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Kansas City: Five Reasons Startup Village Could Happen Only Here

KC's Google Fiber pipeline is the furnace driving the city's startups. Source: Google Fiber

is a residential block that has been home to as many as 32 startups at once. It began with no funding or master plan but has evolved into an incubator and, as of last year, an official 501(c)3 nonprofit.

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