The Kansas Business Center contains information on all aspects of planning, starting, and maintaining a business in Kansas. Resources detailing how to complete various business processes such as creating a business plan, selecting a business structure, and registering for business taxes are all provided by the site, with some resources including links to external websites. A paid subscription is required to access some of the services on the site.

The Kansas Department of Commerce is an economic development agency that works to achieve prosperity throughout the state. The department offers various services including business recruitment and relocation, community development assistance, and export assistance and marketing. Its site details these specific services provided, and also contains additional resources for communities, entrepreneurs, and job seekers.

The Kansas Small Business Development Center (KSBDC) provides counseling, training services, and aid in finding resources for small businesses. Complimentary online classes are offered, as well as priced seminars, conferences, and in-person courses. These resources are offered in areas such as start-up financing, business planning, marketing, and management.

The University of Kansas Institute for Policy & Social Research annually provides a new edition of the Kansas Statistical Abstract, which contains state, county, and city-level data on a variety of topics. Statistics about topics including business and manufacturing, exports, employment, income, finance, agriculture, mining, and demographics can be found in this report.

KC SmartPort's central logistics hub, located in the Kansas City, Missouri area, is one of the leading non-profit economic development organizations in the country. They aim to promote regional and international trade, as well as expand Missouri's transportation industry by working to attract freight-based companies in the manufacturing, distribution, and warehouse businesses. The site provides Missouri and Kansas with export statistics and various transportation resources, such as shipping and carrier service centers and general trade service centers.

KCSourceLink aims to help small businesses in the counties of the Kansas City region by providing a network of nonprofit organizations that provide services including marketing, sales, loans, and operations. The site provides information on starting and growing a business, a list of classes and events, as well as a blog.