Yearly News Archives: 2015

Contact us in 2016!

Here are 13 very good reasons.

Glad tidings 2015

We take time to reflect on just a few of the great things that happened in Missouri this past year. Time to celebrate!

Chip cards: What you need to know

What’s a chip card? Find out soon before it’s too late.

Census rolls out small business data tool

Meet the goldmine that is the U.S. Census Bureau.

DOL announces minimum wage increase for federal contractors

Wage increases to $10.10 per hour beginning Jan. 1, 2016.

10 tips for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday, the day after Black Friday, is almost here — are you ready?

Minority business ownership grows across the board in Missouri

African-American, Hispanic-owned firms grow nearly 50 percent.

Innovet, Inc. – St. Louis

Tenacity learned in the service leads to tenacity as an entrepreneur …

Veterans Worldwide Sales and Services, LLC – Gravois Mills

How can smaller firms compete in the federal marketplace?

Nanova – Columbia (Where are they now?)

Got cavities? There’s an innovative, MU-developed solution for that. Firm manufactures dental varnish, plans to add jobs.

Paradise Locker Meats, Inc. – Trimble

Just a little bit of paradise for carnivores

Elemental Enzymes Inc. – St. Louis (Where are they now?)

Helping feed 9 billion people by 2050, is where

Bur Oak Brewing Company – Columbia

What’s brewing in Columbia? Business success.

EquipmentShare.com Inc. – Columbia

Meet the Airbnb of equipment rental.

M3 Engineering Group PC – St. Louis

Happy hour leads to happy, busy days.

On the road to a new life

METP gave this father of four the confidence to start a new life.

Intek Corporation – Union

Business is heating up for this Franklin County firm.

Stronghold Data, L.L.C. – Joplin

Caves and high tech don’t normally go together. But this firm is anything but normal.

St. Louis MoDOT Entrepreneurship Training Program

Program’s intent is to help Disadvantaged Business Enterprises build business skills.

Brandt Contracting, Inc. – St. Peters

Sedrick Brandt is in the dirt business.