UMKC Innovation Center partners with the university and the community to spark and sustain entrepreneurial efforts within our region and across the country.

KCSourceLink connects KC entrepreneurs to the right resource at the right time.

MOSourceLink connects Missouri entrepreneurs to the right resource at the right time.

Whiteboard2Boardroom connects entrepreneurs and businesses to technologies available for licensing.

Digital Sandbox KC provides early-stage proof-of-concept support for digital products.

Missouri Small Business & Technology Development Center provides technical assistance to startup and existing businesses.

ScaleUP! Kansas City helps businesses with revenues around $200K scale toward their first $1 million.

Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance Centers helps local businesses obtain government contracts.

KCInvestED helps investors learn more about investing in KC startups.

SourceLink® helps communities nationwide build vibrant and vital entrepreneurial ecosystems.
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The BBB Presents: Better Business By Women | Perspectives on Trust

Thursday, October 24 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm • Organized By Better Business Bureau of Greater Kansas City
4801 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO 64110

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Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? A devotee of corporate  America? Anything in between? 

Join the Better Business Bureau of Greater Kansas City on October 24th for an exciting new initiative from the Better Business Bureau of Greater Kansas City. Come connect with a diverse group of women in the Kansas City business community, and leave equipped with resources to support and build successful, trusted enterprises.  $20 All-Inclusive Admission Join other women in expert-led workshops covering topics such as mentorship, sourcing funds, time management, navigating gender-based obstacles in the professional world, and more!  You won’t want to miss this. Save your spot today! Featuring Guest Speaker JJ DiGeronimo: JJ DiGeronimo shares effective leadership and inclusion strategies to retain, develop and advance professional women. Coined as a gender diversity expert and women in business advocate, JJ provides strategies, best practices, and action-based techniques to her audiences.   As President of Tech Savvy Women, JJ began her career designing computer infrastructures for Fortune 500 companies after graduating with an IT degree in 1995. JJ has been quoted in numerous publications including Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal and shares her women in business expertise with many organizations nationwide.