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MEMPHIS CROSSROADS: BOA Spotlight - Florence Hervey, Case Management, Inc.

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. Florence Hervey, CEO of Case Management, Inc., shares with us why her company is part of the Chamber as well as some benefits of doing business in Memphis.
Posted: 6/30/2015 11:46:39 AM | with 0 comments


MEMPHIS CROSSROADS: New Name, New Location, Same Mission: Supporting Entrepreneurs

The following is a feature in our spring issue of the Memphis Crossroads digital magazine. Click here to view the full magazine.

When Dudley Boyd says that “encouraging and supporting entrepreneurs is a noble cause,” he’s willing to back that up.

He even changed his company’s name to prove it: Enoble Business Capital
Posted: 6/22/2015 9:36:34 AM | with 0 comments


MEMPHIS CROSSROADS: McKitten Brings New Energy to Workforce Initiative

The following is a feature from our Memphis Crossroads Magazine. Click here to view the full issue.

She’d heard some trash talk about Memphis, and it wasn’t on her list of places to see. So when the plant manager’s job came open at DuPont Chemical Solutions Enterprises and was offered to her, Deborah McKitten was hesitant.  
Posted: 6/16/2015 11:07:17 AM | with 0 comments


10 to Watch: MC Ionic Solutions US

The following is a feature in our Memphis Crossroads 10 to Watch Issue. To view the entire list of 10 to Watch Companies, click here.

MC Ionic Solutions US (MCIS US) will power up this year, building new business with new products to help scale up production at its Memphis facility. 
Posted: 6/9/2015 12:33:37 PM | with 0 comments


MEMPHIS CROSSROADS: 4 and 40 - Advancing the Memphis Latino Community

The following is a feature from the Memphis Crossroads winter issue. To view the entire digital magazine, click here.

As Mauricio Calvo sees it, “if you’re working, you should be able to reach the American Dream.”

The Executive Director for Latino Memphis and new board member of the Greater Memphis Chamber has his work cut out for him. In endeavoring to boost the Hispanic community here, he keeps the numbers 4 and 40 at the forefront. The unemployment rate for Latinos in Memphis has been reported to be a remarkably low 4 percent, but 40 percent of the Latino population live in poverty. “When you look at the very low unemployment rate and the very high number in poverty,” he said, “you can’t help but ask what’s wrong here.”
Posted: 6/2/2015 7:30:00 AM | with 0 comments