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Business Spotlight: Stepping Up

Nixa dance studio expands space, clients following acquisition.

The funding round has a total of $307,169 going to local companies.

Charley Steele and Josh Huskey operate Iron Knights Strafford.

Polymath Educational Cafe has been in business since 2017.

Billy Dove speaks about plans for Springfield Media Corp. during SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know event.

A construction industry veteran branched out to a new kind of venture with the May 14 opening of Summit Athletix; the newest marijuana dispensary for Flora Farms LLC opened; and Liora’s Original Creations Nail Salon launched.

Celebrations on C-Street venture comes from entertainment company Princesses of the 417.

Palm & Paddle Grille, Cricketts Esports and Tortuga Torta opened.

The Decision-Makers’ Outlook publication explores themes such as business outlook and growth, operations planning, inflation impacts, cost of business factors and business owner exit strategies.

A popular Missouri low-interest loan program that primarily benefits small businesses and farmers is expected to reopen for applications later this summer after sitting dormant for most of the year.

Coffee trailer Sub 24 serves running community.

Kimberling City-based Table Rock Community Bank opened its first Springfield branch; Taylon Sumners-Schwartz launched her own law practice; and Mammoth Technology got its start.

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Over 100 games are available to play at Cricketts Esports in Springfield.

One of a Kind is expected to shutter around the end of July after nearly three decades in business.

New York native Liora Simonian moved to Springfield in 2021, where she found her passion for nail art.

Branson Warehousing LLC launches with focus on interior designers, homebuilders, remodelers and vacation rental property owners. 

Mid-July is targeted reopening date for Moon City Pub.

Hounds Town USA franchisees bring concept to town.

Polish Pottery turns highway travelers into visitors.

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