Saturday, September 07, 2019

Tech Saves Kansas City From Recession???

An argument for innovation and allocation as old fashioned yield curve inversion pushes the nation closer to an economic slow down.

Take a look:

Amid recession talk, job-creating startups need government focus now, Kauffman says

U.S. policymakers must shift their focus from the old ways of doing business to efforts that boost entrepreneurship at the grassroots levels and target traditionally underoptimized communities, according to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fix the god damn streets.

Anonymous said...

Mow your freaking lawn.

Anonymous said...

Kauffman's business was hijacked by a bunch bullshit artists.

Anonymous said...

Isn't that one of Diana Pander's gigs?
Maybe Jason can lead the way in a local tech revolution!
Tiny Houses for veterans is so so yesterday.
And media coverage of HIM is fading.
When you don't have a serious enough idea to get someone to lend you their own money, you just head for a government office.
Works great in KCMO.
Just look at all the financially upside-down in the downtown renaissance!
Momentum!

Anonymous said...

What the government should do is get the hell out of the way.

Anonymous said...

What's the big deal with start-ups? We see businesses "start-up" all the time. We also see a sign in the window saying this business is "out of business". A case of big dreams and little or no capital, combined with NO experience running a business. Business schools churn out grads by the hundreds, each of them with a dream. They need to teach them about why businesses fail so they can avoid the pitfalls.