Springfield, MO

Business Spotlight
48 results total, viewing 21 - 40

An entrepreneur rolls the dice on his auto detailing hobby.

A Hip Joint redefines chiropractic care in an urban environment.

A Springfield transplant writes his startup story through agile methodology.

72-year-old Fellers Food Service supplies restaurants in a 3-state region.

How triathlon racing spawned a unique product and international business from Ozark.

The Well church puts down brick-and-mortar roots after a year operating in a temporary home.

Live Events Missouri is making the rounds in the wedding industry.

A segment of the $9 billion St. Louis firm World Wide Technology, Asynchrony Labs develops behind the scenes in Brick City.

Jewelry business keeps the Rosenbaum brothers going as the History Museum inches closer on the public square.

Michael Easley is following the food truck trend and helping his employees do the same.

Community Blood Center of the Ozarks creates symbiotic relationships across 39 counties.

Owners aggressively acquire insulation companies to bolster four-state footprint.

How a criminal defense attorney was shaped, and why at 77 years old he’s still working 7 days a week.

Concealed carry company dodges bullets created by state legislation.

Eurasia Coffee and Tea jumps into wholesale beans, a boutique hotel and roasting, up next.

With technological advancements, Paladin Managed Solutions creates workflow automation.

CrossBreed Holsters counts on Second Amendment to sell custom products nationwide.

The Write Way LLC executes the science of handwriting analysis.

BookMarx blends downtown culture with literary awareness.

The purple building with a fancy courtyard in Rountree sells thousands of truffles a year.

« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Most Read
Should the city pass a ban on pit bulls within city limits?

View results

SBJ Live logo
Evolving Movement - Find Your Pathway - Part Two

Roseann Bentley, the first woman elected to the Missouri State Senate and a former Greene County Commissioner, says she had support from many female friends who encouraged her to follow her dream. …

Evolving Movement - Find Your Pathway Roseann Bentley, the first woman elected to the Missouri State Senate and a former Greene County Commissioner, says she's seen more opportunities for women in business since she began her career.
Winding it Down Kenny Gott, a Certified Financial Planner with Piatchek & Associates and one of Springfield Business Journals Trusted Advisors for 2017, says you need to start planning early for retirement and put a succession plan in place.
Expanding Opportunities Steve Wohnoutka, co-owner of Superior Rents, says finding the right opportunity to expand your business can be difficult. When an equipment company in Wichita, Kansas closed, it presented a suitable …
Successful Succession Bill Nesbitt, Owner of Nesbitt Construction, says he hadn’t originally planned for his son to succeed him as president of their company. Michael Nesbitt spent several years working his way into the …