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The mission of the Madison County Business League & Foundation 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.
The Madison County Business League & Foundation and MCEDA proudly announce the Madison County Youth Leadership Class for 2015-16. Also pictured are the college/university mentors for this year’s program. Read More
The 2015 John I. Rucker Community Innovation Leadership Award was presented to the Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) for their development of the Mississippi Bio-Medical Business Collaboratory. Read More
The Madison County Business League & Foundation and the Madison County Economic Development Authority hosted the 8th annual VISION Celebration luncheon on Tuesday, November 17th at the Country Club of Jackson. Over 400 members, elected officials and guests were in attendance. The 112th Military Police Battalion of Canton presented the colors and Miss Mississippi and 1st Alternate to Miss America, Hannah Roberts, played the National Anthem on her violin. Pastor Jason Dillon offered the invocation and Flora Mayor Les Childress led the pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag. Out Going Chairman Bob Williams gave an annual MCBL&F report for 2014-15 and passed the gavel to incoming Chairman Tina Lakey who presented her platform for 2015-16. Read More
Lance Nail's presentation from the 2015 Vision Celebration is now available to download. Read More
American Heart Association Staff and volunteers, Nancy New and Jan Collins, join Ridgeland mayor, Gene Magee to declared it National Eating Healthy Day, urging citizens to take this opportunity to jump-start a commitment to eating healthy and reducing the risk of heart disease. Read More
The Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office would like to introduce Y’all Business, a new website for business research and economic development. If you haven’t experienced this new website, we invite you to visit the link below: Read More
By Hu Meena – Few people noticed the lightbulb. The innovation that has come to be the very symbol of, well, a great idea. No one was against it, but few saw the potential. And who could blame them? This was a disruptive innovation that seemed out of context and excessive to functional lamp-flame light. They didn't know what they didn't know. Read More
The Madison County Business League & Foundation Youth Leadership Committee would like to thank the following members for their generosity in sponsoring the Career Day events and for donating items for the MCYL Class gift bags. We appreciate your tremendous effort in helping to make this program a huge success. The students were very grateful for your many promotional items! Read More
The 2015-16 Madison County Youth Leadership (MCYL) Class participated in Career Day on Wednesday, October 28, 2015. Two juniors from each of the Madison County public, private and parochial schools, plus New Summit and Jackson Academy (26 total), enjoyed a whirl wind day visiting leading businesses. Four college/university students representing USM, Tulane University and Holmes Community College, served as mentors for the class. Read More
The Madison County Business League and Foundation and MCEDA announce the 2015 Vision Celebration Luncheon. Read More