Kansas City’s a great place to start a business, Fast Company says
We may not be known as the safest hamlet in the country or the most attractive, but entrepreneurial-minded folks looking for a place to start up a business may find a haven in Kansas City.
In a Fast Company article titled, “Why You Should Start a Business in … Kansas City,” the biggest draw was the number of mentorship programs available through non-profit organizations like the Kaufmann Foundation. The article interviews Bo Fishback, who runs Kaufmann Labs, a “startup incubator” of sorts which pays “entrepreneurs for up to six months while they
build out their startups.” So what makes Kansas City such a dynamic startup town?