Additional Entrepreneurial Resources
The links on this page provide information on additional resources available to Kansas companies. Resources included are for SBIR programs, inventors, small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is a federal government program administered by 10 federal agencies to provide early-stage research and development funding to small technology companies (or individual entrepreneurs who form a company). Solicitations for research and development within specific topics are released periodically by each of the agencies. Companies are invited to compete for funding by submitting proposals answering the technical topic needs of the agency's solicitation.
SBIR Events Calendar
PIPELINE Entrepreneurial Immersion Program
PIPELINE is a regional fellowship program designed to equip entrepreneurs with the training, networks, resources and know-how to assist them in launching successful high-growth enterprises. The fellowship links innovators to a robust and powerful network of mentors, peers and support professionals to equip them to launch successful companies throughout their professional careers.
Learn more about PIPELINE.
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
USPTO Inventory Assistance Center
Independent Inventors Resource Website
National Inventor Fraud Center
Invent Now - National Inventors Hall of Fame
Small Business Resources
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Local SBA Resources
Kansas SBA District Office
Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship (dba NetWork Kansas)
The Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship (dba NetWork Kansas) works to establish entrepreneurship and small business as a priority for economic and community development in Kansas. The center strives to promote an entrepreneurial culture throughout the state by connecting entrepreneurs and small businesses to the expertise, education and economic resources they need. The center also administers the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), which provides state-level, small business lending services through the Kansas Capital Multiplier Loan Fund and the Kansas Capital Multiplier Venture Fund.
For more information, visit NetWork Kansas
offers information, services and advice for small business owners.
Internal Revenue Service
- The Champion of Small Business