Entrepreneurship

Feature Story Sugar Ghost ice cream shop and Falling Into Place gift shop on Broad Avenue. (Sarah Rushakoff)

A walk down Broad Avenue: new spots, treasured favorites


Feature Story Black Lens Productions Film Studios leadership team. Partner/General Counsel Cecilia S. Barnes, Founder/CEO Jason A. Farmer, Partner/CFO Carolyn N. Henry. (submitted)

Whitehaven film studio plans to put Memphis on the map


Feature Story The owners of small business ARCHd, sisters Kristen and Lindsey Archer (submitted)
Feature Story Cindy Brewer, Principal at LEO Events. (submitted)

Women Working It: LEO Events' Cindy Brewer on teamwork and success


Feature Story Epicenter Memphis' offices downtown at 150 Peabody Place (submitted)

New database connects Memphis startups with angel investors


Feature Story (Forever Ready Productions)

Video: How the pandemic changed internships


Feature Story Attendees of the WBC South grand opening networked with each other and several women-owned businesses tabling the event, including New York Life Insurance Company (foreground) and LEO Events (background, left) (HGN / Cole Bradley)
Feature Story An employee of La Michoacana ice cream and paleta shop serves up a fruit cup with tajin. (Forever Ready Productions)

High Ground's "Still Serving" series is expanding


Feature Story Mahogany Memphis is  "upscale Southern with a dash of Creole," according to co-owner Veve Yates. Mahogany Memphis is the fifth local restaurant featured in the "Still Serving" series. (Forever Ready Productions)
Feature Story The Three(i) Creative Communications team. (Submitted)
Feature Story The Highland Strip features a bold sign to brand the area. Traffic cones mark recent street improvements. (Ziggy Mack)
Feature Story Muhsen "Moe" Najdawi parlayed his passion for cars into Turbo Knights, an auto shop in Whitehaven.
Feature Story Chicken dish from Chef Tam's Underground Cafe. Chef Tam's is one of 21 businesses participating in the 2021 Memphis Black Restaurant Week running March 7-14. (Submitted)

Are you ready to dig in to Memphis Black Restaurant Week?