Start-Up/Aspiring Entrepreneurs

If you're starting a new business, KSBDC can help.

To begin, consider taking a workshop on starting a business.  The KSBDC start-up workshops include:

  • Starting a Business:  Success Right from the Workshop (6-9:30 p.m.)
  • Starting a Business: Small Business Basics in a Day (8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)

There are also eight- and 16- week business planning courses available during the fall and spring semesters at JCCC.

After you have completed a start-up workshop or have the beginnings of a business plan, you may set an appointment with one of the KSBDC's experienced small business consultants. There is no charge for this service.

For more information or to set an appointment, email the KSBDC or call 913-469-3878.

Please check out the Resources and Forms section for additional information that may be helpful to you.

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Phone: 913-469-8500
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913-469-2547
Location:
12345 College Blvd.
Overland Park, KS 66210
Regnier Center (RC) 240
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Melanie Coleman

TallulahBelle’s LLC

As an avid art collector and world traveler, Melanie Coleman dedicated many of her travels to finding unique, artisan-made creations. While visiting Alaska with her daughter, Melanie decided to act on her lifelong dream of creating a gallery space in the Kansas City area. Read more about TallulahBelle’s.

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Inclement Winter Weather: Attending a KSBDC workshop? Please note that your workshop will be canceled if JCCC is closed on the day it is scheduled due to inclement winter weather.


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Association of Small Business Development Centers

The JCCC Kansas Small Business Development Center recognizes the support of the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Kansas Department of Commerce. The support given through such funding does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of the opinions, products or services of the co-sponsor(s) or participants’ opinions, products or services. Programs are nondiscriminatory, and reasonable accommodations will be made, upon request, for persons with disabilities.