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This week we’re highlighting the EPIcenter Logistics Innovation Accelerator, created to help startups bring innovative logistics products and technologies to market. Now in its second year, the program is sponsored by FedEx and leverages the region’s extraordinary logistics infrastructure and expertise, making it the ideal place to launch new logistics- and transportation-based innovations.

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Spicer Rudstrom PLLC began in 1963 in Memphis. Since then, Spicer Rudstrom has developed into a regional firm with five other offices, including Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Little Rock and Texarkana. In 1994, when we opened our other Tennessee offices, we were the first law firm to go statewide. Our Memphis office has been part of downtown Memphis for more than 50 years. Last year, we moved to the historic Pembroke Square building, showing, again, our deep roots in the city.

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So what does Pokémon GO fever mean for small businesses? Well, a lot actually. It presents a major driver for business, as well as an opportunity to target a new demographic. Here are three ways that local businesses can capitalize on this movement:

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As immigrants navigate the complex, emotional experience of becoming an American citizen, Rosalva King is there to help.

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Last month we added Haley Simmons to the Greater Memphis Chamber team as the Director of Public Policy. Haley will serve as a voice for our local businesses in the public realm as he advocates for policies and programs that benefit members and contribute to business growth and success. Haley brings with him experience from the City of Memphis administration as well as a passion for finding solutions to the issues you face every day. Below he shares a little more about himself and his new role.

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