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New Memphis Institute works to attract and retain talent in Memphis—particularly Millennials—partly by hosting community events for young professionals that highlight city assets

Young blood: the challenge of turning Millennials into Memphians

Agencies and organizations across the city are getting creative in their efforts to attract and retain the highly coveted young-professional demographic, knowing these Millennial workers bring with them fuel for economic growth and urban revitalization. 


Community coalition sets the stage for something new at the Coliseum

In a new city climate where historic structures and long forgotten neighborhoods are being energetically revitalized, a coalition of Memphians insists the Mid-South Coliseum has a shot at a re-imagined future that capitalizes on its music history. Could their vision stay the wrecking ball?

Nikiko Masumoto

5 ways to support artists in your community

Here in Memphis, artists can be found in every community and their work is more relevant than ever. But if communities are going to realize the full potential of artists’ power to contribute to positive change, they need to sustain and support them. Creative Exchange offers tools and resources that can help. 


City Visionary: Kim Moss

Memphis is a place full of seemingly tireless people creatively working to push the city forwardgrit and grind doesn't just characterize our basketball. In this series, we introduce you to some of the city's visionary leaders who are facing challenges and innovating for solutions.
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