Economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, and other organizations and businesses to help with your relocation or expansion:
Galena Chamber Of Commerce
To serve and strengthen community awareness and help provide economic development while supporting business partners.
P.O. Box 465, Galena, KS 66739 (Map & Aerial View)
Olathe Economic Development Council
The Council offers business relocation assistance, business expansion and retention assistance, local & state development assistance programs, financing assistance, tax abatements for new and existing industry, tax increment financing (TIF), industrial revenue bonds (IRBs), and international trade development.
18001 W. 106th St., Ste. 160, Olathe, KS 66061 (Map & Aerial View)
(913) 782-4636 Fax
Columbus Economic Development Corp.
We assist entrepreneurial individuals & other corporate entities in defining their needs, structuring third party assistance & packaging financial & technical assistance. We also help structure incentive packages available from state & local sources.
224 S. Kansas Ave., Columbus, KS 66725 (Map & Aerial View)
Finney County Economic Development Corp.
The Finney County Economic Development Corporation was created for and is committed to the continual improvement of the economic quality of life in the Finney County area.
1509 E. Fulton Ter., Garden City, KS 67846 (Map & Aerial View)
(620) 271-0588 Fax
Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce
The purpose of the Chamber is to advance the general welfare, quality of life and prosperity of the Greater Topeka area to benefit the citizens and the community. Emphasis shall be given to the economic, civic, commercial, cultural, industrial and educational interests.
120 Southeast 6th Avenue, Suite 110, Topeka, KS 66603 (Map & Aerial View)
Greater Wichita Economic Development Coalition
GWEDC is a public-private partnership dedicated to promoting recruitment, retention and expansion of targeted economic driver industries in Wichita/Sedgwick County, facilitating diverse and quality jobs and capital investment which generate overall positive return on public investment, and marketing the South Central Kansas region as an exceptional business location.
350 West Douglas Street, Wichita, KS 67202 (Map & Aerial View)
Hutchinson County Economic Development
The organization seeks to help companies with their business relocation/expansion needs, from incentives to detailed research to site tours in Hutchinson/Reno County.
324 East 4th Street, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (Map & Aerial View)
Kansas Department Of Commerce
The Kansas Department of Commerce is the lead economic development agency for the state. We strive to recruit new business and help existing companies expand their business presence in Kansas.
1000 S.W. Jackson St., Ste. 150, Topeka, KS 66612 (Map & Aerial View)
Russell County Economic Development
The Economic Development office is part of an Enterprise Facilitation Zone to enhance entrepreneural possibilities. Business assistance is available upon request, accompanied by a full business plan and statement of needs. The requests are reviewed by the board with consideration given to the number of jobs created, the return to the community in the way of property tax and/or sales tax, and capital investment.
331 E. Wichita Ave., Russell, KS 67665 (Map & Aerial View)
(785) 483-2827 Fax
Shawnee Economic Development Council
The Shawnee Economic Development Council (SEDC) was established in 1994 to promote the general welfare of Shawnee, including but not limited to fostering and encouraging all facets of quality economic development-industrial, commercial & residential-which will have a significant impact on the economic growth of the community. The City of Shawnee, the Shawnee Chamber of Commerce and members of the business community are partners and contribute financially to the SEDC effort.
15100 W. 67Th St., Ste. 202, Shawnee, KS 66217 (Map & Aerial View)
(913) 631-9628 Fax
Kansas Industrial News:
Manufacturing Jobs Increase In Kansas Over Past Year (5/13/2011)
Kansas Industrial Jobs Declined 4.7% Over Past Year (5/14/2010)
Kansas Industrial Employment Declines 3.2% According To Manufacturers Directory (5/18/2009)
Kansas Manufacturing Jobs Jumped 1.5% Over One Year; Up 4.6% Over Three Years (5/13/2008)
Kansas Industrial Employment Jumps 2.1% In 2006 According To State Manufacturers' Directory (5/11/2007)
Kansas Manufacturers See Increase In Jobs, Plants (5/9/2006)
Looking to reach Kansas manufacturers? Access the Kansas Manufacturers Database compiled by MNI.
*Manufacturing stats updated on 5/17/2013. All other stats updated on 5/17/2013. Listings updated on 5/25/2013.