320 East 4th St
Joplin, MO 64801
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Joplin Regional Partnership
Joplin Regional Partnership

The Joplin Region is comprised of Southwest Missouri, Southeast Kansas, & Northeast Oklahoma where you'll find seven counties working together to make your business expansion or location successful and profitable. Explore our region and you will find a quality labor force, available buildings and sites, a strong transportation network, competitive state and local incentives, numerous education and training facilities and many other resources available to grow your company.

Joplin Regional Partnership

The Joplin Regional Partnership is a Regional Economic Development organization that consists of Jasper, Newton, and Barton Counties in Southwest Missouri, Cherokee, Crawford, and Labette Counties in Southeast Kansas, and Ottawa County in Northeast Oklahoma. It includes the cities of Carthage, Carl Junction, Duenweg, Lamar, Joplin, Neosho, & Webb City in Southwest Missouri, Baxter Springs, Columbus, Galena, Pittsburg in Southeast Kansas, and Miami, Oklahoma. Other members of the Partnership are The Empire District Electric Company, The Harry S Truman Coordinating Council, and The Workforce Investment Board of Southwest Missouri.

Our mission is to provide the necessary resources in order to attract manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, call centers, office space, and retail to the Joplin region. On our web site you will find information on demographics, cost of doing business, transportation, workforce, education, training, incentives, and available sites & buildings.

As you can see, the Joplin Region, with its central location in U.S. and North American markets, excellent transportation access, large labor market and strong workforce, technology, and low operating costs, has everything businesses needs to be successful and continue their growth.