Congratulations to the 8 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during March.
Chris Tecklenburg completed the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in Reno County during the Fall of 2018. Here he talks about the impact that this program has had on him and how it has helped him work toward launching his business, Tecklenburg Farms.
Congratulations to the 13 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during February.
Scott Weinmann attended Destination BootCamp in May of 2017 as part of a group from Atchison participating in the Community Reinvention Program. Here he talks about the impact that this program has had on the growth of his business.
Shelley Paasch, of NetWork Kansas, shares her synopsis of what happened in 2018 in the Eastern Region of Kansas.
Joanne Smith completed the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in Montgomery County during the Fall of 2016. Here she talks about the impact that this program has had on her and how it has helped her work toward launching her business, FAB Creative Services.
Bridget Stanton competed in both the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 YEC Series in Riley County. She placed first in her local event for two years in a row. In April 2017, she won third place at the YEC State Championship. In April 2018, she won second place at the KEC State Championship.
Congratulations to the 15 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during January.
Sherman County hosted their sixth annual YEC Series event. Jessica Bonner, City of Goodland Administrative Assistant, and Suzanne McClure, City of Goodland Economic Development Director, organized this event.
Morton County is a new E-Community with a smaller population but had 19 students involved in its first YEC Series event in December. Becki Richardson, EPICTOUCH Economic Development Director, shares how the event was organized.