Big news — we’re finishing up final touches on our office in Springfield, Missouri! As QContrive continues to grow and we serve our clients, our needs for a new home base to collaborate, connect, and create have grown as well. On July 16 and 17, 2021, we’ll be celebrating the grand opening of our office space, so come on by!
Our new building is located in the heart of downtown Springfield at 122 Park Central Square in a three-story, 5,500 square foot historic building. We’re on the southwest corner of the square, right next door to The Coffee Ethic and in the middle of all the fun of downtown!
Our first floor will include our main entrance and introduction center, where we’ll welcome our clients to their new home for digital marketing. It will also be the home base of QWorld Podcast, where we record episodes with influential leaders across a variety of industries, based in Springfield and beyond!
The second floor will be the home of our creators. From designers to writers to social media specialists, our staff will use this space to ideate the concepts that will bring your business’ digital presence to life with a strategic and creative flair. It will also house our formal business room, where we’ll walk through your vision and our work together. Rounding out the upstairs of the building, the third floor will serve as our sales center where we cultivate new business.
Heading back downstairs, the basement will be our gathering place and lounge. Whether we’re celebrating a new milestone, hosting an educational forum, or just getting together as a team or with clients, it will be where we foster community and connections with one another.
While our doors aren’t officially open yet, we’re well on our way to completely transforming this space, with just a few pieces left to finalize — stay tuned! We can’t wait to see you at our opening.
About Historic Downtown Springfield
Springfield was established in the 1830s, after the chief of the Native American tribe Kickapoo gave John Polk Campbell a plot of land. According to a granddaughter of Campbell, he was given the land after stumbling upon the tribe’s village, where he helped nurse a young boy in the tribe back to health.
In 1835, Campbell donated fifty acres to the city, including two acres that would become the “public square,” later renamed the Park Central Square, according to the History Museum on the Square. Three years later, with over 500 residents, Springfield was officially incorporated.
Check out the message below from CEO Marlin Blakeney, and catch a sneak peek of the new space!