Kansas City is committed to becoming the most entrepreneurial city in America, and we’re doing our part by sharing its innovators’ stories.
Startland News is a digital magazine reporting on the Kansas City area’s most innovative ideas from entrepreneurs, startups, government, educators and corporations. We aim to be a resource and advocate for innovators and early-stage businesses in the region by serving as their storytellers. With a highly-engaged local and Midwest audience, we exist to spotlight risk takers and bold progressive action in the community we serve.
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“It is vital to tell the full story of what’s going on in Kansas City’s growing entrepreneurial community – the successes and challenges, the people and the businesses, the questions and the answers. Having an outlet solely focused on entrepreneurship in Kansas City informs and connects entrepreneurs, policymakers and the organizations that support entrepreneurs. The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation sponsors Startland News to serve one of its primary goals – to advance Kansas City’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.” – Nathan Kurtz, Entrepreneurship program officer, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Based in Kansas City, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is a private, nonpartisan foundation that aims to foster economic independence by advancing educational achievement and entrepreneurial success.
Husch Blackwell is an industry-focused law firm with offices in 18 cities throughout the United States. We actively partner with our start-up clients and collaborate with them across the full range of legal, business and financial considerations they encounter as they create and grow their businesses. We bring to bear the right mix of legal services at the right time, ensuring startups and early-stage companies that Husch Blackwell is the law firm you won’t outgrow.
From offices in 18 U.S. cities, Husch Blackwell delivers legal insight that helps our clients identify smart solutions, advance their goals and move forward.
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