Vol. 27 Issue 2
Lisa Stehno-Bittel apparently has a pretty good poker face.
During the first year of running Likarda, the biotech startup she co-founded, a new employee eyed the company’s president and offered a blunt assessment of the academic turned entrepreneur. (more…)
Vol. 27 Issue 1
Last year, Lever1 was the fastest-growing private business in the Kansas City metropolitan area—in the entire state of Missouri, in fac (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 12
It feels a little like a party. The Christmas decorations are out, Motown classics play softly in the background, and Mary Carol Garrity looks right at home as she waves hello to guests. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 11
Secure Medical Transport helps patients and their families meet one of their most pressing needs. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 10
If there’s just one lesson you take away from Phil Lopez’s story, it’s this: Hard work works. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 9
Bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from Georgia Tech. Master’s in economic and public financial policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science. More than a decade as the chief economist for the Kansas Department of Labor.
By any standard, Inayat Noormohmad is a very bright guy—one who has found his way into an industry with a very bright future.
Vol. 26 Issue 8
Rosin Preservation fuels Kansas City’s future by documenting its architectural history. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 7
Sean K. Simms and SKS Studio design landscapes for elite hotels and resorts around the globe. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 6
More than 250 of the world’s biggest brands—names you most definitely will recognize—rely on a Kansas City company for a critical part of their marketing. (more…)
Vol. 26 Issue 5
Kevin Staley changed his company—and opened the door to massive growth—by finding a new niche. Here’s how Integrated Health Systems became a national leader in IT for senior care. (more…)