WILL THE KANSAS CITY STARTUP SCENE FINALLY LIVE UP TO JOB CREATION PROMISES AMID 2020 ELECTION SEASON?!?
The arrival of Google Fiber sparked a wave of tech contenders -- To be fair, some companies have earned millions in venture capital and early stage revenue but most quickly disappeared. Here's just a bit of news that argues for more 2020 local tech interest as JOBS PROMISED from this local Internets movement have always been in short supply.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Today, the Missouri Department of Economic Development announced that three companies are expanding in Kansas City, Missouri, with plans to create 388 new jobs and invest a projected $4.9 million. "We are always excited when innovative companies like Simplifyy, Mark II Transfer Station, and Homebase, LLC, bring their talents and operations to Missouri," Governor Mike Parson said.