Resources

INCUBATE - FINDING THE RIGHT SPACE TO GROW

KUCTC can help you find the right start-up incubator to meet your business requirements and surround you with peers, resources and mentors that share your passion.

Most incubators are sponsored by economic development organizations, partially subsidizing the costs and increasing the ancillary services offered to entrepreneurs. These services can range from professional services, connections to education and funding resources and even regulatory compliance and IP management.

Bioscience and Technology Business Center - www.btbcku.com
The Bioscience and Technology Business Center (BTBC) is a unique partnership among the City of Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas Department of Commerce, University of Kansas, and the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce to support the bioscience and technology industries in northeastern Kansas. By establishing a modern infrastructure of talent, facilities, and business support services, the BTBC provides tenant companies with the tools to form and grow successful companies. As a result, the BTBC tenant companies can build technology businesses that bring wealth and jobs to the local community.

KU Catalyst - https://catalyst.ku.edu/
The Catalyst is open to all students at KU; it provides resource access that is critical to startup launch success. Students will have access to offce space, mentoring, education, prototyping and access to capital.

STATE RESOURCES — TAX CREDITS

The Kansas Angel Investor Tax Credit Program is a program administered by the Kansas Department of Commerce designed to bring together accredited angel investors with qualified Kansas companies seeking seed and early stage investment. This program enables accredited angel investors to qualify for the Kansas Angel Investor Tax Credit, and allows companies to become certified under the guidelines of the program.

For more information, contact:

Brett Sayre
Program Manager
785.296.5418
Brett.Sayre@ks.gov
Wendi Lucero
Program Support
785.296.6007
Wendi.Lucero@ks.gov

 


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