In this edition: Memphis Evolution: Our June/July issue begins here!; News in other publications; Leadership Memphis looking for another crop ; Small biz getting more social (media); Dr. Altha Stewart leads APA; Innovators of the Year: Let’s hear about ‘em; Power Player: Darrell T. Cobbins
In this edition: Soundways leads the way; Innovators of the Year: Let’s hear about ‘em; Academic partnerships; Professional achievements; What’s a good password?; Power Player: Becky Bowers
In this edition: Happy 100 to the Memphis Branch, Corky’s wants you, Open on Main is open again, Sundquist honored by Japan, How’s your penmanship?, Power Player: Richard C. Shadyac, Jr., Innovators of the Year: Let’s hear about ‘em
In this edition of the Tip Sheet: Truckers shift into higher pay; showing the love for single-family rentals; pest controllers join forces; easing up on opiod prescriptions; Power Player: S. Eugene Mathis; Innovators of the Year: Let’s hear about ‘em.
West’s achievements earned him membership in the Society of Entrepreneurs. Winning the Master Entrepreneur Award signifies that he embodies the self-direction, determination, creativity, leadership, and integrity necessary for membership in the Society.
Jay Myers was fired on his 39th birthday. Most people will imagine that to be a sad event, but most entrepreneurs will perk up and think, “It’s an opportunity!” In fact, as Myers says, “That’s how I got started on my entrepreneurial journey.”
Ron Coleman was already a seasoned businessman when some people approached him about being part of a camshaft company. But as a savvy entrepreneur, he couldn’t help but scratch his head. “Of all things,” he wondered, “how many people need a camshaft?”
Kent Ritchey wants to sell you a car. Or, really, anything on his lot at Landers Ford. It’s in his blood. The founder and president of Ritchey Management, LLC and Landers Auto Group has five decades of dealing wheels in the Mid-South, from individual vehicles to dealerships.
Heathcott has come to realize a few truths that she shares with other entrepreneurs. “I’m what you would call a recovering perfectionist,” she says. “You’re just not going to know all the answers. You’ll make decisions that are good and bad and sometimes you get so clutched up over whether it’s the right thing to do — and it may not be.
Dr. West’s master entrepreneur award, a new look for the Grove Grill, a boost for the CDC, how to treat a freelancer, and Power Players in this edition of the Tip Sheet.