Our Impact

About efactory

Inside a former turkey processing plant in downtown Springfield, something special is happening. A business incubator, resource hub, support network and all-around great place to be.

We opened our doors in 2013 with one goal: to serve as a one-stop shop for small business owners and entrepreneurs in southwest Missouri. Today our suite of programs cover all the bases.

The efactory offers small business consulting and training as well as leadership and professional development training through the Missouri State University Small Business Development Center.

Services also include: office space, coworking, an accelerator program, mentorship networks, corporate innovation, and more. 

We’re happy to be part of the IDEA Commons district, Missouri State University’s vision for an urban innovation park.

Take a look at what we’ve accomplished together since getting started.

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We believe in hard work, determination, and good ideas.

Our Impact

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Companies Served
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Jobs Created by Client Companies

Our clients create jobs, drive innovation, and bring solutions to life.

A Home for Entrepreneurship

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Companies Call efactory Home
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Employed by Member Companies
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Square Feet of Leasable Workspace

How We Do It

PRIVATE OFFICES

We make life easy for founders with flexible private offices that include plenty of perks. The efactory is home to more than 20,000 square feet of leasable office space. Private offices range in size from 150 to 1,300 square feet.

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Press Features

Check out these articles featuring our programs and clients.

Facilitating Growth for Missouri Businesses

“Unlike startups or larger corporations, mid-size businesses often find themselves in limbo where they’re either too big to be considered small or not large enough to enjoy extensive support networks,” said Lance Coffman, business consultant at the Missouri SBDC at Missouri State University’s efactory.

MSU’s efactory awarded $500K grant to connect students with entrepreneurs, employers

The efactory at Missouri State University was recently awarded a $500,000 grant to expand academic projects and innovative partnerships that will connect students with entrepreneurs and employers. It will also allow for the expansion of Codefi’s Lead Labs program throughout the Southern Missouri Innovation Network, called Innovate SOMO.

Missouri State’s efactory awarded $500K to expand real-world entrepreneurial student experience opportunities

Attaining practical experience and real-world learning provides the foundation for a strong career. It’s one of the reasons that Missouri State University’s efactory and Codefi partnered together to create the Southern Missouri Innovation Network (Innovate SOMO).  Last week, Missouri Technology Corporation (MTC) announced the recipients of more than $3 million in grant funding through the Missouri Building Entrepreneurial Capacity (MOBEC) program. As part of that, efactory was awarded $500,000 over the next three years.  

Past Reports

Check out our past yearly reports for more information.

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