Biztech is a collaboration between the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank's Community Development and Code-A-Thon teams. Participants in the 2019 Code-A-Thon developed mobile applications small business owners could use to solve common problems. The following application demos are the results from the competition. For information on any of these products, contact Dell Gines, Senior Community Development Advisor. 

External LinkEntrepreneurchute is a web application that seeks to connect aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced mentors. 

External LinkBinder seeks to foster entrepreneurship among self starters by bridging the gap between startup owners and like-minded individuals interested in creating a business.

External LinkValleyFind aggregates API data to help entrepreneurs find the perfect location for their next business.

External LinkDeVet is a tool used to research what languages a potential employee is proficient in. This allows a busy entrepreneur to quickly vet candidates for a development position in their business. 

External LinkHEAT stands for Hosted Entrepreneur Access Technology and is a networking system intended to connect young entrepreneurs with potential customers in their area.

External LinkJKJ Task Manager is an employee management application that aims to efficiently assign current tasks to available employees and report back to the employer.

External LinkThe SMA[RT] application utilizes live Google Trends data to measure interest in a given industry (within a region) and uses this data to compute a trend score.