We work closely with business leaders in the area to drive Leawood forward. Visit their websites to find out how they can help develop your business.
City of Leawood
The City of Leawood website is filled with a wide useful information designed to educate and provide insights into our vibrant community.
County Economic Research Institute (CERI)
CERI’s mission is to support the economic development of Johnson County, the Kansas City metropolitan area, and the state of Kansas through the provision of data and technical assistance.
Enterprise Center of Johnson County
Business incubator that provides business consulting, advisory services, financing resources and office space to accelerate the growth and success of high-growth companies.
Internal Revenue Service
United States Department of the Treasury. Business resources for Corporations, International Businesses, Partnerships, Small Business/Self-Employed.
Johnson County Library
Johnson County Library includes a Central Resource Library and 12 neighborhood libraries in Johnson County, Kansas. The Johnson County Library also provide business resources.
Kansas Department of Revenue
Find any and every Kansas business resource here.
Kansas Women’s Resource Center
A resource community designed to help women entrepreneurs as they grow their business. KWBC develops, consults, and mentors women entrepreneurs at all stages of their business.
KCSourceLink’s mission is to help small businesses in the 18-county Kansas City region – from Warrensburg to Topeka, from St. Joseph to Osawatomie – grow and succeed. We provide small business with free, easy access to the help you need – when you need it.
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Johnson County Community College
SBDC at JCCC wants to increase economic prosperity in Kansas by helping entrepreneurs and small business owners start and grow their businesses through professional consulting, training, and resources.
As part of its public relations efforts to promote Leawood, the Leawood EDC publishes its magazine, Look to Leawood, twice a year. Past issues can be viewed below:
Look to Leawood - Fall 2019
In this issue: Friends Across The Oceans: Leawood’s Sister Cities | Volunteer Opportunities in Leawood | The Corner That Kindness Built | Citizen’s Police Academy READ HERE
Look to Leawood - Spring 2019 (1)
In this issue: Chris Claxton: Making Good Things Happen | Coming to Kansas: The Barstow School Expansion | RanchMart North Gets a Facelift | Raising The Bar on Residential Options and more READ HERE
Look to Leawood - Fall 2018
In this issue: AMC Theatres: 90 Years of Innovation | Play to Learn: Early Education Centers Go Beyond Daycare | In the Name of Education: Blue Valley Education Foundation | Fun For All: New Entertainment Concepts and more READ HERE
Look to Leawood - Spring 2018
In this issue: Community Advocate Alice Hawk Celebrates 20 Years as Chair of the Leawood Foundation | Banking on Business: Building Relationships is #1 at CrossFirst Bank | Trends in Spending: Hot Shops Changing Up the Buying Experience and more READ HERE
Look to Leawood - Fall 2017
In this issue: At Home with the Mayor of Leawood, Peggy Dunn | Celebrating Spirit; Demdaco Does Business for the Greater Good | Leawood Art in Public Places | Fitness, Fun and Variety at Blue Valley Recreation Commission | and more READ HERE
Look to Leawood - Spring 2017 (1)
In this issue: New Urbanism in Leawood | Ascend Learning proves company growth is beneficial beyond balance sheet | Ironhorse Golf Club gets master-level course improvements and clubhouse expansion | Local culinary arts students serve praise-worthy fare in the Broadmoor Bistro | and more READ HERE