At any point in the year, Made in Kansas City works with about 200 to 250 local artists and makers.
“I think that’s just the tip of the iceberg to be honest. I think we can support a lot more,” Made in KC partner Keith Bradley told the Kansas City Business Journal.
Made in KC has been crafting expansion plans throughout the metro, from retail storefronts to coffee shops. It also wants to add small neighborhood shops to make it more convenient for area residents to support local artisans.