A somewhat recent video of hottie Karruche washing a classic car might be more captivating and historically relevant than a recent gambit from denizens of the Kansas City startup scene but their efforts deserve a peek as well . . .
And so we examine the Kansas City tech world attempting to get "woke" (and avoid going broke) as they prep for the future . . .
"Part of ensuring Kansas City’s bright future depends on addressing its past. Turning the Red Line into Green Lines, stimulating underserved communities and investing in the success of BIPOC members of KC’s community is a must if Kansas City aims to become the Most Entrepreneurial City in America."
"A hardworking Midwestern city prides itself on its accomplishments, of which there are many. From thriving new startups to multi-million dollar exits, this session looks at how Kansas City is building an economical ecosystem ripe for dreamers and creators to thrive. "
You decide . . .