Raven Balloons In Demand By Google
Internet Marketing Company Named Fastest-Growing Business In SD
Sioux Falls is no longer the nation's best small city for business and careers.
Sterling Computers Corporation announced today that it is relocating its corporate headquarters from Norfolk, Neb., to Dakota Dunes thanks to a recently approved REDI (Revolving Economic Development Initiative) Fund loan by the Board of Economic Development.
Pheasants Forever plans to open its first regional headquarters office in Brookings, South Dakota in July. Dave Nomsen, Pheasants Forever’s long-time Vice President of Government Affairs, will permanently move to South Dakota becoming the organization’s point person in the state.
Bill Shorma, president of Rush-Co Industries in Springfield, S.D., has been named to the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Advisory Board of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Shorma began his three-year term in May.
A concrete contractor is building a new facility off Interstate 90 at the Hartford exit.
Nine South Dakota companies are with Governor Dennis Daugaard on a trade mission in China. This is Daugaard's third trip to China as Governor.
Business representatives from South Dakota are in Asia with the governor this week on a trade mission to China.
Ski biking is gearing up to come into its own in much the same way that snowboarding has over the past couple of decades, and at Nism Ski Bikes we’re leading the charge of ski bikes that feel natural.
Raven Industries is expanding in Europe. The Sioux Falls-based company announced it has acquired a Netherlands company and its affiliate. SBG manufactures advanced GPS steering systems for agriculture.
A competition is encouraging aspiring entrepreneurs to dream big.
Raven Industries has taken a nearly 70-year-old building and transformed it into a beautiful and energy-efficient, green corporate headquarters.
Polaris Industries Inc. is making a $10 million investment in technology and equipment upgrades to its Vermillion distribution center.
General Motors has announced it is forming a team to investigate events leading up to the automaker's recall of roughly 1.4 million cars for a problem that has been tied to at least 13 deaths.
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