Last year’s conclusion of a nearly $150 million multiyear fiber expansion project by City Utilities of Springfield left local officials pleased with the result even as the internet provider that originally partnered with the utility changed hands.
Speaking at 12 People You Need to Know interview, Chelsey Bode gives insight into her purchase of the business in 2021.
Kyle Cook joins the organization after working for nearly eight years at Miller Commerce.
The companies rank No. 459 and 561, respectively, in report with 600 companies.
People Centric Consulting Group CEO Don Harkey: "There are a lot of complex issues to be solved in the health care arena, but it’s important to not take our eyes off the people."
“We need to make the city of Springfield easier to work with.” That was the opening salvo in remarks by Don Harkey, owner and CEO of People Centric Consulting Group LLC, at the Feb. 12 meeting of Springfield City Council.
“Shaping Tomorrow: A Study of Young Donors’ Perspectives on Charitable Giving in Southwest Missouri” is prepared for CFO.
Michele Delcoure and Triston Delcoure are debuting DIY Marketing Strategies for Small Business this week.
For some in business, there’s nothing quite like sealing the deal or inking the contract – yet for the creators and hosts of new local business podcasts, life is about something more.
Future Ozarks Foundry focuses on regionalism.
Hidden Treasures Auction Barn is accused of allegedly not paying some customers after sales.
In-depth financial data is updated nightly in a new public-facing portal, available on the city’s website.
Two women in business are scheduled to be honored at an event next month.
Employees at CoxHealth facility are expected to be hired back.
The director of the state’s Office of Broadband Development gives an update in Jefferson City, according to Missouri News Network.
Habitat Communication and Culture's Paige Oxendine: "Our entire community is enmeshed with our nonprofit sector. These organizations and their leaders need support as they adapt and innovate."
The businessperson and civic leader receives award during the Springfield chamber’s annual meeting.
The north-side Springfield school unveils a new name and campus renovation plans.
Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.