10th Anniversary
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Partner Level MCBL Members

Madison County Economic Development Authority

Pillar of the Community
MCBL Members

Butler Snow
C Spire
Renasant Bank
St. Dominic Health Services, Inc.
Vertex Aerospace
Yates Construction

Platinum Investor
MCBL Members

Adams and Reese
Adcamp, Inc.
Amerigo, Sombra, Char, Anjou & Saltine
Atmos Energy
Brunini Grantham Grower & Hewes, PLLC
CenterPoint Energy
Citizens National Bank
Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush, P.A.
First South Farm Credit
Harper, Rains, Knight & Company P.A.
Levi Strauss & Company
Memphis Communications Corporation
Merit Health
Nissan North America, Inc.
Pettis, Barfield & Hester, P.A.
Pinnacle Trust
Southern Ag Credit
The Headache Center
Think WebSTORE


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Important Documents

icon Madison County Economic Indicators 2018 Overview (912.00 KB)

Our Mission

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.

In the News...

Joey Deason Guest Commentary


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2018 Vision Celebration

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Press Release: Madison Recently Named ‘Mississippi’s Most Successful City’

Madison Recently Named ‘Mississippi’s Most Successful City’

September 4, 2018

The accolades are nonstop for this metro Jackson city of 30,000 residents.

Madison has received yet another feather in the city’s hat as Zippia, a Career Website has just acknowledged the upscale community as the most successful in the Magnolia State. Other cities in Mississippi were not named as runner-up, etc.

The criteria that Zippia utilized focused on the three areas of Median Income, Unemployment Rate and Education Rate. Madison’s numbers in these categories are $100,978; 3.5 percent and 62.5 percent respectively. The Education Rate looked at residents 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree. One city was singled out in each of the 50 states. Some other Southern states receiving the recognition included Mt. Brook, Alabama; Milton, Georgia; Pelican Bay, Florida; Edgewood, Kentucky; Oak Hills Place, LA and Brentwood, Tennesse. Glencoe, Illinois (a city less than one hour from Chicago) led all cities with these numbers — $185,320, 1.5 percent and 86.7 percent.

What this research tells us (the data was based on a 2012-2016 American Community Survey from the US Census) is that education trumps everything when it comes down to economics. As a 17-year resident of Madison and growing up near Brentwood (Green Hills in Nashville), I can relate to these two communities excelling in these qualities of life barometers. They are both targeted destinations for individuals relocating to their respective state capital’s metropolitan area.

Also factoring into Madison’s success is their high level of standards as to zoning; city ordinances and the continuity of city government. Madison’s Mayor, Mary Hawkins Butler, is now in her 38th year as CEO of the city. This is one of the longest “runs” for mayors throughout the entire nation. Madison also enjoys a reputation as one of the state’s safest cities, if not the safest. New capital investment continues to pour into the city primarily related to the criteria that the survey disclosed.

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Register for Facebook Community Boost

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2018 MCYP Executive Forum

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2018 Kimber Halliburton Reception

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2018 Board Nominees

See the full list of 2018 Board nominees. Read More

MEC Press Release: Major Funding Approved for Transportation

Major Funding Approved for Transportation
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Resolution Regarding Sales Tax Diversion for Internet Sales

Whereas, the Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) is a member-driven organization of over two hundred twenty executive leaders and decision makers in the Madison County and Metro Jackson Area whose mission is to unite with elected officials on all levels of government to speak with one voice on matters of economic development and quality of life; and to serve as stakeholders for the Madison County Economic Development Authority; and Read More

Madison County August Sales Tax Review

“Numbers are still positive for all the municipalities and Madison County as a whole is 2.59% higher compared to the Oct-Aug time frame last year. Only one more month left in this fiscal year.” Joey Deason, MCEDA Executive Director Read More

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