The Clay County Economic Development Council and Mid-Continent Public Library will host their next Small Business Bootcamp on March 10 at 8:30 a.m. at the Woodneath Library Center, 8900 Flintlock Road, Kansas City.
The event will focus on helping local entrepreneurs start and grow their own business.
Presentations will begin at 9 a.m. with keynote speaker, Andrew Potter, owner of the newly opened RoKC climbing gym in North Kansas City. Expert-led breakout sessions, networking and a resource fair of organizations that aid small businesses will follow him.
“The bootcamp is a great place for aspiring entrepreneurs to get started, whether it’s by making new connections, learning new skills, or finding the right resources to launch their business,” said Hanna Taylor, Business Specialist at Mid-Continent Public Library.
Attendees will choose between breakout sessions on the topics of: How to Get Your Business License; Doing Business in the Cloud; Insuring Your New Company; Legalese for Small Business Owners; Social Media for Sales; and What the EDC Can Do for You
The breakout sessions will be led by expert speakers such as Adrienne Haynes, a founding partner of SEED Law, Jason Crowley, owner of Indigex, Anne Cull, owner of ThinkViral, and a panel of local city representatives such as John Pajor, manager of BizCare.
This program is funded by a grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Registration for this event is free and required. For more information or to register, visit mymcpl.org/squareone.
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