YOUR BUSINESS AUTHORITY

Springfield, MO

Log in Subscribe
Open for Business
48 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Open for Business: Gypsy Girl Junk

Commercial Street vintage furniture and clothing shop Gypsy Girl Junk moved across the street; Equality Healthcare LLC expanded; and authorized Apple product retailer Simply Inc. (OTC: SIM) relocated its sole Springfield store.

A retail spot for The Pie Box bakery opened; a Republic couple entered the restaurant industry; and west Springfield gained a medical marijuana dispensary.

Specialty grocer Filipino Market LLC opened; the Republic restaurant for national pizza chain Domino’s moved; and personal trainer David Poland expanded into Christian County.

The Rountree neighborhood gained a flower shop; drive-thru coffee shop Chance of Sno & Coffee Co. LLC launched in Nixa; and a former over-the-road truck driver transitioned into a new career path.

Nixa gained a fishing retail shop; Springfield attorney Terry Tolbert and Realtor Kat Tolbert added a real estate brokerage to the market; and the $9 million CoxHealth Ozark “super clinic” opened.

Home improvement supply wholesaler ProSource Springfield opened; Jenkins CPA LLC owner Heather Jenkins added a division of the firm in Springfield; and MaMa Jean’s Natural Foods Market LLC relocated its flagship store.

A veteran in the home health care industry ventured into retail; video production company Double Jump Media moved; and CoxHealth Nixa opened.

Evangel University senior Abby Voelker became a first-time business owner; a Springfield Public Schools venture got a new home; and Branson-based The Robbins Group moved.

Miller Engineering PC moved into its new headquarters; Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law LLC added offices in Branson and Lebanon; and Omaha, Nebraska-based Milan Laser Hair Removal opened its first Springfield clinic.

Tthe Springfield-Branson National Airport gained a new coffee shop tenant; husband and wife Trey and Mallory Carter embarked on their first business venture; and Los Angeles-based Kuvera Partners Inc. opened its $55 million, 46,000-square-foot Aquarium at the Boardwalk attraction.

Mid-Missouri Bank opened its new headquarters; Hollister-based coffee shop Vintage Paris LLC moved; and a first-time business owner launched Jennings Barber Station.

A former employee in the food service industry transitioned into a first-time business owner; grocery chain Aldi made its Branson debut; and Ozark-based nonprofit Garde’n Gate Provisions opened a thrift store and donation center.

A pop-up art shop surfaced in the Rountree neighborhood; Matthew Picking opened Melancholy Roasting Springfield coffeehouse; and Burlington added another store in Springfield.

Springfield couple Joe and Bethany Mizell opened a local franchise of Australia-based F45 Training; Seattle Roast Coffee took the place of a downtown Starbucks store; and a Domino's store launched in Willard.

Ozark Trading and Liquidation LLC opened; Raising Cane’s made its Springfield debut; and Downtown Ozark Nutrition got its start.

A first-time business owner launched Talk of the Town Barbershop LLC; RepMo Burger Co. opened in Republic; and the 12th Missouri store for international clothing retailer H&M opened.

After a few months in operation exclusively online, Springfield Charcuterie LLC opened a brick-and-mortar store; Springfield Plaza gained the second Queen City store of national retail chain Ulta Beauty; and Alicia Jones started Vanity Pawz Pet Salon LLC.

The $1.1 million Republic Animal Control Center opened; Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. launched its first Branson store; and Allgeier, Martin and Associates Inc. acquired White River Engineering Inc.

Artistree Pottery LLC opened; the Marshfield office of Springfield-based Accounting Tax & Management Services LLC moved; and a retail site for a formerly home-based graphic and sign design company was launched in Branson.

Storytime Coffee Co. opened in Rogersville; brokerage Greater Springfield, Realtors changed its name to Sturdy Real Estate; and a sandwich eatery began service inside a downtown bar.

1 | 2 | 3 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Editors' Pick
Arts organization makes 2nd attempt at 1st festival

The MidxMidwst mural art and culture initiative organized by Meg Wagler plans to occupy part of downtown's Robberson Avenue alley in September.

Most Read