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Part of the Chamber's effort to help companies create jobs in our community includes helping the public understand the state of the local economic environment, and the process by which we encourage businesses to invest here.
IsoAge Technologies, a natural and sustainable food ingredient manufacturer, is expanding its local presence.
Springfield’s young professionals often tout their ability to be heard and have a seat at the table as one of our city’s biggest assets. They made that ability abundantly clear in two recent events – one here at the Chamber and one in the state Capitol.
On April 2, Springfield-area voters helped the City of Springfield and Springfield Public Schools take significant steps forward by approving two ballot initiatives to help with funding for important future projects.
When she visited the Chamber on March 29 to offer a mid-session legislative update to the Chamber’s Governmental Relations Committee, Missouri House Minority Leader Crystal Quade offered an update on Chamber priorities as well as a straight-forward but troubling message: Partisanship has intensified in the Capitol this session.
Conventional wisdom has said that if communities focus primarily on creating new jobs, those jobs will attract more people and make the community a desirable place to live and work. With the new realty of a national worker shortage, and the need for commercial real estate options, this blueprint no longer works well, which is why the SBDC has expanded its focus to include placemaking and real estate.
The Chamber is proud to announce the five finalists for the 2019 Small Business Award.
Check out our Small Business Spotlight company for April, Classic Rock Coffee Co. and Kitchen!