Congratulations to the 20 businesses that received funding from NetWork Kansas during May.
Today, NetWork Kansas announced the hiring of Bailee Henry, who joins the staff as Product Manager, E-Community Programs. In her role, Henry will oversee and manage the work of the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC) Series among other responsibilities.
Whether through NetWork Kansas programs or in his role as the Director of Fab Lab ICC and a facilitator/business coach for the Growth Accelerator Program with the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Independence Community College (ICC), Jim Correll is all in when it comes to ecosystem building.
NetWork Kansas is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their first online entrepreneurship business software system, VentureDash. To celebrate the first anniversary, VentureDash is offering 25% off the platform fee through September 17th.
Today, NetWork Kansas announced the hiring of Jenn Laird, who joins the staff as Manager, Rural Entrepreneurship, Eastern Region. In her role, Laird will support the following Entrepreneurship (E-) Communities in the eastern region of Kansas:
In this e2 article, Don Macke and David Iquinta pose the question: Is your community a JEDI hometown? The newest paper describes action steps communities can take to embrace justice, equity, diversity and inclusion to grow entrepreneurship and prosperity for all.
e2, in partnership with NetWork Kansas, announces its National Entrepreneurial Ecosystems (e2) Network. Learn what this means for those working to grow entrepreneurial talent and those building smart eEcosystems.
VentureDash is a software application for running business competitions. When NetWork Kansas partnered with Moonbase Labs to build this software platform, who would have thought it would become the best way to run a business competition, according to experience and market research.
Today NetWork Kansas announced the roll-out of VentureDash, an online entrepreneurship competition management system designed to streamline the facilitation of entrepreneurship fairs and business plan competitions held throughout the state. The system was created by Moonbase Labs based out of Wichita, and will soon be implemented in Entrepreneurship (E-) Communities...