Johnson County, Missouri healthcare facilities and businesses have played a critical role in the effort of slowing and stopping the spread of COVID-19. As the county begins the process of safely reopening, JCEDC would like to recognize the tremendous economic and personal sacrifices that many of our healthcare facilities, businesses, and their employees have made in the effort of community health. JCEDC recognizes … Read More
JCEDC’s No Cost, Confidential Services – Available for JoCoMo Businesses
During this chaotic time, the strength of the economic development ecosystem means more than ever. JCEDC wants to ensure that our businesses, communities, and partners know what resources are available to them and businesses in their community. Please share JCEDC’s no-cost, confidential services with those in your community who may need it. Johnson County, MO Business Help Line: 660-747-0244 … Read More
Update from JCEDC Executive Director:
March 18, 2020 Update from JCEDC Executive Director, Tracy Brantner: 🔸 We know many businesses, communities, and individuals are just trying to meet basic needs at this time. JCEDC is prepared to assist businesses and communities by sharing the most-needed pertinent information and resources. That said, like everyone, we are still learning our role. If you have a need or question … Read More
UPDATE: POSTPONED -LEETON CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF DOLLAR GENERAL, INVITES PUBLIC TO ATTEND
March 17, 2020 Update from The City of Leeton: This event has been cancelled in the interest of public health and safety. In addition, Dollar General will be postponing their Grand Opening event. FROM: THE CITY OF LEETON The City of Leeton will celebrate the grand opening of Dollar General, located at 266 SE Highway 2 in Leeton, on Saturday, … Read More
LIFETIME ANIMAL CARE CENTER EXPANDS IN JOHNSON COUNTY, MISSOURI
Passing by on Business Route 13 in Warrensburg, you may have noticed a new facility for Lifetime Animal Center. Founded in 1997, Lifetime Animal Center provides a multitude of small animal veterinary services including: acupuncture, cold therapy laser, emergency service, grooming, and boarding services.
JCEDC HONORS 2019 PARTNERS AND COMMUNITIES AT APPRECIATION CELEBRATION
Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) hosted over 100 attendees and honored economic development investors, partners and communities Thursday night, November 14, at the JCEDC Partnership Appreciation Celebration. This annual event is an opportunity for JCEDC to express appreciation to many partners for a successful year of contributions to the local economy and county.
MISSOURI INTERNATIONAL TRADE & INVESTMENT TEAM VISITS CENTRAL MISSOURI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE REGION
Representatives from the Central Missouri Economic Development Alliance (CMEDA) hosted representatives from Missouri International Trade & Investment (MIT) offices on Monday afternoon October 7, 2019 in Clinton. The team from Missouri International Trade & Investment were on a 3 city tour of various development regions to learn more about development opportunities and foreign owned firms in the region. The group from MIT represented trade offices in India, Canada, and Mexico as well as officials from Jefferson City.
Johnson County Economic Development Corporation And City Of Warrensburg Launch New Opportunity Zone Website
The Johnson County Economic Development Corporation and the City of Warrensburg recently launched a new website, www.opportunitywarrensburg.com, that highlights the opportunities available in the two federally designated Opportunity Zones located in the City. Aptly named “Opportunity Zone NW” and “Opportunity Zone SW”, the two Zones encompass much of the western side of the City limits.
U.S. Bank Longtime Supporter of JCEDC
Mary Beth Harper, Business Banking Relationship Manager at U.S. Bank presented a $3,000 check to JCEDC President Drew Lewis in support of JCEDC’s mission. With over 50 volunteers and partners, Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) directs economic development initiatives, strives to facilitate a profitable environment for new and existing business, and assists leaders in their efforts to generate local development opportunities where businesses can create and retain new jobs and investment.
JCEDC joins forces with State Fair Community College’s Small Business Development Center to provide increased services in Johnson County
Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) is proud to announce that it has joined forces with the Missouri Small Business Development Center (MOSBDC) at State Fair Community College (SFCC), as a volunteer business counseling location to provide beneficial services to area entrepreneurs and small businesses.