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CEO Roundtable: Startups

SBJ Vice President Eric Olson discusses the startup world with company founders who are participating in the Efactory’s business accelerator.

Conventional wisdom says a successful startup requires a clear sense of purpose.

‘Woke Wednesday’ brings Facebook group to ramen shop.

A Galloway Village coffee shop changed hands for the second time in as many years; Jiapeng Lu and Yuming Han opened Corner 21 Chinese Cuisine; and John and India Visser became first-time business owners with the opening of Hero Ride Shop.

After canceling its Community Leadership Visit in 2020, Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce officials decided to stay close to home this year for the annual program.

Beauty Bar Hair Salon is the newest female-owned business on the central stretch of retail for the town of roughly 2,100 residents. But it’s hardly the only establishment on the street run by a woman.

Best local business coverage is among the honors.

The company now operates in more than 10,000 square feet in a building it purchased on Chestnut.

SBJ analyzes economic survey data results.

Revival 98 opened a dispensary; the 101st store for Andy’s Frozen Custard Inc. debuted; and Collectomaniacs card shop consolidated two stores in a move.

Gov. Parson speaks out against Biden order.

Mount Vernon-based company plans to open coffee shop Monday.

A husband and wife added to their business portfolio; Valley Mountain Meat LLC made its retail debut; and clothing retailer Aerie opened a store at Battlefield Mall.

New staff and equipment are part of nPrint Graphix’s 2021 investment.

A first-time business owner made a career pivot with the opening of Infinium Studios; hairstylist Beth Edwards opened Beauty Bar Hair Salon; and The Victim Center relocated.

The organizations range in industry from aviation and science to health care and nonprofit.

The new venture comes from the owner of tattoo studio Ink Ink.

In Springfield Business Journal’s summer project report, 19 active construction jobs represent more than $340 million in investments and over 2 million square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.

The company's second brewery is slated to open in fall 2022.

Nixa gained a new yoga studio; Bass Pro Shops opened a remodeled Hollister hotel; and Crosstown Barbecue added a food truck.

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