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As part of the Kansas City Catalytic Urban Redevelopment (KC-CUR) initiative, Greater KC LISC and the Urban Neigborhood Initiatve (UNI) are launching a listening campaign to hear directly from women and minority-owned businesses on Kansas City’s near east side. This is an opportunity for business owners to tell their stories, connect with resources and name what they need to sustain and grow their businesses.
LISC and UNI are working with their consultant, Eastside Collaborative, to engage hundreds of business owners through the KC-CUR Small Business Opportunity Survey, one-on-one conversations and community meetings. The survey focuses on women and minority-owned businesses on the city’s near east side, which roughly spans from Troost Avenue to Prospect Avenue, and from 52nd Street to Truman Road. The survey launched September 16 and runs through October 12.
Will you take 8 minutes to share your experiences with us? Your feedback will help the Kansas City Catalytic Urban Redevelopment (KC-CUR) initiative to bridge the gaps between resources, opportunity and entrepreneurs in Kansas City’s near east side.