A Johnson County advertising firm has room to grow after a recent move. Along with the new space, the 51-year-old firm unveiled a fresh logo and brand position. (more…)
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Smart Companies to Watch are businesses that think bigger and are taking it to the next level. They do things differently, and you’ll definitely want to see where they go next! (more…)
Summit Homes, a Lee’s Summit-based new-home builder, recently took on a new project to benefit Children’s Mercy hospital.
In September, Summit Homes unveiled its first Children’s Mercy Home for Little Heroes at the Reserve at Ravenwood community in Olathe. (more…)
KCSourceLink, a program of the Innovation Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, has earned a large grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to continue its work building the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration grant will allow KCSourceLink to continue its work as a University Center Economic Development Program to spur entrepreneurship, economic growth and job creation. KCSourceLink received its first University Center Program grant in 2013. (more…)
The new president of Livers Bronze has a familiar name.
Charlie Livers succeeded his brother Richard “Deuce” Livers as head of the Kansas City, Mo., company, which manufactures ornamental hand railing systems. (more…)
A new concept broke ground this month in downtown Overland Park.
Tom’s Town Distilling Co. announced that its spirits will be available in 10 new states in addition to Missouri and Kansas beginning this month. (more…)
ScaleUP! Kansas City, an elite, transformative — and free — four-month program that teaches driven small business owners how to propel their company to the next level of success, seeks entrepreneurs who are ready to grow and scale their operations. (more…)
Marketing agency Sullivan Higdon & Sink announced it will move from the Crossroads Arts District to Westport in November 2019. (more…)