Start a Business in Missouri
GUIDE: START A BUSINESS > PART EIGHT
Find Office Space
Choosing where to locate your business is an important decision. Business.gov offers business location tips to help you make the right selection.
Missouri is also home to several business incubators that offer space and more to startup businesses.
For a listing of available properties and sites throughout Missouri, go to LocationOne.
Who can help me find office space?
City and county officials in your region usually know what locations are available, can provide input on traffic and market patterns and will know of any zoning issues. Below, you’ll find a list of MOSourceLink Resource Partners who can help. Head over to The Resource Navigator to further filter your search by business industry and zip code/city/distance.
The Appleton City Clerk also works with licensing and permits in Appleton City, MO.
Court Clerk is responsible for maintaining all court records and payments.
Chaifetz Center for Entrepreneurship at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, Saint Louis University
• Building inspections
• Historic preservation
• Neighborhood services
• Development services
• Regulated industries
Most importantly, the city works with citizen groups, the city council, the planning commission, the zoning board of adjustment and city administration to ensure quality development throughout the city of Independence.
Almost 200 member companies and organizations work together to promote a positive environment to nurture businesses, improve the community, boost tourism, and support families.
The District is bounded by three colleges and encompasses 50 square blocks, more than 300 individual properties, over 5000 residences, and over 600 businesses, non-profits and government entities.
Downtown Marceline is non-government and a 501c3 non profit organization made up of concerned citizens volunteering their time to the revitalization of historic downtown Marceline.
In addition, the EDC administers the city's TIF program, LCRA and Enhanced Enterprise/Zone Works program.
The facility offers several distinct business specialties, including a shared commercial kitchen space, bio-safety Level 1 labs, and a business and tech area offering dedicated workspaces, temporary workspaces, offices, conference rooms, office suites and production labs.
HNB strives to restore urban neighborhoods with new and additional business activity, job growth, and business role models.
The conference provides an ideal opportunity for entrepreneurs to raise capital and all attendees to make new connections.
Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce staff supports and promotes JCC.
Our mission is demonstrated by our services, which include credit building and financial education, homeownership preparation and retention, and micro-enterprise lending and training.
2) Extend and promote the present trade and commerce to foster, develop and support the industry of the region.
A leadership program for community leaders interested in the regional growth of Northwest Missouri through high-quality training and networking opportunities. Participants are selected from the nineteen counties of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, DeKalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Sullivan and Worth. Classes start in January of each year and meet monthly through June in different locations throughout the region.