After seeking crowdfunding money from Kickstarter, Drew Cobb (left) and Zach Henderson now run the Colony, a coffee shop and bar that recently opened at 312 Armour Road in North Kansas City. Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular way of helping small businesses get started. Henderson and Cobb didn’t actually see any of the money from Kickstarter; private investors mostly funded the Colony, but they did see some benefits from the Kickstarter effort.
After seeking crowdfunding money from Kickstarter, Drew Cobb (left) and Zach Henderson now run the Colony, a coffee shop and bar that recently opened at 312 Armour Road in North Kansas City. Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular way of helping small businesses get started. Henderson and Cobb didn’t actually see any of the money from Kickstarter; private investors mostly funded the Colony, but they did see some benefits from the Kickstarter effort. James Wooldridge Special to The Star
After seeking crowdfunding money from Kickstarter, Drew Cobb (left) and Zach Henderson now run the Colony, a coffee shop and bar that recently opened at 312 Armour Road in North Kansas City. Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular way of helping small businesses get started. Henderson and Cobb didn’t actually see any of the money from Kickstarter; private investors mostly funded the Colony, but they did see some benefits from the Kickstarter effort. James Wooldridge Special to The Star