Category Archives: Business Connections

Manufacturers learn about Workforce2030

St. Louis-area manufacturers gathered on May 21 to learn about the new Workforce2030 report. The report is part of the Missouri Chamber’s Missouri 2030 strategic plan. The report release event was held at the State Technical College of Missouri Advanced Manufacturing Center in St. Charles. During the event, Toyota-Bodine highlighted the positive impact of the Advanced Manufacturing Technician program which

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Capitol repairs underway in Jefferson City

After more than a century of wear and tear, the exterior of the historic Missouri capitol building is getting much-needed restorations. In 2014, $40 million was appropriated as part of a bipartisan-supported bond package to fund the Missouri State Capitol Construction Project. The repairs will extend the life of the building, fix deteriorating stonework, and improve overall appearance and stability.

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Hitting the links for the Missouri Chamber PAC

Business advocates from around the state gathered on June 7 for the annual Missouri Open for Business Golf Tournament. Proceeds from the tournament benefited the Missouri Chamber Political Action Committee. Thank you to all the golfers and sponsors who helped make this a fun, successful event in support of the Missouri Chamber PAC’s pro-jobs advocacy work.    

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STEM Excellence Pathway Workshop comes to Hannibal

On March 8 at Hannibal-LaGrange University, Northeast Missouri educators assessed their program offerings, brainstormed how to integrate STEM curriculum across disciplines, grade-levels and schools, and exchanged ideas with other schools in the region. The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition has been hosting these workshops all across the state using the STEM pathway rubric tool developed by the Carnegie Science Center

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Making the voice of Missouri business heard in D.C.

More than forty of Missouri’s business and chamber leaders flew to Washington D.C. on March 19-21 to learn about federal issues and visit with Missouri’s congressional delegation. The annual Missouri D.C. Fly-In, organized by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, included discussions about transportation funding, free trade, guest workers, the military and many other topics. The trip also coincided

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Summit draws state, national transportation leaders

The 2018 Transportation Future Summit brought stakeholders together in Jefferson City on Feb. 22 to discuss the future of our state’s infrastructure. The event included a keynote presentation from Ed Mortimer of the US Chamber of Commerce about upcoming changes to federal transportation funding. Other speakers including, MoDOT Director Patrick McKenna, discussed our state’s airports, the challenges involved with powering

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