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"Do you have the time to find the right resources, adapt what is most effective for your business and keep your business growing and profitable at the same time?"

The answer to your question is the reason why you need a business coach now. Here are four critical areas you can get insights from experienced coaches and business advisors…
MEMPHIS CROSSROADS »
Dr. David Stern became Executive Dean and Vice-Chancellor for Health Affairs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2011 and it’s been full-speed ahead ever since.

“I came to make an impact on the city in health and wellness, especially for the disadvantaged,” he said. As head of the College of Medicine, Dr. Stern oversees its clinical, education and research missions and is focused on bringing wellness to the city.
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The Greater Memphis Chamber presents the "Memphis: The Magic is in the Mix" coffee table book, featuring 160 pages of the places and people that make Memphis a world-class city.
SMALL BUSINESS »
A favorable reputation is absolutely vital, and small business owners no doubt dedicate a great amount of time to creating (and promoting) a favorable brand identity for the company, product or service. However, it’s equally important to be aware of the reputation of a company, product or service – i.e., what others say about it.
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Last month at their New Member Mingle, I attended with my wife Kay Johnson. I had the privilege of hearing one of our doctors at Eyewear Gallery, Dr. Do Nguyen, speak on bringing more youth into the fold of the Chamber. I didn't realize how vital the Chamber was to our community. It helps build a strong infrastructure for our city, through its members and its board. The people in the Chamber's membership are great, but everyone in the city should know how important their voices are through an apolitical medium.
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Mike and Karen Minnis are not those people who say, “We ought to do something.” They’re the ones who do it. Their Landmark Training Development Company grew from a desire to work with at-risk urban youth and to address what the USDA calls food deserts: urban areas where it’s difficult to buy affordable or quality fresh food. Their Orange Mound operation includes a food pantry, an urban outreach center, the Landmark Farmers Market and gardens that turn out two tons of produce annually.
RIBBONS »
Founded in Los Angeles in 2012, PizzaRev is a craft-your-own, fast-casual pizza concept that empowers guests to fully customize a personal-sized, 11-inch pizza for one price. With more than 30 artisanal toppings available, guests pick everything down to the homemade dough for a delicious pizza ready in just three minutes.
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In 2017, we are busier than ever and are constantly on a computer or phone, or at least have one in reach. For many people, it’s hard to go even 30 minutes without checking their phone or getting on their computer. These devices provide us access to just about everything – breaking news, our friends’ lives, music, our daily steps, stats on our favorite players and our money. Online banking allows us to be in control of our finances – personally and professionally.
MEMPHIS CROSSROADS »
Memphis music is recognized worldwide, but even legends sometimes need a push. Elizabeth Cawein’s Signal Flow PR agency pushes hard by providing publicity, marketing and branding for area musicians since 2011. Making money in the music business is tough, but Cawein knew that when she started her enterprise after working at the former Memphis Music Foundation. 
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In each issue of Memphis Crossroads, we highlight a Board of Advisor level member, showcasing their important role in the Chamber as well as the business community. Mary Hayes, CEO of Workbay shares why her company is part of the Chamber as well as some benefits of doing business in Memphis.

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