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Program delivers $1.19 billion in sales increases, $347 million in new investment for Missouri’s small businesses over three years.
It’s THAT time again … TAX time!
Almost $1 billion.
It’s effective in September.
“Luis Ortiz y la SBTDC” appears in leading Hispanic magazine.
Aug. 21, right around lunchtime. Is your business ready?
UMKC star won statewide award last year, too.
Missouri liquor license deadline renewal was May 1, extended to July 31 with late fees.
QuickBooks small business infographic created with BDP’s Richard Proffer.
For affected Missouri firms, MO SBTDC has released disaster assistance guidelines and is ready to assist business owners in accessing the resources to recover, rebuild.
With events all over the state.
Bringing home silver for tasty brews.
It’s called MO STEP=UP and wants you to do just that.
Here are last year’s top lenders, per the SBA.
Day commemorates the role MO SBTDC and all SBDCs play in small business success.
It’s on S. Franklin and it’s thanks to MREIC.
For the better: Bond amount decreases, businesses exempt after one year.
University of Missouri Extension Business Development Program creates or retains 24,000 jobs, nearly $1 billion in increased client sales for Missouri businesses.
Sharing means caring, and taxes.
BDP and MU College of Engineering combine the talents of faculty and staff to solve real-world problems.
New website streamlines application process for government contracting
St. Louis partners continue dedicated work to temper long-lasting effects of community unrest.
Yes, it’s a year away, but why not prep now?
As proved by SBA stats
Clients enjoy growth rate four times the national average.
New laws not effective until Dec. 1, 2016, but it can’t hurt to plan.
It’s the second Women’s Business Center in Missouri.
It’s the highest recognition for helping boost U.S. exports.
In fact Missouri cities rank high on both lists.
Small businesses lead the way.
BDP, Life Science Business Incubator, MU Health Care contribute to prosperity for all Missourians.
Two BDP clients named to Columbia Business Times 20 under 40 list.
We take time to reflect on just a few of the great things that happened in Missouri this past year. Time to celebrate!
Wage increases to $10.10 per hour beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
African-American, Hispanic-owned firms grow nearly 50 percent.
Contracting firm finds success in federal marketplace with MO PTAC help; wins No. 1 spot on Ingram’s Corporate 100 list.
Missouri manufacturing roars back with most jobs in nearly 20 years.
Agencies join forces to help 100 businesses recover.
Free new web service makes it easier for customers to connect to your business.
In the past three years, the BDP has presented educational opportunities to more than 36,000 business owners and entrepreneurs.
New document outlines 10 key provisions.
Resources for businesses injured by storms or for putting plans in place in advance.
National organization finds numerous examples of innovative thinking and action, commends network for dedication and commitment to continuous improvement.
Inspections can last six hours or six months, so it pays to be prepared.
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