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TREKK Design Group doubles Kansas City footprint

KANSAS CITY, Mo — Last Thursday the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced that civil engineering firm TREKK Design Group is more than doubling the size of its facilities in Kansas City with a move to its newly renovated, 16,300-square-foot headquarters. The expansion represents a $500,000 investment by TREKK Design …

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Small Business Bootcamp Draws Full House

Insight into Greater Kansas City’s growing entrepreneurial environment and tips for small business owners drew nearly 150 people to the Sept. 23 Small Business Bootcamp at the Woodneath branch of Mid-Continent Public Library. Sponsored by the Clay County Economic Development Council and the library, the event featured keynote speaker Rachel …

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Mazuma Credit Union Launches “Cash Car” YouTube Show

Kansas City based Mazuma Credit Union’s marketing tends to tilt toward entertainment. True to form they have launched a new YouTube show called Cash Car. In it, participants are asked a series of questions about the financial industry and rewarded with cash for correct answers. The first episode features participants …

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Small Business Bootcamp to Feature Google Fiber

The Clay County Economic Development Council and Mid-Continent Public Library will host a Small Business Bootcamp on Friday, Sept. 23 at 8:30 a.m. at the Woodneath Library Center, 8900 Flintlock Road, Kansas City. Keynote speaker for the event will be Rachel Hack Merlo, Google Fiber, Community Impact Manager – Kansas …

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Costco™ Construction Progress

This is a guest post by Wes Minder. You can find his blog over at the Line Creek Loudmouth. Costco™ pad site delivery is moving forward rather quickly.  The site no longer looks like a scene from the Lorax™ and the developer has the building foundation has been treated and …

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NEBA Plans CEO Roundtable on IT Workforce Sept. 6

The Northland Education and Business Alliance (NEBA) will sponsor the third in a series of CEO Roundtables at Maple Woods Community College beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 6. A panel of area information technology leaders and service providers will discuss workforce training and other issues before an audience of NEBA …

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