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Video producers launch new startup

417 Grip’s truck is outfitted with filmmaking equipment.

Kurt Theobald starts Original Leadership while working on a separate marriage app.

Ozark-based men’s substance abuse treatment campus Synergy Executive opened for patients; Old Missouri Bank's sixth full-service branch launched; and Maritime set sail as a brick-and-mortar restaurant.

The business incubator receives $350,000, its largest amount to date.

Are you looking for reasons why you aren’t achieving your business goals? Sherry Coker, Executive Director at the OTC Center for Workforce Development, says to make sure you’re addressing …

She teaches "aspiring virtual assistants how to launch their business from scratch using my signature online virtual assistant training program."

Kelli Stephens is the new owner of Edgewood Creamery, and she has big goals for the family farm.

Hair stylists John Fahey and Carly Hamilton partner on their first business; Ozarks Community Health Center opened its Miles for Smiles dental clinic; and Canna Bliss LLC started selling a line of products centered around “cannabidiol."

Questledge offers escape rooms and virtual reality.

Pure & Clean LLC uses a natural compound to tackle infections and diseases.

Former clothing model C.C. Guice started her first retail venture; the Jimmy Buffett-inspired LandShark Bar & Grill opened at Branson Landing; and O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC added a Holiday Inn Express & Suites to its portfolio.

Elisa Kruger shifts from sales to the arts.

Ashley Johnson co-founded Mattie's Eats and Treats out of the need for allergen-free dog treats.

All cocoa beans for Askinosie Chocolate are sourced directly from farmers.

Reborn Co. retails in over 35 stores in Springfield

Brad Calbert’s foldable fire pits started out of necessity.

The company produces a line of lotions, lip balms, deodorant, soap and salt scrubs.

If a project involves wood and steel, there isn’t much Dustin Stewart can’t make.

Kuat Racks moved; Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care’s third co-branded center in Springfield began serving patients; and Branson Bank finalized the purchase of a Hawthorn Bank branch.

Rance Loftsgard targets mid-March launch for Able Coffee & Provisions.

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Ozark-based men’s substance abuse treatment campus Synergy Executive opened for patients; Old Missouri Bank's sixth full-service branch launched; and Maritime set sail as a brick-and-mortar restaurant.

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