Kansas City startups not slowed down by the pandemic
Three Kansas City startup owners describe their products and why they chose to start their businesses in the midst of the pandemic.
Business innovation is alive and well in Kansas City. Last month, Startland News highlighted their 10 Kansas City startups to watch. Up To Date spoke with the owners of three of them about their products and their decision to launch now and in Kansas City.
Kenzen is harnessing the power of big data to predict and prevent industrial workforce injuries and improve productivity.
Interplay is developing a dog crate attachment that allows an owner to remotely feed and water their pet and visually check on them.
MyAniml uses facial analysis of cattle to see disease before symptoms are noticeable, which could save the bovine industry millions.