One of Extension's crown jewels — MU Extension Business Development Program celebrates 50th anniversary. It's a very young and dynamic 50.
St. Louis partners continue dedicated work to temper long-lasting effects of unrest.
"The St. Louis SBTDC is really good at what they do. Where we are at today would not be possible without them."
How can a small firm get big? By acting big.
MO PTAC helped narrow these entrepreneurs' vision.
Yes, it's a year away, but why not prep now?
How to make potential employees realize how great it would be to work for you. Social media can help.
Happy employees stay longer, work harder and contribute more to your bottom line.
There's money in the bank, so why be concerned about those tedious financial practices.
Fifty percent of startups don't survive five years and only 33 percent make it to 10. Here are four ways to make it to 10.
As proved by SBA stats.
Center now helping manufacturers in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
Retaining employees starts with the interview.
New laws not effective until Dec. 1, 2016, but it can't hurt to plan.
MU Extension's Business Development Program exists to help Missouri’s entrepreneurs succeed in private enterprise and to promote Missouri's economic development. It performs this vital service through a network of business counselors located throughout the state.
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