NetWork Kansas serves as a link between business owners and resources available through state government and provides a central point of contact to streamline the business startup process. A NetWork Kansas referral coordinator will connect you with resources within the state that are involved in all aspects of starting a business, including legal structure, employment, taxes, licensing and some federal requirements.
The program plays a catalyst role in matching private investment capital with high potential start-up companies, through the facilitation of Angel Networks and administration of Angel Tax Credits. The Angel Networks provide entrepreneurs and investors a forum to collaborate. Members are accredited investors experienced in funding and growing emerging technology businesses in Kansas and surrounding areas.
For information on how to be a network member or apply for funding, visit these websites:
Venture capital companies are an integral factor in providing critical private investment capital to high potential early-stage companies. The venture capital firms listed typically have investors who are experienced in funding and growing businesses in Kansas and surrounding areas.
Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship
John Gendron Manager, Referral Center Programs and Operations