Video: 2B Well on managing stress at work

Posted by Brent McCoy on Jun 17, 2015

This week Chamber member 2B Well shares a tip for managing stress at work.

 

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Series: Making room for economic growth

Posted by Ryan Mooney on Jun 12, 2015

To enable our community to stay in the running for a new company or a competitive expansion, there have to be real estate options, and they must be turn-key. But what exactly does that mean?

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Legislation brings needed health care training programs to Springfield

Posted by Maggie Kost on Jun 09, 2015

Thanks to the $26 billion budget passed by the legislature and signed by the Governor last month, Springfield will receive $10 million for the University of Missouri School of Medicine class expansion and Springfield clinical campus as well as $1.3 million for occupational therapy and other related programs at Missouri State University.

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Member Spotlight: Marisol International

Posted by Micah Holst on Jun 04, 2015

 

Marisol International provides global logistics and supply chain solutions. Services include worldwide transportation, customs brokerage, cargo insurance, customs bonds and international trade compliance.

 

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Video: HR Advantage on essential HR tools

Posted by Brent McCoy on Jun 04, 2015

This week Chamber member HR Advantage is sharing what they believe is your most important human resources tool.

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Manufacturer announces $7M expansion, 65 new jobs

Posted by Jen Johnson on Jun 04, 2015

Digital Monitoring Products announced during its 40th anniversary celebration today that the company plans to create 65 new jobs and invest approximately $7 million at its facility in Springfield’s Partnership Industrial Center.

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Check out our 2015 Legislative Recap

Posted by Emily Denniston on Jun 02, 2015

During the 2015 legislative session, over 2000 bills were filed and in the end, only 133 bills passed.  Due to a filibuster and a procedural move in the Senate, only two pieces of legislation passed out of that chamber during the last week - which has historically been the busiest.  We did see quite a few successes on long-term Chamber priorities.  Here is a snapshot on where some of those stood as the bell rang in Jefferson City on May 15. 

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