Monthly Archives: September 2017

Getting off the Ground with Little Apple Pilates

About 2 years ago, Hilary Santana set a goal of opening her own pilates studio. She wanted to have a studio where she could bring together the things that she needed for the types of exercise that she enjoyed that … Continue reading

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Helping Millennials Start Businesses

Half of all millennials want to start their own business within the next several years, according to a study conducted by the Center for Generational Kinetics in conjunction with America’s SBDC – and we love to help! Millennials cited two … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Flint Hills Enduro!

Over the summer, Matt Ransom came to the WU KSBDC because he was thinking about taking over a neglected off-road motorcycle track that was overgrown with brush and hadn’t been groomed regularly in a long time. Matt, who has been … Continue reading

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National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month, and with the lower half of the country still recovering from Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, a lot of businesses that were devastated by the storms are looking ahead to a long road of rebuilding. … Continue reading

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Learning About Resources for Capital

We at the Washburn University KSBDC are very excited about our upcoming event,  Access to Capital for Small Businesses, which will be taking place September 26th in Manhattan. Access to Capital is a half-day educational and networking event for the following: … Continue reading

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5 Tips To Reduce Your Fear of Public Speaking

According to the The Chapman University Survey of American Fears, Americans are more afraid of public speaking than being murdered by a stranger. The study also revealed that Americans are more afraid of public speaking than they are of needles, … Continue reading

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