Links to materials:

  1. Company Logo

  2. Release - Can Ivy League Professors Jump-Start a Group of Kansas City Minority Businesses in Less Than Three Days?

  3. Photo 1 - Dr. Fred McKinney and Ron Coker welcome minority business owners to the second session of the Kansas City Strategy and Business Development for Minority Business Entrepreneurs.

  4. Photo 2 - Dr. Fred McKinney kicks-off Tuck-KC at Burns & McDonnell in Kansas City, Mo.

  5. Photo 3 - Minority business owner Nilson Goes leads Infinite Energy Construction in Kansas City, Mo.

  6. Photo 4 - Nilson Goes is attending Tuck-KC for the second year at Burns & McDonnell.

  7. Photo 5 - Ron Coker discusses the value of partnerships with Kansas City's minority business owners.

  8. Photo 6 - More than 30 minority business owners attended Tuck-KC in Kansas City, Mo.

  9. Photo 7 - Kansas City minority business owners gather for a session on developing and implementing a business strategy for growth.

  10. Corporate Profile