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Vol. 25 Issue 4
Name just about any part of the sector, and you can find a major project under way.
It was originally intended as a side business, but became something more.
A new Kansas City startup, MemberJets, wants to make it easier for you to travel via private aircraft—without having to win Powerball first.
At Energy Co. Partners, we know that energy consumption expenditures are a significant part of your monthly expenses. (more…)
MS Consulting LLC is an W/M/DBE/Section 3 Certified general contractor that works on both commercial and residential projects. Their projects range from new construction to renovations and remodels, to additions to tenant finishing. (more…)
Look around and you can see all kinds of evidence that Kansas City construction companies have been busy “building Kansas City”—and the smaller engineering design firms and construction-related firms have played a huge role in those projects. (more…)
It’s not rocket science—setting a common aim is a basic tool every leader can use. (more…)
Imagine a business where you clearly have a competitive advantage. You offer something valuable that others in your industry either won’t or can’t offer. Customers who need or want your service can clearly see what you offer is different and they appreciate that difference—they’re willing to pay a premium for it, and they’re much less likely to shop around. That’s a great place to be. (more…)
As business leaders, it’s hard not to wear rose-colored glasses when it comes to assessing our teams. They work hard and invest a significant effort to deliver goods and services to the market. In addition, they are our work family—in many cases, people we have coached and mentored over the years. We are proud of their growth and development. (more…)