Welcome to the Enterprise Center in Johnson County
The Enterprise Center in Johnson County (ECJC) is a non-profit organization that helps Kansas City entrepreneurs grow by providing entrepreneur education, mentoring, office space and connections to capital. The ECJC is a hub of entrepreneurial activity, housing the Women’s Business Center, the Mid-America Angels Investment Network, the Women’s Capital Connection, the Growth Mentoring Service and many growing early-stage companies.
Whether you need help determining where to start or you’re working to grow your business, ECJC can be a valuable resource in helping entrepreneurs and startups navigate the many resources that are available to them. ECJC startup resources are open to all companies, regardless of their location. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Help bring the voice of entrepreneurs to Topeka
The Enterprise Center in Johnson County was recently selected to help form the first-ever Kauffman Entrepreneurs’ Policy Network.
As a part of this initiative, we will be engaging entrepreneurs across the state of Kansas to help bring the voice of the entrepreneurial community to Topeka, though research, events and communications. If you would like to be involved in this effort, please fill out this form so that we can keep you in the loop!
Apply Now for Pitch Perfect Investment Bootcamp!
Are you an entrepreneur seeking investments to grow your business? Have you ever made an unsuccessful pitch to investors? If you have at least two paying customers and are seeking at least $250,000 in investments, then look no further – apply now for ECJC’s newest program, Pitch Perfect Investment Bootcamp.
The next round of our intensive, 8 week bootcamp will begin April 18th. Participants in this highly successful program will have opportunity to work hand-in-hand with local investors and VCs to prepare for the pitch, Q&A and due diligence process.
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