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Chicken eatery launches near downtown

Smoked 417 takes over former home of Black Market Smokehouse.

Mochas and Meows is SWMO’s lone cat cafe.

The local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness moved; the newest clinic for Burrell Behavioral Health opened; and Prickly Cactus Coffee relocated.

At the Efactory’s Demo Day, officials with AgButler Inc. and Vendux LLC credited their past four months in the business accelerator cohort with helping them grow the user base for their services.

Vendors are invited to submit bids for Library Center and Midtown Carnegie.

The Studio leverages social media for inclusive fitness and hits 257,000 YouTube subscribers.

Boutique retailer It’s A Mother Daughter Thing moved; Ozarks Legacy Law LLC expanded; and Hog Tide Bar-B-Que LLC added a second restaurant.

Harmony House is the recipient of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award.

The barbecue restaurant plans its second location after the sudden closure of Downing Street in Springfield.

A trio of companies make presentations at the fifth -annual Efactory event.

Harmony House beats four other finalists at annual event.

Springfield officials see placemaking opportunities by examining historical trolley stops and waterways.

Tigris Content Marketing offers clarity to tech world.

A longtime vendor at area farmers markets launched her first brick-and-mortar store; Monett boutique Flying V Mercantile LLC moved; and Dodson-Williams Automotive LLC relocated its new venture.

It's part of the Supercharge initiative from the Efactory and the SBDC at MSU.

SBJ survey data is used to analyze the financial horizon from the perspective of decision makers.

CoxHealth Republic, the latest “super clinic” in the health care system, opened to patients; Jamaican eatery The Jerk Spot debuted in Branson; a 4-year-old organization that provides doula care to families moved into its first office space.

The owner previously joined with a business partner to relaunch the brand after its body shops were sold to a Chicago company.

The owners of The Riksha are retiring after 27 years.

The Nixa company enters a partnership with Wrestle Like A Girl.

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