Executive Director Erin Danastasio shares grant and project updates at SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
According to Southwest Missouri SBA branch data, the number of loans issued was down 14% last year in the 28-county area compared with 2021 volume. Federal officials say the change was expected.
Darla’s Cakery owners say investment in commercial kitchen is paying off.
Joyride RV Rental LLC opened; Duckees Drive Thru changed ownership; and Junior League of Springfield, Missouri Inc. relocated.
Community center receives new business ventures and renovations.
Spirits supply store 417 Cocktails targets doubling revenue in 2023.
Glide Xpress debuted in Springfield; a second location of accounting firm Jenkins CPA LLC opened; and Soozeezbeez Honey Beetique LLC relocated.
Commercial service officially has returned to the airport after Frontier Airlines chose not to renew.
Roughly 350 people attend the event at White River Conference Center.
Executive Vice President Zora Mulligan is interviewed by SBJ Editorial Vice President Eric Olson for 12 People You Need to Know event.
The climate-controlled indoor roller coaster is the first attraction from the theme park’s 10-year master plan.
Springfield Business Journal on Aug. 7 presented the survey results from the fifth year of the Economic Growth Series during an event at the Efactory.
Organizations are recognized for years in business, and Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Roy Blunt.
Local leader David Argueta discusses expansion plans at SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know event.
State House Rep. Stephanie Hein discusses her freshman session in Jefferson City during an SBJ event.
Local businessperson Mark Burgess takes on ownership of the newly formed Ozarks Lunkers.
Bolivar-based Curly Que Barbecue LLC expanded its footprint south to Springfield; the first retail store in Bolivar for phone carrier T-Mobile opened; and Whataburger made its Queen City debut.