Maze Freight Solutions awarded a plaque from the Kansas City Business Journal commemorating their success as a local minority-owned business.
The Kansas City Business Journal interviews Jy Maze about Maze Freight Solutions' role in the Freight Shipping Industry.
The Enterprising Women of the Year Awards is widely considered one of the most prestigious recognition programs for women business owners. To win, nominees must demonstrate...
Everything has to ship, said Jy Maze. From the microphone in her hand to the stool where she sat to the shoes on the Maze Freight Solutions founder’s feet, it all comes with mileage and a cost, she said.
In this Leadership Spotlight by Juliana Garcia, Jy Maze discusses her personal and professional motivation, accomplishments, and goals for the future.
“I saw an opportunity to create a logistics consulting service for small and large companies that don’t have time to shop their rates, keep up with the current market and find ways to cut cost, awarding them higher profit margins,” said Maze. “This keeps everyone honest and protects the customer from getting gouged.”
The NextGen Leaders program honors 25 rising stars in Kansas City business. A panel of independent judges selected the honorees. They will be honored at a private luncheon on July 26 and will have profiles published online and in the weekly edition the same day.
Business partners Wachinda Harrell and Jy’Juan Maze share why they started the company and how they navigated setbacks to drive success.