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Barak Hill, a professional musician living in the Springfield area, recounts when he first realized he could take his music career seriously. He recounts his journey to the point when he realized his passion could do more than pay for itself.

Not all offers are created equal! The statewide contract we as REALTORS use is proprietary. If you write an offer and just use...

Networking builds relationships, provides an avenue for exchanging ideas, makes you more noticeable and can serve as a launchpad for new opportunities, but to do so safely...

Cybercrime has grown significantly more complex in the past few years. In the past, high-level, multi-stage attacks only came from extremely sophisticated hackers. Not so anymore. The top criminals...

Employers have had the ability to voluntarily extend the FFCRA leave provisions that provides tax credits for the paid leave costs through...

With COVID cases rising, the practice of disinfecting workspaces has also risen. It’s important for employers to train on the hazards of each product ...

A solar service agreement is a financial agreement where a developer arranges financing between the solar user and private investors to deliver a turnkey...

Rachel Barks walks through her experience as an interior designer and a basic understanding of what she considers when looking at an interior space. Barks currently owns Artistree Pottery, a business she started in 2020 after a career in interior design.

Severance pay is truly a gift given to a departing employee from an employer.  While being terminated does not feel good, the severance package is given for many reasons. The company may...

Jim and Debbie Meinsen, co-owners of TCI Graphics, offer the Bible as a part of our booked series. The Meinsens discuss how they feel the Bible impacts their perspective on their day to day operations.

Steve Williams, owner of Crosstown Barbecue, recounts how he took over the business from his father. He encourages business owners to do their best. Despite being in business for over fifty years, Steve says not every decision he made for Crosstown Barbecue worked out.

Steve Williams, owner of Crosstown Barbecue, recounts how he took over the business from his father. He encourages business owners to do their best. Despite being in business for over fifty years, Steve says not every decision he made for Crosstown Barbecue worked out.

Jessica Oliva, owner of Pickles and Buns food truck and co-owner of Tinga Tacos, talks about her daughter and how she helps while running the truck. Oliva has upward of 15 years of experience in hospitality management.

Caleb Scott, owner and coach for Queen City Insane Asylum Football, talks about how brands supported the team once they knew what kind of people they were supporting. He says it was important to show the team was professional and responsible.

Lori Rook, managing partner and attorney for Ozarks Elder Law, sits down to talk about some of the most important documents that people need to protect themselves. She says many people assume legal systems are in place that simply aren't there.

Sandra Smart, a technology and commercialization specialist, explains what entrepreneurs should know before launching a tech-based startup and how it can differ from other startups. Smart works with tech entrepreneurs and startups and hosts training workshops through the Missouri SBDC at Missouri State University's efactory.

Hollie Elliott, executive director of the Dallas County Group for Economic Development, talks about the ways in which the city organization helps local business. Dallas County Group for Economic Development is a non-profit organization.

John Oke-Thomas, architect and co-founder of Minorities in Business in here in Springfield, talks about what he sees as a growing racial awareness in the city and the United States. While pointing out that many minorities still feel frustrated with the system, he sees a positive trend over the years.

Jeramey Henson discusses what he sees as a worrying trend in his own industry. He says you can't learn to do a good job through online videos.

Hyde Gallery Owner Jan Hyde talks about the unique quality of several local artists. She says we experience art differently than we did before.

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