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You’re business has survived the startup phase, and it’s ready to grow in the areas of marketing and sales, domestic and abroad; selling to the government; hiring employees; and more.
Know what your customers want and make it easy for them to buy what you sell.
Reach markets beyond your immediate borders, domestically and internationally.
Submit bids to government agencies and apply for certifications for women-, veteran- and minority-owned businesses.
Attract, hire and retain the right team, legally.
Outside oversight can drive business growth and expansion.
Plan for when you’ll transfer ownership, sell internally, sell to a third party or liquidate.
Learn how to plan, listen and follow up to make important business connections.
Name recognition, free promotion and greater perceived prominence are just a few benefits of getting an honor.
From immigrant to entrepreneur, Marisa Wiruhayarn shares the struggle and success of Tasty Thai and Big Bowl Pho.
More than 200 economic developers and entrepreneurship ecosystem builders from around the nation gathered in KC to discuss the future of Entrepreneurship on the Edges.
Outside oversight and input becomes increasingly vital as a company grows. Official boards of directors and unofficial advisory boards can provide connections and ideas to drive business expansion.
Kansas City is a connected place for entrepreneurs and small-business owners. From chambers of commerce to high-tech groups, KC offers a number of places to plug in.
Know what your customers want and make it easy for them to buy what your business is selling.
Venture capitalists usually make investments later in the business cycle. They exchange their investment for a portion of the company’s ownership.
Without benchmarks, you don’t know where you need to improve. How can you be expected to know what is good if you aren’t sure what is bad?
LLC? Sole Proprietorship? S Corporation? Determine your business's legal structure.
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The PIPELINE Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program is a nationally acclaimed Midwest immersion program for innovative, high-growth entrepreneurs.
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