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April 14, 2014

From The Kansas City Business Journal

Kansas City-area technology companies are experiencing a real boom, but a shortage of IT talent is slowing their progress.

The Kansas City Business Journal convened a roundtable of area tech leaders to talk about the quest for talent and other subjects, including Google Fiber, accessing capital, and building and maintaining momentum.

Now, everyone, (not just subscribers) can see what our roundtable of experts had to say in the March 14, 2014, weekly edition. The panel included Adam Arredondo, co-leader of Kansas City Startup Village and co-founder of Local Ruckus LLC; Greg Kratofil, a technology lawyer at Polsinelli PC; Laura Loyacono, director of KC STEM Alliance; Kevin McGinnis, vice president of Pinsight Media+ and the Sprint Developer Program; Kris Strauch, director of IT at Sporting Innovations LP; and Ryan Weber, president of KCnext.

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