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Nanova Biomaterials Inc. Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

NBI’s new 6,000 sq. ft. $1.5 million facility includes a research and development lab, production area and office space. NBI expects to create up to 50 new jobs in its first five years.

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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.

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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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Hubbell Power Systems, Inc

Hubbell Power Systems (HPS) manufacturers a wide variety of transmission, distribution, substation, OEM and telecommunications products used by utilities. In addition, HPS products are used in the civil construction, transportation, gas and water industries. Products include construction and switching products, tools, insulators, arresters, pole line hardware, cable accessories, test equipment, transformer bushings and polymer precast enclosures and equipment pads.

REDI Leader

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Landmark Bank

Landmark Bank is here for you with innovative financial services that simplify your life, and we offer advanced technology that makes banking easy. With convenient locations where you live and work, we’ve got big city banking with hometown attitude. Plus, our bankers are your friends and neighbors. You’ll see them cheering at the ball field, helping with community fundraisers, and shopping at local stores just like you do. Progressive, convenient banking with friends. Bank with us. Landmark Bank

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From the Blog

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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.