WSU Metropolitan Complex
Home to the WSU KSBDC
NOTICE: On October 13-15, our staff members will attend a KSBDC State Meeting. Although we cannot take your call during our meeting, you can leave a voice mail at 316-978-3193. At the same time, we will transition our computers to a new server, and we will not receive email until the transition is complete. You can continue to register for workshops online at REGISTER. We will be back in regular communication on October 16.
Are you ready to start a new business?
We will help you turn your business idea into reality.
Get started with our free, two hour workshop, Meeting the 3Ms: Learning the Basics of Marketing, Management, and Money. From there, we will consult with you individually.
Are you ready to grow your business?
If you look at our staff page, you can tell that our consultants can help. We will work with you on any business issue and help you increase your profits.
Are you ready for training?
We offer over 200 workshops every year on topics of common interest.
We also will develop customized training for you and your staff.
Last year, our clients started 70 businesses, created 830 full and part time jobs, and generated over $97 million in sales. Enjoy some of their success stories. You will also find testimonials from our clients on our Business in Motion page.
Return on Investment
For every $1 invested in the WSU KSBDC program by federal, state and local funders in 2014, we returned over $49.
Guide to Starting or Expanding a Business in South Central Kansas
Many government agencies and membership organizations would like to help you start, expand or grow your business. "Your Guide to Starting or Expanding a Business in South Central Kansas" provides an overview of these groups. Your KSBDC consultant will help you identify which groups will be able to best assist you with your current needs.
Learn about opportunities from the KSBDC and our many resource partners on our News page.
We look forward to working with you!
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Funded by the Kansas Department of Commerce and hosted by Wichita State University.
Accredited member of America's Small Business Development Centers