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Northeast Kansas Innovators Seminar
05/13/2019
 

Tinkerers, Inventors and Innovators are encouraged to attend the first ever Northeast Kansas Innovators Seminar beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday June 4, 2019 at the Glacial Hills Business Center in Sabetha. If you have special project, invention or new technology that you want to develop or protect, but don't know what to do this seminar is for you!

Presentations will be offered on the following topics: Best Practices in Protecting Your Intellectual Property, Small Business Innovations Research Grants for Innovators, An Overview of Angel Investing and Best Practices for Being Prepared to Pitch to Investors. A funding resource panel will also be held to provide information on local funding sources for innovators and the morning seminar will end with a presentation on the basics of Governing Contracting for those that want to pursue government contracts.

There is no charge to attend but we ask for reservations by May 31 at the Washburn Small Business registration website: http://washburnsmallbusiness.com/upcoming-events/. Co-sponsors for this event include: Glacial Business Resource Center, Washburn University Kansas Small Business Development Center in Glacial Hills, Rural Development Association of Northeast Kansas and K-State Research and Extension Meadowlark Extension District.

For more information and to answer any questions you might have regarding this seminar please contact one or more of the following planning committee members:

Mary Ann Riederer, Washburn University ASBDC Kansas in the Glacial Hills 785-276-9246; Gary Satter, Glacial Hills RC&D 785-608-8801; Nancy Gafford, Rural Development Association of Northeast Kansas 785-284-3099 and David Key, K-State Research and Extension Meadowlark Extension District 785-336-2184

Kansas State University is committed to making its services, activities and programs accessible to all participants. If you have special requirements due to a physical, vision, or hearing disability, contact David Key, 785-336-2184

Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service.

K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

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