NetWork Kansas’ Entrepreneurship (E-) Community Partnership announces the 2019-2020 Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC) Series.
The spotlight is something that NetWork Kansas’ leaders, Steve Radley and Erik Pedersen, always shine on others. As the featured guests of Thursday night’s Startup Grind in downtown Wichita, the spotlight was all theirs.
Today NetWork Kansas announced the first round of banks who made a commitment to be Anchor Supporters of NetWork Kansas in an effort to provide small businesses with additional support. Anchor Supporters are banks contributing from $50,000-$133,333 each through participation in the Entrepreneurship Tax Credit.
Jenn has given new life to this particular wind turbine in Chase County, Kansas (population 2,683). She “volunTOLD” her husband to figure out why the wind turbine was not working. Here's what this led to.
Terry Trout completed the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in Montgomery County during the Fall of 2012. Here he talks about the impact that this program has had on the growth of his business.
Congratulations to the 12 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during October.
My dream, desire, and passion is that more of Kansas can experience this life changing boot camp. I would like to encourage dreamers, doers, and creators across Kansas to make the trip to Independence and participate in this truly spectacular experience.
Jena Kunc and Dylan White competed in the 2018-2019 YEC Series in Republic County and placed third. Through K-State's executive summary open review, they earned a wild card spot to compete at the Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Details of a new entrepreneurship initiative to benefit Kansas City, Kansas will be detailed at a media briefing on Friday, October 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the KCKCC Technical Education Center, 6565 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66102.
Congratulations to the 10 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during September.