“There is not one person in Memphis who will not benefit from this plan.”
Guest writer Jon Sparks explains the newly-released Aerotropolis Master Plan and speaks with business professionals in the area to get their take on the plan.
M Blog: Everything Memphis »
Each of this year’s 10 companies to watch has an inspirational story to tell. Among them, there’s something for everyone: a classic comeback; an impossible dream made into a reality; sweet success born of perseverance and hard work; trial and error that finally ends in triumph; even a testament to the power of faith.
And although their individual stories are quite different, these 10 Memphis businesses all have at least two things in common. For one, their accomplishments in 2013 were inspirational enough to put them on our annual list. In addition, and perhaps most importantly, all of the following business leaders see their success as an indicator that Memphis continues to grow as a promising place to work and live — a place where great ideas are born.
This week's spotlight is on Prodigi Arts.
Memphis Fit »
Local24 morning anchors Joy Lambert & Rodney Dunigan sport the stylish Move It Memphis 2014 t-shirt.
The 6th annual Move it Memphis 5k/10k received a great turnout on February 15. Our runners got to experience Downtown Memphis like never before. From running past the iconic Beale Street to witnessing the peaceful scenery of the South Bluffs, those who participated caught a glimpse of Downtown’s unique beauty and promoted a healthy lifestyle in the process.
You can extend that euphoric feeling of crossing the finish line a little longer by:
The Greater Memphis Chamber Staff and Ambassadors were excited to be a part of Baptist Medical Group's ribbon cutting celebration for their new walk-in clinic in Midtown, giving the group another major presence in Memphis.
Small Business, Big Ideas »
Businesses who use the web are expected to grow 40% faster than those that don’t, which begs the question: Is your business online?
Almost 97% of people who use the web have searched for local goods and services online. So if you want to affectively reach your customers, you have to go where they are. And in 2014, that’s online.
You’re probably thinking that creating a website for your company is easier said than done, but we have good news: It doesn’t have to be.
The Soundtrack Project »
As immigrants navigate the complex, emotional experience of becoming an American citizen, Rosalva King is there to help.
Your Chamber At Work »
With the new healthcare exchanges that began in 2013, wouldn’t you like to know more about how other employers in the Mid-South are adapting their recruitment, hiring, and employee healthcare benefits management strategies?
So would we.