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A Conversation With … Aaron Owens

Aaron Owens says his 6-month-old real estate firm emphasizes family, relationships and allowing agents to dictate their own goals.

Springfield Paper Co. maintains revenue growth trend in second century of operation.

Adventure Bicycle Co. opened; BluCurrent Credit Union launched its fourth branch in the Ozarks; and Able Coffee & Provisions LLC got its start.

Springfield Diner’s Omer Onder meets with a restaurant consultant.

The closure of the local food delivery service is the second of its kind this year in Springfield.

Mary Overbey’s Borealis Consulting gets its start.

Lucky Tiger Sandwich Co. targets an August opening.

Art and Alisa Maxwell start AMax Real Estate, along with 45 other agents.

Business owner Josh Widner has food hall plans, but funding nad location are hurdles.

Crave Cookie Dough owners eye store No. 2 as they enter the second year in business.

The Rock opened as the second anchor tenant for the $14 million Quarry Town development in Galloway Village; independent registered investment advisory firm Dominion Financial Group LLC got its start; and restaurateur Angel Kim added OssoBuco Italian American Bistro.

The owner intends to reopen the restaurant in Springfield.

Able Coffee & Provisions gets its start in the former home of Free Solo Coffee Co. and Legacy Bagelry.

Clear Marketing is now under the ownership of Kansas-based Soulgarden Inc.

The fully-occupied business incubator may add offices on the second floor.

Spring Branch Kombucha aims for packaged product before year’s end.

A franchise store of Nashville, Tennessee-based NoBaked Cookie Dough began serving sweet treats; lake cruise operator Main Street Marina joined the axe-throwing business; and Seven Hills Veterinary Clinic LLC nearly tripled its space in a relocation.

The Springfield area is getting curious about CBD.

With his music collaboration app, Seth Kitchen is participating in the Efactory’s accelerator program.

A mobile and storefront dog grooming business records 733% increase in clientele under new ownership since 2015.

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