Kansas offers programs and services that help businesses and communities ¬– which is good for all of us!
Kansas welcomes business – and makes it easy to get the help you need.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program CDBG allows the Department of Commerce to distribute federal funds to non-entitlement Kansas cities and counties looking to improve their community.
We partner with Kansas universities and related organizations to support the state's strategic vision of universities as engines of economic growth.
The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (KCAIC) supports the role arts and cultural resources play in all areas of economic and community development.
Kansas is a great place to start and grow a business, or ramp up your exports. Kansas Commerce can assist businesses with expanding their presence and sales in foreign markets.
Federal Opportunity Zones will support new investments in community redevelopment initiatives including agriculture, industry, environmental justice, sustainability, climate change, and affordable housing.
Kansas has a variety of business opportunities from local entrepreneurs, that includes a wide array of industry sectors, thus enabling you to analyze and make a decent choice to invest accordingly.
Learn about the Kansas Main Street program as well as information on the national and local levels.
The Office of Minority and Women Business Development promotes business development with a focus on minority- and women-owned businesses.
The Kansas Department of Commerce is responsible for the administration of labor exchange, labor recruitment, general assessment, testing and screening services for employers and job seekers.
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