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Andy Drennen, president of the Springfield Sister Cities Association, says the pandemic made hosting their biggest fundraisers a real challenge. He says the virtual events went well, but they’re …

Chelsey Bode, president of Pearson-Kelly Technology says they espouse the concept of work life integration as opposed to balance. She says they don’t mind when employees take time for family as …

Jordan McAdoo, software engineer with StitchFix, tells features editor Christine Temple she loves the creativity and problem-solving areas of her job and why she’s passionate about getting women …

Rusty Worley, executive director of the Downtown Springfield Association, says they have several partners that help connect entrepreneurs and small businesses to helpful resources. Worley says it’s …

Cristian Rath, consultant with Abacus CPAs, LLC, says integration is key to his work life balance. He says support from family and his employer help him ensure that his career and family are getting …

Aaron Schekorra, public health information specialist with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department, talks about the steps employers need to take if they learn an employee has been exposed. …

Curtis Marshall, CEO of Tie & Timber Beer Company, says he likes to ask if he’s being consistently challenged because it inspires him. Marshall is one of Springfield Business Journal’s 2020 12 …

Anne Baker, co-owner of several local restaurants, tells features editor Christine Temple about growing up poor, growing up as a first generation American and how she views her childhood after …

K. Patrick Douglas, attorney and partner with Douglas, Haun & Heidemann PC, says his father and a former law partner have played a big role in his development. Douglas is one of Springfield Business …

Rusty Worley, executive director of the Downtown Springfield Association, says though remote work is trending, they hope businesses will take advantage of downtown’s amenities. He says some of the …

Chelsey Bode, president of Pearson-Kelly Technology says she and her father had honest discussions and brought in business coaches to talk about succession planning for their business. She says …

Steve Kelly, senior vice president with Arvest Bank, says a friend told him not to let preconceived notions limit his accomplishments. Dream bigger than what you think is possible. Kelly is one of …

Aaron Schekorra, public health information specialist with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department clears up misconceptions they’ve heard from the public during the pandemic. Duration: …

Cristian Rath, consultant with Abacus CPAs, LLC, says building a network is important. It isn’t about sales, but growing relationships in order to help clients. Rath is one of Springfield Business …

Curtis Marshall, CEO of Tie & Timber Beer Company, says he struggles to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Marshall says he sees life as a book, while one chapter might focus on work, the next is …

Are you guarding against employee theft? Abe McGull, assistant U.S. Attorney, says you should be wary of enthusiastic employees who want to spend extra time at work. Incorporate checks and balances. …

K. Patrick Douglas, attorney and partner with Douglas, Haun & Heidemann PC, says he’s learned a lot about leadership from mentors. He says you must value your team and work for the best interests …

Chelsey Bode, president of Pearson-Kelly Technology says the dynamic of managing a generational business with her father is interesting. She says the difference in experience and viewpoints are …

Rusty Worley, executive director of the Downtown Springfield Association, says supporting local businesses is critical this holiday season. He says business owners’ response to the pandemic has …

Steve Kelly, senior vice president with Arvest Bank, says working remotely makes balancing work and home a challenge. He says specifying times for work and family help, but it’s still a challenge. …

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