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Springfieldian named CEO of KC startup

Brett Krug takes the lead at PlanIT Impact.

The company's portfolio comprises 617 locations in 37 states.

Creative comedy agency Writers' Room expands on his video work that's been popular for years.

David Foss is slated to appear alongside executives from Simmons Bank and Bank of America.

Bass Pro Shops is the top ranked company locally.

Abbey Ashley of The Virtual Savvy makes the Next 1000.

The company increases its quarterly dividend by 7%.

Columnist Shannon McMurtrey: "Amid all the news about the pandemic and the presidential transition in recent weeks, it was easy for many to miss the most significant cybersecurity story in years."

SBJ interviews the owner and chief operating officer of KPM Technology.

A collaboration between a tech-focused nonprofit and the Missouri Job Center is generating new talent for the information technology industry via free training classes.

The company has raised $2.4 million to date.

The company's president points to solid sales.

Simply Mac is now open at Brentwood Center North.

The Springfield company becomes a subsidiary of Amphenol Corp.

Existing employees fill CEO, president and creative director positions.

A veteran in the home health care industry ventured into retail; video production company Double Jump Media moved; and CoxHealth Nixa opened.

Lebanon farmer creates app to connect agriculture laborers and employers.

Promoveo's expansion into Springfield comes in preparation for client and staff additions.

Locally Noted concept sends ticket holders on themed experiences at area businesses.

Marty Goodnight becomes the firm's first director of digital marketing.

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