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During its annual event on May 8, the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce announced Mostly Serious as the recipient of the 2019 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award.
Check out this month's Small Business Spotlight organization, Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Springfield!
The 2019 Missouri legislative session, which ended May 18, was ultimately successful for several important Chamber priorities. After long hours and hard work, numerous critical business issues crossed the finish line this year.
As he told the young professionals who gathered on May 21 for the latest edition of The Network’s CEO Series, Steve Edwards was raised by a family of health care professionals, and he planned his career so thoroughly that he envisioned being offered the CEO position at CoxHealth at age 46 … which is exactly what happened.
While boosting the occasional Facebook post might be enough for many companies, the experts from Mostly Serious visited the Chamber in late April to talk about why some might be missing out on opportunities to reach new potential customers using tools Facebook already offers for free.
As employers try to attract, develop and retain new employees to the Springfield region, one of the keys to success will be figuring out how to engage students while they’re still in school.
Check out our Small Business Spotlight organization for May, Shepherd of the Hills Homestead and Adventure Park!
Members of the Chamber staff are in the Capitol every week, advocating on behalf of the business community’s top priorities. But sometimes, hearing directly from business leaders and job creators is the most effective way to carry the message.