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A managed IT company is expanding into a new vertical.
K12itc, which serves schools, has launched Civic ITC to provide IT infrastructure management, connectivity and maintenance for municipal and county governments, chambers of commerce and other civic organizations. (more…)
The Kansas Department of Commerce Office of Minority and Women Business Development has announced its 34th Annual Minority and Women Business Awards as part of 2018 Kansas Minority Enterprise Development Week.
Eleven businesses and two individuals honored are based in the Kansas City area, highlighting the metro’s cultivation of diverse entrepreneurs. (more…)
A Kansas City-area law firm will provide additional small business services with a new acquisition. (more…)
Starting with fiscal year 2019, small businesses will have access to lower surety bond rates through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Surety Bond Guarantee (SBG) program. (more…)
AltCap, a Kansas City community development financial institution, presents two educational opportunities for entrepreneurs in October. (more…)
National tech repair company uBreakiFix opens two new locations in the Kansas City metro area this month. (more…)
A Kansas City business development organization is looking for entrepreneurs to take part in a pitch competition that could net winners up to $10,000. (more…)
A daylong event will bring together entrepreneurs to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of owning a business.
A Kansas City company has forged a strategic partnership with a leader in global content management that will broaden its footprint and help brands worldwide. (more…)