Springfield recently ranked as the 3rd best city in the nation to start a business and 1st for access to resources.
The Spingfield News-Leader’s Editorial Board published an article describing the eFactory as “incubating our community’s future.”
The eFactory Announces a New Accelerator Program and Seed Capital Fund – RMI to Make the Lead Investment
The investment from RMI will establish an accelerator and a seed capital fund.
Ceramex North America LLC recently engaged with JVIC to explore research and development of new procedures for their remanufactured vehicle emission systems.
The eFactory in the Plaster Center for Free Enterprise and Business Development at Missouri State University was recently awarded $140,000 from the Missouri Technology Corporation.
Springfield has long been supportive of entrepreneurs, but a renewed focus is helping the effort gain steam and garner national attention.
The eFactory was awarded $155,330 in tax credits from the Missouri Department of Economic Development.