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  • Discovery Ridge Expansion in Columbia, Missouri

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 30, 2011
    On Monday, the University of Missouri announced plans for an expansion of Discovery Ridge, an emerging research park, in Columbia, Missouri. One look at the renderings, it’s obvious this 80,000 square-foot, multi-tenant building will hit the scene in dramatic fashion. The facility will include lab and office space, housing companies that focus on human health, veterinary medicine, nutrition, bioengineering, biology, environmental sciences and agriculture.
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  • Organizations Learn How to Support Microenterprise

    Posted by Kate Hodel on Jun 24, 2011
    Learn how to jumpstart business in the Delta Region this summer, compliments of the Delta Region Microenterprise Development Alliance. The Alliance will be presenting a series of certification workshops designed to train organizations on how to better support microenterprise development in eight states, funded by the SBA.
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  • Main Street Connection plugs Downtown Revitalization

    Posted by Kate Hodel on Jun 24, 2011
    Get Plugged In…Downtown and get ready to be inspired. Make new connections and get new tools to keep your downtown vibrant and competitive in today’s market. Missouri Main Street Connection is sponsoring Missouri’s premier revitalization conference, “Get Plugged In…Downtown,” in Kansas City, at the Country Club Plaza Marriott, August 10-11.
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  • Rebuilding Joplin: State Regulations & Local Business Licensing You Must Consider

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 23, 2011
    Within the past few days, I’ve received several calls from folks looking to conduct business in Joplin. So, I thought I’d post the basic information regarding licensing and permits. BE SURE to connect with all regulating industries, especially the City of Joplin, to obtain your business license. Joplin officials ARE verifying the information to ensure their community members’ safety and well-being. If you plan to do business legitimately and help rebuild Joplin, please keep reading.
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  • MO Business Disaster Offices

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 09, 2011
    After a week of so much chaos, it is with a heavy but hopeful heart that I write this next blog. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and businesses that were so devastated by the tornado that ravaged Joplin. We also want to send our support to Sedalia, St. Louis, Taney, Butler, Mississippi and New Madrid counties. It has been a difficult last month.
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  • 8 Points to Help Missouri Business

    Posted by Maria Meyers on Jun 09, 2011
    Yesterday, I got to join in on Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s Small Business Roundtable at Farm to Market Bread Company in Kansas City, Missouri. In addition to enjoying the smell of freshly baking bread and carrying that smell home with me as a wonderful perfume, I got to listen to what small business owners say they need to grow.
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  • From the Cradle to the Grave: Businesses that address life and death

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 09, 2011
    We always receive calls about early childhood centers, but lately, I’ve received a lot of calls about long-term care facilities and even, “What kind of license do I need to transport dead bodies in Missouri.” Really? If this isn’t a prank, then I’ll have to look into it.
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  • MO Business Licensing and Registration

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 09, 2011
    Startup Weekend is just a few days away—and we over here at KCSourceLink want to extend the celebration of startups by helping you get something started. Check with us this week for the best startup advice in this four-part blog series leading up the intense weekend of ideas, innovation and business.
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  • 7 Reasons Why You Need a Business Plan

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 09, 2011
    Startup Weekend is just a few days away—and we over here at MOSourceLink want to extend the celebration of startups by helping you get something started. Check with us this week for the best startup advice in this four-part blog series leading up the intense weekend of ideas, innovation and business.
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  • Why Your Small Business Needs to Hit the Books

    Posted by User Not Found on Jun 09, 2011
    Startup Weekend is just a few days away—and we over here at MOSourceLink want to extend the celebration of startups by helping you get something started. Check with us this week for the best startup advice in this four-part blog series leading up the intense weekend of ideas, innovation and business.
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