Meet the Chairman's Circle: Theodore G. Uhlhorn, V

Gil Uhlhorn joined Bass, Berry & Sims in 2006. The law firm has more than 300 attorneys in four cities, including Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville and Washington, D.C. He became a managing partner of the Memphis office in June and is proud to share that “public service..

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Prospero more than doubles job commitment in major Memphis expansion

Memphis, Tenn. (Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021) – Prospero Health, a physician-led home-based medical care company, announced today from its new downtown Memphis location that it will create 530 jobs in Shelby County over the next five years, an expansion of its 2019..

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New ‘Memphis Moves’ campaign to promote region to the world

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021) – The Greater Memphis Chamber’s Center for Economic Competitiveness today launches its first initiative, Memphis Moves, at the Autonomous Robots and Logistics Conference at the Renasant Convention Center in..

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Ted Townsend completes transition to Chamber

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Oct. 1, 2021) – Ted Townsend today officially completes his transition into the role of chief economic development officer of the Greater Memphis Chamber, allowing him to continue and expand on the major economic victories the Chamber has scored for..

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Monitoring Recovery | Indicators to Watch (September 2021)

September 30, 2021 - To build an understanding of the current market trends that are impacting the Memphis Metro area, the Chamber has been releasing monthly updates to our economic recovery.

To best gauge and position insights related to market activity, we are..

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Greater Memphis Chamber launches Center for Economic Competitiveness

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Sept. 30, 2021) – The Greater Memphis Chamber today launched the Center for Economic Competitiveness, a new initiative aimed at bringing its vision of “prosperity for all” to life. 

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Meet the Chairman's Circle: Dr. Vernell Bennett-Fairs

Dr. Vernell Bennett-Fairs became the 13th president of LeMoyne-Owen College in January. The Ohio native is the second woman to lead the HBCU. A trained vocalist and orator,  she dreamed of becoming the first singer to successfully cross multiple musical genres from..

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Ford Selects Memphis Regional Megasite for $5.6 Billion Investment

Ford, SK Innovation to make single largest investment in Tennessee history with new electric vehicle and battery plant at the Memphis Regional Megasite, 63 years after Ford leaves Memphis market

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For workers’ comp, change is inevitable. But uncertainty isn’t.

Talk about change has become tired and cliché for businesses over the past year – though our collective fatigue has made it no less true. Both here in Memphis and around the world, small and medium-sized enterprises that withstood the impact of COVID-19 were still..

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Meet the Chairman's Circle: Oliver Doughtie

Oliver Doughtie is the Chief Financial Officer of Mimeo.com, a company he describes as the perfect combination of technology, manufacturing, and logistics, all of which play to the strengths of the Memphis market. Mimeo provides on-demand digital printing services..

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