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Kansas is the perfect place to do business, with an abundance of business advantages, including a highly-skilled workforce, vibrant rural and urban communities, and a business-friendly climate.
Kansas is special because of its great schools, beautiful scenery, and a low cost of living, Kansans enjoy an amazing quality of life. We have cities that offer excellent cultural options, from food and music to sports and art. We are also famous for our friendly small towns and wide-open spaces.
The Kansas Department of Commerce wants to hear from you. Let’s start a conversation about how Kansas can help your business be more productive, sell more products, hire the hardest working people around, and take care of any other needs you might have.
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Kansas is a leader in supporting advanced manufacturing through education, incentives and in a pro-business climate.
More than 100 years since the first plane was built in Kansas, the state remains a vibrant hub for aviation and aerospace manufacturing.
Kansas is a leader in the renewable energy industry.
The Animal Health Corridor includes the single largest concentration of animal health interests in the world. Anchored in Manhattan, Kan., it routes directly through Kansas City.
Kansas offers comprehensive support for world-class research, commercialization and business expansion.
Being a top producer of valuable commodities and raw materials naturally allows for Kansas’ leadership in value-added agricultural goods, as well as a variety of finished goods and ingredients.
As the geographic center of the United States, Kansas is at America’s crossroads.
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Topeka, Kan. - Kansas has joined The Skillful State Network, a Markle Foundation initiative. Governor Laura Kelly, along with the governors of California, Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Pennsylvania have joined the founding states in the Network’s efforts to create a labor market in which skills learned anywhere are valued and people can rapidly…
Topeka, Kan. - The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (KCAIC) will conduct a webinar hosted by the Kansas PRIDE program on April 18 from 12 - 1 p.m. Peter Jasso will give an overview of current grant categories, partnership programs, and upcoming events as well as answer questions from participants. The webinar will also be…