AgIdea, a contract research and development (R&D) company based in Pergamino, Argentina, is expanding in Missouri after selecting the state as the home of its North American headquarters.

“Missouri is a global leader in agtech, and AgIdea has recognized this by choosing Missouri as their North American headquarters,” Gov. Eric Greitens said. “AgIdea’s decision to expand in Missouri is a vote of confidence in our people and the incredible agtech research taking place across the state. With their research facilities in Marshall, and now their headquarters in St. Louis, they are building on Missouri’s rich agriculture economy. We look forward to seeing them grow and creating even more jobs for Missouri.”

AgIdea is finalizing the opening of their North American headquarters at the Helix Center Biotech Incubator in February, in the heart of the recently announced 39 North agtech research and innovation district. Details will be announced on the company website at The Helix Center, and the entire STLVentureWorks chain of facilities, are one of only two centers in Missouri, and 18 nationwide, designated as Global Soft Landings incubators to support international companies.

Facebook Comments