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60 Second Skinny with Zach Pettet

In this interview with Zach Pettet you will get the inside scoop on NBKC Bank and Fountain City Fintech. See how they are on the road to success, solving real problems, creating healthy initiatives, and redefining the way entrepreneurs bank.

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FUND Conference Partners With Kansas City Startup Foundation

FUND Conference is excited to announce an ongoing partnership with the Kansas City Startup Foundation, a leading organization pushing economic development in and around Kansas City. This organization is quite a unique and valuable entrepreneurial ecosystem that boasts a valuable and diverse platform of programs that make a collective impact on the community from a content, publication, and event angle.

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FUND Conference Partners with StartUp Health

We’re excited to partner with StartUp Health to further drive innovation and Digital Health forward. In this partnership announcement you will get to learn about Startup Health’s moonshot vision and how their global army is solving the world’s biggest health challenges.

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Iowa AgriTech Accelerator Partnership Announcement

We are excited to announce that the Iowa AgriTech Accelerator will be a partner with FUND moving forward into the future. The Iowa AgriTech Accelerator is a mentor-led program that allows startups to collaborate with agriculture industry leaders and present their solutions to refine product-market fit, perform customer discovery within the industry, and build strategic partnerships.

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7 of the best incubators in the Midwest

From Chicago to Missouri to Iowa, the Heartland is not just a place to ‘flyover’ but a place where innovation meets opportunity. More and more businesses are setting up shop in the Midwest and it’s clear to see why. From a lower cost of living to a booming tech industry, the heartland is giving the West Coast a run for its money. When looking for an Incubator, don’t leave these seven companies off your list.

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