Kristin McDaniel launched AR Workshop Springfield; Lesley Daniel purchased Sunnyland Travel Center; and Stan Krempges signed on as franchisee of The Growth Coach.
Newsmakers in the areas of advertising, arts, education, engineering, manufacturing, municipal, nonprofit and retail.
The $5 billion transaction is slated to wrap up on Sept. 25, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Four officials buy and sell tens of thousands of shares to collectively net millions.
Tantara Farms LLC opened; Chase Peterson, Nathan Essary and Michael Ormsby started the delivery service Tailwaggers Mobile Pet Shop; and SouthPoint Office Technology Exchange got its start.
Manuscripts LLC raises $18,000 in two days — ahead of its $12,000 goal.
Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.
Christmas Trees are in, but Wheeler Gardens observes a year-round shift toward millennials.
Branson Landing, owned by HCW Development Co. LLC, found a tenant for one of its larger, mostly vacant buildings.
The clothing retailer plans a spring launch in Leawood, Kansas.
Developers still pursue ethnic dining destination on Commercial Street.
John Youngblood is taking the Dodge, Ram, Chrysler and Jeep brands to Ozark.
Family-owned trophy and custom gift shop continues generations of entrepreneurialism.
A newly signed lease at Branson Landing spurs plans for a summer opening.
Jeremy Grisham purchased SS&B Heating & Cooling Inc.; Ross Stores Inc. added its second Ross Dress for Less in Springfield; and Salon 104 opened.
The company strives to deliver a "quality, comfortable, long-lasting product with a simple, straight-forward message."
Springfield Hot Glass and Terry Whaley are among recipients this year.
Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.
After a decade in business and a franchise switch, the owners of Vino Cellars launch private-label wines.
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The 21-year-old is working to graduate in May while cultivating her small business.
“We’re doing really complicated math, forecasting way in the spring, what we’re gonna need in inventory by what date,” says Shawn Askinosie, the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. The …