Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Danielle McDonald
The federal government spends more than $5,386.00million dollars annually in grants and other funding sources from local governments. This is because small and large businesses are the backbone of Kansas’ economic growth. Kansas has 59,667 businesses. They are broken down into the following:
Kansas Business Sector Breakdown by Size:
- 33,719 businesses in Kansas have between 0 and 4 employees. This breakdown includes those who work from home as sole proprietors.
- 10,300 businesses in Kansas have between 5 and 9 employees.
- 6,321 businesses in Kansas have between 10 and 19 employees.
- 5,731 businesses in Kansas have between 20 and 99 employees.
- 1,626 businesses in Kansas have between 100 and 499 employees.
- Over 1,970 businesses in Kansas have over 500 employees.
Kansas Business Sector Breakdown in Service Industries:
- The Professional, Scientific and Technical Services sector have 7,133 Kansas Businesses under its registry
- The Administrative, Support, Waste Management, and Remediation Services sector have 3,587 Kansas Businesses under its registry
- The Accommodation and Food Services sector have 5,843 Kansas Businesses under its registry
- Kansas has more than 8,104 registered companies. They are service-oriented businesses that are not yet included in the above categories.
You may also be eligible for grants for small businesses if you work in the agriculture industry. Kansas has more than 66,000 farms.
Small Businesses in Kansas
It is difficult to start and manage a small Kansas business. In Kansas, more than $42,146.866,000.00 US dollars is spent on employee salaries/payroll. Every year, more than 11382 businesses go bankrupt. The federal government doesn’t provide grants to entrepreneurs for expanding or starting a business. However, small business grants can be granted in Kansas to help business owners start or grow their businesses. Grant recipients don’t have to repay the grant funding. It is worth looking into small business grants to help fund your business.
Contact us to apply for Kansas business grants Kansas financial aid agencies.
Recent State Funding Opportunities
Below is a list of opportunities recently published in the local state: