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The NetWork Kansas Referral Center

The NetWork Kansas Referral Center is a free service for entrepreneurs and small business owners who are interested in starting or growing a business in Kansas. A staff of experienced referral coordinators guides clients through the basic legal requirements that affect their particular business and connects them to resources that offer expertise, education, and financial assistance. Our motto? The right resource at the right time. Entrepreneurs can contact the referral center online by chat or e-mail and toll-free. This process saves entrepreneurs time, money, and frustration, enabling them to make a positive difference in the Kansas economy.

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NetWork Kansas resource partners are nonprofit or public sector organizations that provide business-building services to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Working with a NetWork Kansas resource partner helps businesses get the prompt, local assistance they need to access all types of resources to start or grow their business. NetWork Kansas has a network of 500+ resource partners offering all kinds of business assistance.

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Entrepreneurship News

Youth Entrepreneurship Series Recap - 2016-2017

NetWork Kansas concluded the local-level of the 2016-2017 Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC) Series on March 22 with a record twenty-one community entrepreneurship competitions. The YEC Series consists of local-level youth entrepreneurship competitions hosted by volunteers. The goal of the competition is to expose Kansas middle school and high school students to entrepreneurship and to give students hands-on experience thinking entrepreneurially. Twenty-one local events in Kansas cities and counties will culminate in a state championship hosted at Fort Hays State University on April 24, 2017.

Five Businesses Receive Funding from NetWork Kansas During December

By NetWork Kansas | January 6, 2017 --- During the month of December, five businesses received NetWork Kansas funding through the Kansas Capital Multiplier Funds and E-Community Partnership. Congratulations!