The article outlines how the program will connect selected startups to a mix of mentors that includes Spencer Fane attorneys, its clients, and community contacts to help the emerging companies grow. As companies that participate in the program mature, the result is mutually beneficial.
“I think the more great innovators and entrepreneurs we can get here in Kansas City, the better it is for everybody – every company, every citizen,” Patrick explained in the article. “It’s more jobs, and it’s all positive for our city.”
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