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Hybrid coffeehouse and plant shop Urban Grounds launched in Ozark; the Missouri Job Center relocated; and Closet Chic LLC opened a brick-and-mortar shop.
Retro Metro changed ownership; print shop Grafpros expanded to Mount Vernon; and the new headquarters and third full-service branch in Springfield for Multipli Credit Union opened.
An ownership change took place for longtime retailer Computer Innovations; Ozark home-based company Bee Flight Aerial Services; and an office for Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law LLC relocated.
Food trailer Swirly’s Ice Cream & Waffles began serving cool treats; St. Louis-based Visionary Wealth Advisors LLC opened its first Springfield office; and Fuel Fresh American Grill opened in Branson.
Craft Sushi launched its second restaurant; Win Publishing, a fundraising company for high schools, relocated; and Citizens Memorial Hospital expanded its services in Willard.
Salon Knot LLC changed ownership; Tonisha Manier opened Mimi’s Soulfood; and Noah Alldredge started a new venture in the health and fitness field.
The Garrison made its debut; the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri opened on-site wellness facility Cooper Clinic; and Seattle Roast Coffee launched its second Queen City shop.
Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law expanded its footprint in Nixa; Skin Wax Ink changed its location and name; and food truck The Deck Pizza Co. opened.
Wellness Collective LLC launched downtown; I Love Tacos Taqueria LLC expanded; and MLP Accounting & Consulting moved.
A husband and wife with medical office experience chose to open a clinic of their own; the newest south-side Dunkin’ restaurant opened; and Purple Panda Filipino Food got its start.
Finding You Treasures LLC owners and best friends Jessica Murray and Juanita Hyde moved their 1-year-old flea market business; Springfield’s newest Domino’s started slinging pies; and the third Springfield shop in five months for Fayetteville, Arkansas-based 7 Brew Coffee opened.
After seven years in Branson, Bella Medici Medical Spa LLC made a move north to Ozark; Kimberly Browning-Clift opened the third Edward Jones office in Marshfield; and independent occupational therapy clinic Movement for Life LLC opened.
A career pivot for a former human resources professional resulted in Bosky’s Vegan Grill; Neverending Game Store LLC made its second move in as many years; and Mercy Springfield Communities added a second Queen City clinic focused on sports rehabilitation and performance improvement.
Willard Physical Therapy Center LLC opened a brick-and-mortar clinic; Elizabeth Schultz launched consulting company CRIT Workshop LLC; and Springfield-based wealth management firm Heim, Young & Associates Inc. is acquired.
Artists Grace Huckfeldt and Laura Ingalsbe opened downtown venture Forming Art Studios; 417 Health Care LLC launched; and Hog Eye Antiques relocated with a new name.
Fayetteville, Arkansas-based 7 Brew Coffee opened its second Queen City shop; Springfield Music Inc. changed names to Ernie Williamson Music; and technology credit union service organization Midwest Financial Networks LLC relocated its Springfield operation.
Tara Rigger bought a Buffalo event business; Branson Cafe reopened; and Clear Creek Golf Car and Vehicles expanded with a headquarters move to Ozark from Springfield.
Therefore, Pizza LLC relocated to Springfield and opened a brick-and-mortar space; Aurora-based The Garden Exchange added a second location; and Hermitage-based Ozarks Community Health Center moved its Urbana clinic to a newly constructed building.
Green House Coffee and Affogato Bar launched; White Stag Barber Co. LLC relocated; and Marshfield-based custom graphics business SignEffx moved.
A trio of sisters became first-time business owners with the opening of Rise Nutrition in Republic; Copper Run Distillery reopened; and Bolivar-based Stephens Pharmacy at CMH expanded its footprint into rural Dallas County.
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