Ingram's Magazine: September 2022

Ingram’s 250 September 2022 Digital Edition

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Ingram’s 250: The Elite of Kansas City Business

The calendar flips, the inevitable occurs: With each passing day, month and year, the collective business leadership of the Kansas City region continues its change. Blame some of that, but not all, on the Baby Boom generation’s unstoppable move into…more

The 2022 Ingram’s 250: Kansas City’s Most Influential Business Leaders

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T |…more

Q&A … With Michael Kulp

Q: You all soared past $1 billion in revenues last year; was that ever really one of your leadership goals?  A: It really hasn’t been, and it’s funny you ask because we talk a lot internally about that, primarily because…more

Succession Planning: Preparing for the Expected or Unexpected

High inflation. Rising interest rates. Supply-chain issues. Recession. These subjects have dominated headlines lately, sending markets into a tailspin they haven’t been able to pull out of in recent months.  Increased market volatility has forced investors to seek cover, only…more

It Could Be a Long, Cold Winter

Russia plans to keep the Nord Stream pipeline closed, saying opening it would be unsafe with just one turbine and blaming Western sanctions for blocking access to replacement units. Leaders of the European Union reacted over the weekend, with Germany…more