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Attend the Economic Trends Conference

November 21, 2014, 7:30 – 11:15 a.m.
Stoney Creek Inn and Conference Center, Columbia


Site and Building Information

Find detailed information on sites, buildings, and locations for businesses looking to grow... right at your fingertips.

REDI Downtown Incubator

REDI's Downtown Incubator, next door to REDI’s headquarters, serves as an affordable, 24-hour office space for entrepreneurship in Columbia, providing resources and space for local entrepreneurs.


Columbia #1 "Best-Performing Cities"

Columbia ranks #1 with strong performances across the board. Growth in high-tech GDP and the number of high-tech industries drove its top ranking.

Featured Investor

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Coil Construction

At Coil Construction, we believe the goal of a construction project should be about more than just a well-built building. It’s about providing a construction process that is well-managed from beginning to end. That core belief drives us to provide the kind of service that sets us apart from other construction firms. For more than 30 years we’ve been collaborating with clients to make their construction experience one that delivers on cost, scheduling and quality expectations. This appreciation for craftsmanship and accountability, along with an unwavering commitment to integrity, distinguish Coil Construction from other businesses in the construction industry.

REDI Leader

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Simon Oswald Associates

SOA - also known as Simon Oswald Architecture – was founded in 1987 to provide architecture and interior design services to central Missouri clients. As a firm founded and operated for over twenty years on the principles of integrating architecture and interior design, we are committed to the significance of a holistic approach to design – having planned or programmed over two million square feet of health care, corporate office, and higher education space.

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From the Blog


Following discussion at the October 8 REDI board meeting, REDI Board Chair Todd Culley sent a letter regarding the issue to Columbia Mayor Bob McDavid.