Myriad companies have moved into Missouri communities around Kansas City, St. Louis, and Joplin over the past year.
Slovenia-based TAB and Germany-based Frogfish Surveillance will both establish their first North American facilities in Missouri.
Clayco, a full-service real-estate development firm, will invest $50 million in St. Louis to relocate and expand its offices and operations.
Pivot Bio, a leading agriculture-technology company, plans to invest more than $20 million to expand its operations in Hazelwood, Missouri.
Through its Industrial Site Development Grant Program, Missouri offers shovel-ready sites among the initiatives aimed at continued investment.
The new fulfillment center for clothing rental brand Nuuly will create 750 new jobs in Raymore, MO.
Simcote and Ostara are each investing $17 million in their new facilities, while American Food Groups is building a $800 million operation.
AeroFarms will establish a new indoor vertical farm, Ostara will invest $25 million In the St. Louis region.
Deli Star selected St. Louis, MO for its new headquarters and manufacturing facility thanks in part to a highly-skilled and available talent pool, low business costs, and quality of life.
Your favorite attractions will have a different look this year. Hint: Star Wars troopers will be enforcing social distancing rules and Mickey will be wearing a mask.
Accenture Federal Services will open a new Advanced Technology Center in St. Louis, MO to serve U.S. federal government clients.
The IT consulting firm will use the space to host business clients, showcase technology demonstrations, and provide its growing workforce with areas to collaborate and innovate.
The effort to improve efficiency will bring jobs to Boeing's Los Angeles County, St. Louis, and Huntsville locations.
The world's most expensive stadium will anchor a new 300-acre, $2.6-billion entertainment district in L.A.
To accommodate this production work, Boeing will expand its current St. Louis composites facility, which will begin producing parts for the 777X program in 2017.
Seven additional Promise Zones—St. Louis, MO; Gary, IN; Flint, MI; Brownsville, TX; Rockford, IL; Macon, GA; and Rocky Mount, NC—have been announced.
The five Promise Zones—San Antonio, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Southeastern Kentucky, and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma—are part of the 20 that will be announced over the next three years.