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“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.

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In each Memphis Crossroads Magazine, we highlight a Board of Advisor level member, showcasing their important role in the Chamber as well as the business community. Jennifer Ziegenhorn, Partner at Husch Blackwell, shares with us why her company is a part of the Chamber as well as some benefits of doing business in Memphis.

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You’ve been hearing a lot about workplace wellness programs and investing in the health of your employees from your friends at the Greater Memphis Chamber lately. Healthy employees not only boost company morale, they also increase your bottom line. And on an even bigger scale, the health of our city directly affects our economic future.

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The Greater Memphis Chamber Staff and Ambassadors were happy to join Elite Men’s Health for a ribbon cutting to celebrate their new site at 263 South Main Street. The new addition to Downtown Memphis answered a few questions about their business and what they plan to bring to the area:

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Time and time again Memphis has proved itself a center for entrepreneurship and innovation. In fact, last year alone WalletHub and CNN Money both recognized Memphis as one of the best cities to start a business. When you combine thriving neighborhoods with low startup costs and an available workforce, you have a recipe for business growth and success.

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

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When I became President & CEO of the Greater Memphis Chamber, I cast a new vision for our organization: to break the cycle of poverty in Memphis. I know it sounds like a pretty arrogant statement. My own daughter called me out on it when she first heard it. But I believe it’s the responsibility of the business community to create the quality jobs needed to grow our middle class. The Chamber feels so strongly about this new vision that we made it part of our 2015 goals and objectives.

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Tom Rieger Joins Chamber Staff as Senior Vice President of Membership Development

Ernest Strickland Named VP of International & Business Partnerships

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