Past Issues

Vol. 26 Issue 9


The Good STUFF

For more than 20 years, A Store Named STUFF has been a mainstay of Brookside’s shopping district—a place where you’re guaranteed to find a one-of-a-kind gift or collectible. The store’s owners, sisters S. Sloane Simmons and Casey Simmons, showcase works from a huge network of local and national artists.
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Better Data, Better Care

The workers’ compensation market is a $70 billion industry—one that’s ripe for innovation.

Bardavon, a young company from Overland Park, is doing its part to increase efficiency and improve care for injured workers. It has created a suite of online tools that help employers better track the progress of injured workers’ care. Its proprietary platform also gathers analytics to create “dashboards” that employers can use to monitor the effectiveness of their workers’ comp program.
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Flipping the Switch on LED Lighting

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.

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Making the Most of Two Weeks’ Notice

When I was getting ready to join my first startup, I dreaded having to tell my old boss that I was leaving. I was leading a large project, and I didn’t want to burn any bridges. Before I approached my boss, I outlined a plan for my final two weeks. She was disappointed by my resignation, but gratefully surprised by the transition plan. (more…)


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