Congratulations to the 27 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during June.
NetWork Kansas alongside the Kansas Department of Commerce, announced they will be expanding their programs to bring computer science connections to more Kansas areas.
NetWork Kansas announces it has awarded $250,000 in grants from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas (BCBSKS). The grants have been given to nine colleges and small businesses in Kansas that are making personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers with low supply during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Today NetWork Kansas announced that Mid America Bank made a commitment to support Restart Kansas in Douglas County and the funds were used to provide loans to nine businesses.
The root of the inequities experienced by the African-American community should be addressed — including roots that have created inequities in economic development and entrepreneurship. Christina Long offers key takeaways on how the Restart Kansas County Loan program has benefitted African-American entrepreneurs in Wichita and how the program can serve as a lending model to advance inclusion in entrepreneurship.
Congratulations to the 29 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during May.
Today, NetWork Kansas launched Restart Kansas, an initiative led by local leadership teams and Network Kansas professionals to assist Kansas communities in creating a new resource for small businesses.
Congratulations to the three businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during March.
Dell Gines of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City inteviews NetWork Kansas' leadership to highlight how NetWork Kansas leveraged its statewide entrepreneurship ecosystem and partners to provide emergency capital to 340 entrepreneurs across the state in a span of three days.