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Looking for a Security Company? Here Are Some Questions to Consider

If you’ve noticed an increase in illegal or questionable activity around your home, office or rental properties, hiring a security company could be the way to curtail those activities while …

The lean practices process is nothing new in the world of manufacturing. Based off the production method developed by Toyota in the 1930s, it’s a way of streamlining every aspect of work to be …

TRU by Hilton is a new concept from the hotel chain. “Hilton wanted to bring an affordable midscale hotel in beautiful, modern surroundings,” says Yulia Whittington, general …

Thriving Through Mortgage UncertaintyAs Covid-19 gained traction and the nation realized there was significant employment uncertainty, the possibility of mortgage delinquency sparked liquidity …

In 2015, after closing the Missouri Hotel (the largest shelter for homeless people in SW MO), the decision was made to upgrade facilities and move operations of The Kitchen, Inc. to a new home with …

Making banking convenient is top priority at BluCurrent. Through its video chat service, members can bank from the convenience of home. BluCurrent’s video chat allows current and potential …

Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions started in the St. Louis area more than 20 years ago and when asked by an existing client to bring their unique approach to commercial landscape services to …

In June of 2020, Ozark Bank announced John Hedgpeth as chief financial officer and executive vice president, making him the fourth generation of the Hedgpeth family to serve in a leadership role at …

“We continuously hear from customers that this bank is like the show ‘Cheers’ in that everybody knows their name,” says Clint Caffey, president of Hawthorn Bank’s …

Drury University’s College of Graduate Studies is launching a series of new degrees and certificate programs that have been crafted to be relevant to today’s workforce, with the common …

Federal Protection, Inc.® was founded in 1969 by Mel Hancock, author of the 1980 Missouri Tax and Spending Limitation Amendment, now known as the Hancock Amendment. Federal Protection first …

When it comes time to design a new office space or commercial structure, often the building owner’s focus is on the aesthetic. Rightly so, since a new building says a lot about a company. With …

With retention and attraction of employeeslisted as one of the greatest challenges facing American companies, keeping employees happy, healthy and feeling appreciated is key to appealing to …

Paragon recently relocated downtown to a building on historic Route 66, and when it came time to plan and renovate the space, the design process was no different than it would have been for a …

The TLC Properties logo is a familiar sight to anyone who’s been in Springfield over the last 30 years. But recently, the founders decided to incorporate Coryell Collaborative Group (CCG) as an …

Lesley Guillot, vice president at Buddy Webb Company says there’s a current trend in architecture to hire techs while employing fewer fully licensed architects. Buddy Webb Company has made a …

The additions of a pharmacy and a department of mental health program have put Phoenix Home Care and Hospice in a unique position in the realm of home health care. “We really have the full …

CJW Transportation Consultants is celebrating 15 years in April 2020 and the multiservice civil engineering firm continues to see growth with contracts in multiple cities and states across the …

Cities like Springfield are always looking to draw and retain a talented workforce. Placemaking, the intentional utilization and development of a city’s assets in order to make the city more …

Southern Missouri Containers, Inc. (SMC) has partnered with the Business Solutions Team at Ozarks Technical Community College’s Center for Workforce Development (OTC-CWD) to implement …

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