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Relocating or Expanding Your Business?

We want you to succeed! Business relocation or expansion is a complex process, and the Farmington Regional Chamber wants to be your advocate to help make the process effective and efficient.
No two projects are the same. We will listen to your needs and opportunities, and with a network of strategic partners, we will help you:

Gather needed intelligence on communities and workforce

Find the right building or construction site

Identify workforce recruitment and training resources

Business Development Resources

Contact our office for local resources to assist you with the development of your business plans.

Missouri Secretary of State: The Business Services Division is committed to making it easier to do business in Missouri. The Corporations Unit handles the creation and maintenance of all business entities doing business in Missouri. https://www.sos.mo.gov/business

City of Farmington: for information on business licenses and permits within the city limits of Farmington https://www.farmington-mo.gov/permitting

MOSourceLink: https://www.mosourcelink.com/MOSource

Link’s mission is to help entrepreneurs and small businesses across the state of Missouri grow and succeed by providing free, easy access to the help you need -when you need it.

Small Business Development Center: https://sbdc.missouri.edu/locations/missouri-sbdc-at-southeast-missouri-state-university-semo

The Missouri Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) help businesses in every stage. From concept to startup, growth to renewal, mature to succession. Business specialists are here to help you succeed at every stage in your business' lifecycle.
Missouri SBDC experts are conveniently located all across the state providing assistance and hosting events on a variety of business topics.

Business specialists use their expertise to help Missouri businesses with critical business development issues. Guidance addressing topics such as management, marketing and strategic planning is available for new and existing businesses. All one-on-one counseling is confidential.

Southeast Economic Development Fund (SEED$): http://semodevelopment.org/

East Missouri Action Agency has long been an advocate for entrepreneurs, providing training through programs like Bootstrap and Operation JumpStart. Through their work with entrepreneurs and small businesses, they recognized that access to capital to grow small businesses was a barrier for startups and existing businesses to grow. They provide assistance with:
  • Access to Capital
  • Small business training and assistance
  • Resources close to home

For business guidance and information on funding programs and contracting