Brigade Members are invited to attend a special launch party hosted by the Code for America Kansas City fellows. They will be launching BizFriend.ly, the app they've been developing for KC over the past 11 months. Join them for food, music, and special guests.
A message from Ariel & Andrew:
We're so grateful to all of the kindness shown to us this year in Kansas City and want to thank you! Please join us for an evening of local KC fare, drinks, and music to launch our app, BizFriend.ly, and celebrate a year of working together.
If you're coming, please RSVP via this link (on Eventbrite!) and not just the Meetup. Thanks!
Please RSVP by October 30th.
About Code for America Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas are Code for America’s first approved joint application for the fellowship program. The specific ask in Kansas City is to explore economic development, with the goals of helping the government be a resource to entrepreneurs and the government itself becoming more entrepreneurial. Additionally, projects must be regional, supporting the entire city. This year, the fellows, Ariel and Andrew, have worked within city hall on policy and culture change, within the community to create the Brigade, the network of local civic technologists who will continue working with the city, and on their primary application, BizFriend.ly. Code for America has been graciously supported in Kansas City by Mayor Sly James' Office, Mayor Mark Holland's Office, and local community partners including Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Hall Family Foundation, Sprint, Cerner Corporation, Google Fiber, Hallmark Cards, Inc., H&R Block Foundation, and Global Prairie.
BizFriend.ly is a go-to resource where small to mid-sized businesses can find empowering, easy-to-use online tools as well as a learning and sharing community that help entrepreneurs start, run and grow great businesses.