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Ready to Scale? Apply for ScaleUP! KC’s 12th Cohort of Top-Tier Businesses

Up to 20 business owners will join 160+ ScaleUP! KC alumni to change the trajectory of their KC businesses.

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Former Musician Uses Innovative Hiring Strategy to Scale KC Electronics Business

GearBrokers’ Aaron Thomas built a strong workforce by creating processes around employee skills.

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Going Up? These Upcoming Programs Can Help Your KC Small Business Grow, Scale

When KC’s entrepreneurs are ready to scale, these Resource Partners can help.

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How 2 KC Business Owners Became Agents of Social Change

The Blakk Co. cofounders saw a need and addressed it – using the skills they learned in their other businesses to create a new social enterprise.

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Is Your KC Small Business Ready for New Heights? Grow, Scale with These 8 Programs

When entrepreneurs are ready to grow or scale, these Kansas City mentors and classes can help.

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ScaleUP! Kansas City Announces 11th Cohort of 20 Scaling Entrepreneurs

ScaleUP! KC cohort 11 features 20 entrepreneurs across the Kansas City metro.

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Ready to Scale Your Top-Tier KC Business? Apply for ScaleUP! Kansas City

Apply for the 11th cohort of ScaleUP! Kansas City and get ready to prime your small business for the next level.

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Ruby Jean’s Juicery Lifted by Community Support as COVID-19 Pauses 2 Locations

The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging but also eye-opening for Chris Goode of Ruby Jean’s Juicery.

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Mom’s Secret Barbecue Sauce Inspires KC Entrepreneur’s Next Business during COVID-19

Serial entrepreneur Earstin Sanders started a new business during COVID-19. His Kansas City venture shares a special sauce and a passion for helping the community.

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‘What if?’ Inspires KC Business to Reimagine Mental Health Care, Pivot amid COVID-19

When the coronavirus pandemic hit Kansas City, Amber Reed and her team of therapists at Resolve felt called to make a difference for frontline workers.

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