Located in South Central Kansas, Cowley County boasts three industrial parks, rail access, available industrial buildings and sites and a skilled workforce. Within an hour of Wichita, Cowley is only 20 miles from Interstate 35. Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Kansas City are just a few hours away. Cowley College and the Workforce Development Center prepare employees through certification programs and developed training programs for world renowned industries. Southwestern College, a private college, also provides educational opportunities. Cowley County offers lower taxes and utility rates and competitive labor costs. Let us connect your business with our opportunities.
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In south central Kansas. Excellent transportation links. Solid workforce. Pro-business climate Growing industries. In 2009, Siemens chose Hutchinson as the home for their North American wind turbine nacelle plant, creating 400 jobs here. Detailed economic, demographic, & location information on website.
Great opportunity for business. Centrally located on I-70 and U.S. 77. Close to Fort Riley. 20 minutes from Kansas State University future home of NBAF. Logistics and distribution, office operations, bioscience and manufacturing. Land and buildings available. Consider, Junction City.
Destination for Opportunity. In North-Central Kansas on Route 33 EW. Opportunity for wind developers. Entrepreneural Center assists with work force, educational tools & support, including workshops & computer classes. Detailked information on grant makers & how to apply. Small business development classes.
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Dedicated to the Industry of Innovation. An educated, technically astute workforce. Quick access to the Interstate System. Only 20 minutes to Kansas City International Airport. Two industrial parks and 400 square miles of green space prime for development.
Business & family friendly. Generous incentive packages. Educated, well-trained workforce. Centralized location. Excellent communication& transportation networks. Low cost-of-living. Below average utility rates. Reasonable tax structure. Hub Zone at advantage on government contracts at Great Lakes Industrial Park. Outstanding state incentives for training, tax abatement.