With historic investments by Ford and GM, the rebirth of the automotive industry is happening in Missouri. Become part of the largest auto supply chains in the nation where America's top vehicles, like the Ford F-150 and the Chevy Colorado, are assembled.
Missouri is the home to the largest concentration of animal health research and food companies as well as the most plant scientists per capita. This is where innovation starts.
Whether you're in the business of energy production or storage, Missouri's high-tech environment, natural resources, and central location make it easier to connect to the grid affordable and efficiently.
Today's plants are not your grandparents manufacturing floors. They require precision tools and equipment, tech platforms and solutions, and a workforce with cutting edge skills. Missouri is where manufacturing meets innovation.
Missouri is the only state with two Federal Reserve Banks (Kansas City and St. Louis) and home to the regional headquarters of major banks including Bank of America, U.S. Bancorp, Regions Bank as well as the HQ for Commerce Bank, Central Bank, and UMB Bank. Missouri is also one of only nine states with an AAA from all three rating agencies, providing a stable environment for investors and commerce.
From the nation's leaders in electronic healthcare management, to the researchers discovering the next life-saving treatment, the health sciences and services industry starts and grows in Missouri. Our educational institutions spur innovation as well as churn out some of the best minds in medicine.
With some of the fastest downloads speeds in the nation and some of the fastest growing tech companies, Missouri has the talent and tools for tech companies looking to grow on a global level. Just ask some of our other major tech companies like World Wide Tech and Square as well as household names that have data centers right here in the Show-Me State such as AT&T, Enterprise, Walmart, MasterCard, and Edward Jones.
Missouri has the 6th best highway system, largest waterway system, 99 airports, and two of the largest rail terminals in the US with access from coast to coast, East to West. Our central location, close proximity to major manufacturers, and low gas taxes continue to move products, like those of Kraft Foods and Toys'R Us, to customers quickly and efficiently.