Having recently read the Wall Street Journal’s article “Russia’s Once Budding Startup Scene Retreats” (September 9, 2014), it makes us realize a few things about work spaces, the state of entrepreneurship and good intentions. Today, it seems that many communities’ answer to economic development questions centers around entrepreneurship and supporting…
A White House blog elaborates on IT training programs and public-private partnerships to prepare for 1.4 million new information technology jobs by 2020.
The Wichita Eagle summarizes a successful day of entrepreneurship for Wichita, Kansas with the ICT Unconference.
A Kansas City Business Journal article outlines the startup scene expanding into the Crossroads including Think Big moving into a new building.
Kansas City Business Journal journalist, Bobby Burch, discusses with Think Big Co-Founder, Herb Sih, about his path to Think Big.
A Kansas City Business Journal article speaks on the partnership between Think Big Partners and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kansas City.
iKC Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference is June 20 at H&R Block Hosted by The Chamber and Think Big Partners
iKC announces agenda, speakers, keynote address, exhibit opportunities and Fire Up pitches for June 20 conference. iKC, the premier conference on innovation and entrepreneurship, was born out of a merger between two successful events – the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s Innovation Conference and Think Big Partners’ Think Big…
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and Think Big Partners Launch iKC Site for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and Think Big Partners have launched the new website for Kansas City’s innovation and entrepreneur conference, now known as iKC. iKC, formerly known as The Chamber’s Innovation Conference and Think Big Partners’ Think Big Kansas City, is a day-long conference that will be hosted by…
Kansas City Business Journal article covers the Gigabit Challenge, a business plan competition.
TechCrunch reports on the Gigabit Challenge business plan competition and the stop SOPA petition.