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The following is an excerpt from our spring issue of Memphis Crossroads MagazineThese Women Mean Business. Click here to view the whole article.

If you want to get to the top, start at the bottom with a can-do, hardworking attitude and take advantage of the opportunities and resources offered along the way. That’s the path seven women took who ended up in important leadership roles at Memphis companies. One of the women waited tables at the restaurant her father began and is now president of the chain. Another began her career as an intern at a medical device manufacturer and today is a senior vice president. And a lady who always loved creating beauty left banking, saved her money and opened her own salon.
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Our 10 Young Memphians share why they love being a young professional in Memphis on the rooftop of the Madison Hotel, the site of the 2014 Young Memphis Crossroads photo shoot. To hear more about these Young Memphians, check out their profiles in the digital magazine here.
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The Economic Development Growth Engine (EDGE) and the Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team is looking to recruit 16 companies to participate in its Economic Gardening (EG) program - a strategy that provides market research and high-level technical assistance to small, growth-oriented companies. This equips small business owners to make better strategic decisions, avoid costly mistakes and successfully grow their enterprises.
 
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Texting and driving makes you 23 times more likely to be in an accident.

For the past year AT&T and the It Can Wait Advocate community have focused their efforts on preventing the 100,000 texting-related accidents that occur every year, resulting in injuries or deaths. Their work has inspired over 5 million pledges to never text and drive, more than half a million It Can Wait tweets and over a million downloads of the AT&T DriveMode app since the campaign began.
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The following is an excerpt from our spring issue of Memphis Crossroads MagazineThese Women Mean Business. Click here to view the whole article.

If you want to get to the top, start at the bottom with a can-do, hardworking attitude and take advantage of the opportunities and resources offered along the way. That’s the path seven women took who ended up in important leadership roles at Memphis companies. One of the women waited tables at the restaurant her father began and is now president of the chain. Another began her career as an intern at a medical device manufacturer and today is a senior vice president. And a lady who always loved creating beauty left banking, saved her money and opened her own salon.
THE M BLOG »
The following is an excerpt from our spring issue of Memphis Crossroads MagazineThese Women Mean Business. Click here to view the whole article.

If you want to get to the top, start at the bottom with a can-do, hardworking attitude and take advantage of the opportunities and resources offered along the way. That’s the path seven women took who ended up in important leadership roles at Memphis companies. One of the women waited tables at the restaurant her father began and is now president of the chain. Another began her career as an intern at a medical device manufacturer and today is a senior vice president. And a lady who always loved creating beauty left banking, saved her money and opened her own salon.
Involving and engaging your employees is much less expensive than replacing your best people. »
Would you ever agree to a game of darts blindfolded?  Of course not!  Why would you ever attempt to address employee or operational issues without the benefit of employee input?
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Every business could use some help in shouldering the load once in a while, right? 

The Greater Memphis Chamber knows something about rolling up its sleeves and pitching in. And Cooper Freight was glad to have the help.
THE M BLOG »
The following is an excerpt from our spring issue of Memphis Crossroads MagazineThese Women Mean Business. Click here to view the whole article.

If you want to get to the top, start at the bottom with a can-do, hardworking attitude and take advantage of the opportunities and resources offered along the way. That’s the path seven women took who ended up in important leadership roles at Memphis companies. One of the women waited tables at the restaurant her father began and is now president of the chain. Another began her career as an intern at a medical device manufacturer and today is a senior vice president. And a lady who always loved creating beauty left banking, saved her money and opened her own salon.
THE M BLOG »
The following is an excerpt from our spring issue of Memphis Crossroads MagazineThese Women Mean Business. Click here to view the whole article.

If you want to get to the top, start at the bottom with a can-do, hardworking attitude and take advantage of the opportunities and resources offered along the way. That’s the path seven women took who ended up in important leadership roles at Memphis companies. One of the women waited tables at the restaurant her father began and is now president of the chain. Another began her career as an intern at a medical device manufacturer and today is a senior vice president. And a lady who always loved creating beauty left banking, saved her money and opened her own salon.

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