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Business Incentive Programs

What Do You Need For Business Success?

The resources, information, and support you need to help your company succeed are different from any other company. At Missouri Partnership, we closely collaborate with your team to identify what specific tools you need to reach your business goals. With so many customized incentives available for businesses looking to expand or relocate to our great state, you’ll always be in the best situation for your specific needs. Whether you need to onboard new personnel for your team, acclimate to a new market, customized workforce training and incentives, or need support in any other area, we’re confident that we can help you find what you’re looking for.

“We will continue to invest in Missouri workers, help companies grow, and keep quality jobs here in our state.” – Governor Mike Parson

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As the state’s principal workforce development program, Missouri One Start provides businesses with $42 million of comprehensive pre-employment and customized training solutions to help them ramp up faster during an expansion. Missouri One Start’s colleges and training facilities have the resources to meet each business’s unique needs by delivering tailored pre-employment screening, employment marketing, and job specific training to make businesses more competitive. Learn more.

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In Their Words

We train displaced workers in rural Missouri for today's IT jobs to keep those jobs in the country. Missouri incentives got us started. The work ethic of our employees keeps us going.

— Onshore Outsourcing / Shane Mayes

We would find it difficult to replace the work force, many of whom are very technically skilled people. Missouri is good for Leggett & Platt, because of people, resources, economic incentives, and low tax burden.

— Leggett & Platt / Dave Haffner

The work ethic here is really good. People come in and work hard. They’re used to working hard before we hire them.

— Jack Henry & Associates / Jack Prim

I've lived in a lot of places, and there is a difference here in how people conduct themselves. There is a strong work ethic and friendliness that I haven't found elsewhere.

— Triumph Pharmaceuticals / Dr. Susanne Cohen