Learn how MO SBTDC business development specialists helped Missouri businesses start, grow, succeed and transform.
BDP Excellence in Business Award winner restores hope to people with developmental disabilities while boosting family income in one of the U.S.’ poorest regions.
Innovative organic dairy recognized as 2015 Excellence in Business Award winner for outstanding contributions to economy of northwestern Missouri.
Celebrating 19 small businesses that drive our economy.
Meet the father of green nanotechnology
Business counselor dives in with business planning, research, crowdfunding, more to help firm train individuals with autism.
What do a 2001 medical tragedy and MRIs in Saudi Arabia have in common?
TAAC gets results for wireless services provider and general contractor.
Vicki LaRose is in civil design but her real business is changing lives.
Good things happen when businesses listen to their BDP counselors.
‘Eyeprinting’ BDP client lands on Main Street.
What do St. Louis’ gleaming new Ballpark Village, its new art museum addition, the Iowa State Cyclones, the NFL’s all-time top rusher Emmitt Smith, IBM and the rain have in common?
BDP helps make this business much more than a hole in the hillside.
The crafts spirits industry today is like the craft beer industry 20 years ago — people are tired of the same old same old and thirsty for artisanal local brews like Pinckney Bend’s award-winning gin, whiskey, vodka and tonic syrup.
Recycling is all in this family.
John Smallwood misses the Alaska winters. Really.
The co-owners and co-founders of this home health care service saw their loved ones suffer from sub-standard care and thought, “We can do better.”
In honor of Earth Day April 22, we present one entrepreneur who’s gone really green.
BDP client named SBA’s Missouri Small Business Person of the Year
Brad Sandt looked at the sorry state of education tech and thought, “There has to be a better way!”
Tech company boldly goes into the final advertising frontier — mobile devices.
Matthew Wood had a strong incentive to improve health and the environment — his mother, who died of cancer when he was just 18.
Internationally acclaimed design firm Hufft Projects, LLC, profiled here last year, will relocate to Roanoke Park and hire 12 employees.
They thought they had the business plan down cold — until they met with the MO SBTDC.
The price of vigilance
Turning temperatures of 35 below to profit … the Inferno Element Protection System.
The discipline, drive and determination to get the job done
Bringing back the ‘70s … lighter, faster, stronger.
Who says government contracting is dying?
Where were you 17?
Disease diagnosis via smart phone … there’s an app for that.
Where were you at 17?
A smart pallet.
Where were you at 17?
Boots with clear plastic uppers
Harley-Davidson T-shirt maker RK Stratman revs up international sales with help from MO SBTDC business development specialists.
Q: What do you do when you lose a wheelchair?
A: Create one-of-a-kind wheelchair covers and start a conversation with the world.
Habitata brought jobs back. from Mexico, creating jobs and transforming a St. Louis neighborhood
Mastering financials spelled the difference between success and failure for this Columbia firm.
It’s not easy being green, but it can be profitable.
The right team is as important as money. Biomaterials firm begins manufacturing dental varnish, plans to add 50 jobs.
Riding the storm out
Floods are not normally a good thing, but this multifaceted business reaped valuable lessons from the flood of ’08.
These partners formed their own firm rather than stand by and watch their jobs disappear.
Custom ultrasound center takes clients into the fourth dimension.
Big ideas from a small town … how computer network manufacturer WideBand Corporation developed additional technologies to win government research grants.
The eyes have it …
are you who you say you are?
A lot of inventions we see are looking for a problem to fix. This is just the opposite — an invention that solves a real problem.
How do you save your history and create jobs? Boonville has one answer.
As the developing world’s purchasing power grows, so does interest in the American lifestyle, including snack foods
Exporting to Bangladesh
Columbia-based wellness company promotes team approach to encourage healthy lifestyles
Lovingly restoring furniture, one piece at a time; Furniture Rescue is the story of a survivor.
Mike and Susan Davis, current co-owners of Daylight Donuts franchises in Moberly and Macon, were tired of working for other people.