Thursday, August 18, 2011

Small Business works in Kansas

The U.S. Department of Treasury announced last week they are providing funds to two banks in Kansas via their Small Business Lending Fund. This fund was created as part of the 2010 Jobs Act to help banks lend to new small businesses. This fund is just one of many resources available to entrepreneurs. Find more resources for new business start-ups below.

Small Business Lending Fund (U.S. Treasury)

Kansas Business Center (Kansas Department of Commerce)

Network Kansas (Non-profit)

Kansas Small Business Development Center (Partnership between Kansas Department of Commerce and US Small Business Administration)

Minority and Women Business Development (Kansas Department of Commerce)

Federal and State business grants (Network Kansas)

Federal grants (Small Business Administration)

Business incentives to locate in Kansas

Small Business Workshops (Kansas Department of Revenue)

Advantage Loan Initiatives (Small Business Administration)

Financing for small business and non-profits

New markets venture capital (Small Business Administration)

Article contact: Kim Harp


PeterH said...

Entrepreneurs starting or expanding small businesses can attend the free GovFest at the Johnson County Library Central Resource Branch in Overland Park on November 17. GovFest is an exhibition of no cost and low cost help available to entrepreneurs from government agencies and not-for-profits. Many of the organizations mentioned in this KGI blog will be in attendance.

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