Fledgling entrepreneurs have an opportunity to set up shop in downtown Iola on a temporary basis to see if they can get their business ideas to take wing.
Bill Maness, economic development director for Thrive Allen County, noted the organizations recent renovations in the Kress Building on the east side of the square allowed for three separate areas for potential occupants. Each is about 100 square feet about the size of an office cubicle and rent for about $100 a month.
Thrive is targeting any potential business owner seeking to start a business.
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