MU Extension Business Development Program's Missouri Employment and Training Program (METP) gave this father of four, right, the confidence to start a new life and get a good job.
Business is heating up for this Franklin County firm with the help of several MU Extension Business Development Program services.
Your company is struggling, and you need to do something fast. But what? Try training key employees.
A good business budget isn't constricting; it allows more freedom since necessities are paid for.
Step-by-step instructions from MO PTAC for completing the SAM registration now often required by many large prime contractors.
Caves and high tech don't normally go together. But this firm is anything but normal.
Program's intent is to help Disadvantaged Business Enterprises build business skills.
Doughnuts, that's what the market wants. If 100 people walk in and see we don't have what they want, they walk out. If I don't embrace what the market wants, I am counting my days, says owner, Brandon Kelley.
Healthcare in rural Missouri is in crisis, so this entrepreneur decided to do something about it.
MO PTAC contributes to firm's success in federal marketplace.
When it rains, it floods … too often in Missouri.
Following these simple steps can help grow your business for years to come.
Turnover is a serious problem for any sized company. Here are some solid tips to minimize it.
Teacher Teri Walden and physician Becky Llorens met a couple of years ago and bonded over a common concern. Listen to the video. Watch the video.
Agencies join forces to help 100 businesses recover.
An ongoing program with MU Extension helps private companies and public agencies address this impending management vacuum.
Would expanding globally work for your business?
In the past three years, in cooperation with our partners, the BDP has presented educational opportunities in management, marketing, finance, international trade, government contracting and many other topics to more than 36,000 business owners and entrepreneurs.
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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