Thank you for visiting our website. Feel free to use this site as a tool to keep up-to-date with what is going on at the Madison County Business League. It is here that you can find out about who we are and why we exist.
The mission of the Madison County Business League is to bring together, under one organization, the voice of numerous entities in order to establish a clear and concise message for the future. This organization, which is comprised of elected, appointed, business and individual leaders of Madison County, will enable all partners in business and economic development to participate collectively in bringing together the overall vision for Madison County.
Yahoo! Finance has just published an article listing the most educated towns from every state. Madison was the top in Mississippi with 63.1% of the population having at least a bachelor’s degree. Read More
The 3rd Annual Madison County Celebration sponsored by the Madison County Creative Economy Council will be held on Thursday, September 25, 2014, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at the Town of Livingston located at the intersection of Highway 463 and Highway 22 in Madison County. Read More
Madison County Business League Entrepreneurship Committee members participating on the Madison County Entrepreneurship SWAT Team received Venture Development Academy training sponsored by Tony Jeff and Innovate Mississippi. The Venture Development Academy prepares professionals to share their expertise as coaches and mentors for entrepreneurs and startup businesses throughout Mississippi. Read More
Madison County Creative Economy Council invites you to the 2014 Madison County Celebration: The Year of the Creative Economy on September 25, 2014 at Farmer's Table* Cooking School at the Town of Livingston (*Hwy. 22/463). There will be refreshments, creative economy exhibitors, door prizes, and music by After Hours. Read More
The Madison County Business League Government Relations and Education Committees hosted a luncheon meeting on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, in the McGowan Center located on the Ridgeland campus of Holmes Community College. Attendees included MCBL members, elected officials, educators and guests. Government Relations Committee Chairman Phil Buffington introduced State Treasurer Lynn Fitch who presented her new TEAM initiative (Treasurer's Education About Money). TEAM has partnered with EverFi and the Mississippi Council Economic Education to offer every public, private and parochial school across Mississippi the opportunity to teach students the importance of managing money. Several MCBL members sponsoring the program include Trustmark, Regions, Renasant Bank, AT&T, BankPlus and Community Bank! Read More
Jan Collins, executive director of the Madison County Business League, calls her organization “the bridge between business and government.” Read More
The Madison County Business League Education and Government Relations Committees will host a joint luncheon meeting on Wednesday, August 20th from 11:30 – 1:00 in the McGowan Center at Holmes Community College- Ridgeland Campus. Read More
The North Madison County Excel By Coalition hosted the 3rd annual Back to School Readiness and Health Fair on Saturday, August 9, 2014, at the Canton Multipurpose & Equine Center. The event was in partnership with City of Canton Parks & Recreation. Over 400 parents and students attended the event. Pre-school children aged 0-5 years of age were presented book bags with supplies upon completion of visits to 15 exhibitors sharing kindergarten readiness information. The health fair targeted numerous health related topics pertaining to young children and teenagers. Read More
The Madison County Business League congratulates Dr. Ronnie McGehee and Madison County Schools! Thank you for your vision and leadership! Read More
The Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) has produced an outstanding young professional video to attract talent to Madison County. You will recognize several young leaders promoting Madison County/Metro Jackson area as a great place to live, work and play! Read More