Champions,” and one of those champions just happens to work at Missouri Partnership. Our very own Vice President of Business Development, Dennis Pruitt, was recently named ... Read More

Missouri: Low Taxes, High Possibilities

Businesses looking for a state with low taxes and high possibilities need to look no further than Missouri. In 2020, Missouri’s corporate income tax rate dropped to 4 percent. This gave Missouri ... Read More

Engineered Tax Services Expands into Missouri

Engineered Tax Services (ETS) announced they have acquired both St. Louis-based The Growth Partnership (TGP) and the ABLE CRM platform. ETS plans to retain all current jobs and add an additional ... Read More

Accolades Continue to Roll in As Missouri Cities Named Among 2020’s Best Cities for Young Professionals

Multiple Missouri cities have been named among “2020’s Best Cities for Young Professionals” by Niche. St. Louis (39), Columbia (89), Kansas City (93), and Springfield (180) all made the list. The ... Read More

Missouri Unveils Plans for New Workforce Development Training Initiative

The Missouri Department of Economic Development and the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development recently announced plans to support job training opportunities through the Workforce Training Initiative. The departments ... Read More

Video: Welcome to Partnership Industrial Center West

Located in the southwest corner of Missouri, is Springfield – the state’s third largest city with a metro population of nearly a half a million and home to Partnership Industrial Center ... Read More