Bill George’s company helps people who are going places get to their destinations. “Going places” is an apt description of George’s company too.
As the CEO of Kansas City Transportation Group (KCTG), George sets the strategic direction of the Midwest’s largest private passenger ground transportation company. KCTG has grown to include several well-known industry brands—SuperShuttle, Yellow Cab, 10/10 Taxi and Carey Black Car Service—operating in 19 cities. (more…)
Christina Williams has spent years in the beauty industry styling and creating perfect hair for clients.
She knows every product on the market to strengthen, revitalize and promote hair growth. But when she opened Posh Restoration Facilities in 2015, the cosmetologist knew she wanted to offer something different to clients. (more…)
In the security world, it seems like every day brings another story of customer data being compromised. One of the latest examples comes from Children’s Mercy Hospital, where patients are still finding their data endangered after an email phishing scam hit more than 60,000 individuals back in January.(more…)
Finding the ideal location for your office is essential; however, when it comes to the interior design, you can’t overlook factors such as comfort and lighting. While the right office location will bring potential clients to you, if you don’t create the right atmosphere, then those same clients may seek services elsewhere.(more…)
Dale Scott, the founder and president of Vintage Home KC, has earned a reputation refurbishing Kansas City homes that were originally built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They are mostly Craftsman-style homes that feature clean lines rather than ornate flourishes.(more…)
It’s rare for an entrepreneur to start a business with the goal of selling it. Most believe they can build a better widget or deliver a better service and plunge in without thinking about their eventual exit.(more…)
When developing a succession plan for your business, you must make many decisions. Should you sell your business or give it away? Should you structure your plan to go into effect during your lifetime or at your death? Should you transfer your ownership interest to family members, co-owners, employees, or an outside party? The key is to pick the best plan for your circumstances and objectives, and to seek help from financial and legal advisors to carry out this plan.(more…)