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Business Spotlight: The Great Outdoors

After testing the waters in its first year, 37 North Expeditions expands its trip menu.

History Museum on the Square opened; Lash Co. Studios LLC moved; and Team Taco LLC got its start.

Annual event includes pitches from five young companies.

The first in what organizers are hoping will be an annual gathering in Springfield for female entrepreneurs is set for Aug. 22.

One Drop Coffee Co. is scheduled to open next month on the south side.

A weighted blanket that doubles as a comforter hits the mark in an hour.

Ten Springfield-area companies make it on the fast-growth list.

Five companies make presentations at annual event.

More than three decades after closing, Red’s Giant Hamburg officially returned; Hard Knox BBQ LLC opened; and Blue Peaks Industrial LLC got its start.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

Hold Fast Brewing launches at a former fire station downtown.

Tami North starts this month with the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Springfield office.

Code Ninjas is scheduled to open next month on West Republic Road.

First-time business owner Dalton Cohen started Texas Soul Boutique; the Nixa office of Ozarks Elder Law LLC moved; and Mountain Grove-based Westgate Trailers expanded operations with a Springfield site.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

Stick It In Your Ear’s new owner looks to build on store’s recent run-up.

Brother and sister Kyler and Carrington Peace purchased the local Sno Biz shaved ice operation; Ink Print & Sign rebranded from 417 Print Shop; and Ozarks Mobile Chiropractic LLC opened.

The honorees of this year’s Economic Impact Awards embody what’s possible when talented people come together with innovative ideas to spur growth for our region.

The Ozark Region Workforce Development Board helps fill the pipeline of workers to support economic expansion for the local community.

Features Editor Christine Temple outlines the event, along with an announcement of the winning companies.

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After testing the waters in its first year, 37 North Expeditions expands its trip menu.

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