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Submit bids to government agencies and apply for certifications for women-, veteran- and minority-owned businesses.
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Name recognition, free promotion and greater perceived prominence are just a few benefits of getting an honor.
Patents, copyrights, and trademarks help you protect your intellectual property, but each serves a different purpose.
Most federal grants are for nonprofit organizations, not small businesses.
A small business loan doesn't have to be a traditional bank loan. Consider other ways to finance your growth.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has announced their Top 10 Small Businesses for 2016. Here are their stories.
Ready for your first round of funding? Bungii co-founders Ben Jackson and Harrison Proffitt are here with 5 tips to get you started right.
Almost 75 percent of the companies that received equity or grant funding in 2013 or 2014 still operate in the Kansas City area.
When you're ready to turn your passion into a startup or small business, turn to KCSourceLink to map the next steps on your entrepreneurial journey.
A look at the progress Kansas City has made toward serving its innovation-led enterprises, and what's still needed.
Most startup funding comes from those closest to the founder: yourself, your friends, your family.
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