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No Ceiling from SBJ Podcasts: A Look Into Season 1

Christine Temple interviewed local women on their journey to the top of their professions, and the challenges and triumphs they faced along the way.

Drury's Kevin Kropf: "Reaching 17- and 18-year-olds with an authentic story that resonates with them has never been easy. Now, add a pandemic and subsequent widespread economic uncertainty to the mix, and you have a vexing dilemma."

Columnist Ryan Baker: "However you slice the pie, there’s enough business for all and we can all refer work among each other so that business owners get the best level of the service they need."

Columnist Jahana Uchtman: "Using automation can help you and your staff be more present and helpful, as well as more productive."

Editor Eric Olson talks digital marketing trends with Nick Altrup, president of 417 Marketing; Larry Paulette, partner at Campaignium LLC; and Drew Owen, general manager of BigPxl.

Paul Adler and Chad Plein accept new roles at the network.

The crowdfunding event is slated to return in 2021 with a "rally for recovery" theme.

Plumbing support product company 3D&L LLC takes the prize over four other businesses.

Officials discuss the survey results.

Springfield agency’s video for Thermbot fuels Kickstarter campaign to smash $18K goal.

Community members can fill out survey or request in person meeting to discuss feedback

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, audiovisual, banking, construction, education, human resources, manufacturing and transportation.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks indicates how state residents have influenced the nation.

The television news personalities have worked for the organization for 15 years.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, aviation, banking and finance, broadcasting, education and real estate.

Protel Systems & Supplies is the top recipient in the latest round.

The Nixa company is the largest recipient of USDA broadband funding.

The companies range in industry from marketing and cosmetics to technology, financial and aviation.

Discussions relaunched after chamber visit to Kentucky last year.

A retired Columbus State University music teacher also is selected.

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