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School of Business + Technology Centers

Our Centers are available to students and the community

Emporia State's Cremer Hall

BizHornet Center

The BizHornet Center is the hub for business students that provides multiple students services throughout the year.

BizHornet Center
Photo of Preston Family Student Complex in Emporia State University's School of Business

Preston Family Student Complex

The complex houses the BizHornet Center and spaces for business clubs to meet and additional conversation areas.

Preston Family Student Complex
Power E Mums

Studio e

Studio E offers a variety of marketing services to the public in the Emporia area while simultaneously providing real-world opportunities to the next generation of professional practitioners.

Studio e
Kansas Economic Outlook Conference

Center for Business and Economic Development

The CBED provides research, technical assistance, and workforce development services to support the community and the university.

Center for Business and Economic Development
Ed Bashaw poses with check from JumpStart Kansas

Kansas Small Business Development Center

The KSBDC provides entrepreneurs and small business owners with knowledge, tools, and resources to enhance their success.

Small Business Development Center
Interior of Kansas Business Hall of Fame

Kansas Business Hall of Fame

The KBHF showcases accomplishments and appreciation of Kansas' rich heritage of business leaders.

Kansas Business Hall of Fame
Sauder Entrepreneurial Development Center

Bobbi & Steve Sauder Center for Entrepreneurial Development

The Center for Entrepreneurial Development is used to facilitate high-impact learning for students pursuing a career in entrepreneurship. This, in conjunction with ESU's new Entrepreneurship degree, will support students in starting their own business

Center for Entrepreneurial Development

Cybersecurity center

Recently opened, the center will be used to raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity, host seminars and camps and encourage research. Some of these activities will include cybersecurity competitions for high school and university students, high-impact partnerships with businesses concerned about cybersecurity, relevant training and certifications for faculty and staff and partnerships between faculty and students for joint research.

Cybersecurity Center