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Most businesses are funded through the kindness (and generosity) of family and friends.
Personal and business credit is vital if you're seeking capital.
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Find out what venture capital is, if your business is ready and who can help.
Find grants that fund research of high-risk, high-growth businesses.
KCSourceLink tracks KC startups that received outside capital to grow their businesses.
Small businesses owners entering the growth stage are often challenged to develop effective strategies to motivate and encourage innovation among employees. Creating a work environment that allows employees not only to fulfill their required duties, but also to develop strategies that can help a business grow faster through outside-the-box thinking is key to success.
Three more student-led companies have been selected for proof-of-concept funding support through a partnership involving Digital Sandbox KC and UMKC’s E-Scholars program.
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.
Before you dive in, learn the federal and state requirements to open a nonprofit organization in Kansas and Missouri.
Network Navigator Chanté Keller recommends these events and classes to grow your Kansas City business or startup.
Raul Villegas isn’t shy about going after big goals, but he also knows you need a strong team to reach them.
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.
Here's how you can host a virtual or in-person GEWKC Community Event during the 2020 celebration.
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