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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.
If you missed this year’s VISIONS Celebration, you can now watch keynote speaker Joe Sanderson Jr. online here. Read More
The Madison County Business League and the Madison County Economic Development Authority hosted the 2013 VISION Celebration luncheon a the Country Club of Jackson on November 14, 2013. 380 members, elected officials, guests and community partners attended. Special guest speaker was Joe Sanderson, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Sanderson Farms. Miss Mississippi Chelsea Rick sang the National Anthem and God Bless America. The colors were presented by the US Army National Guard 112th Battalion from Canton and Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler offered the invocation. The 2013 VISION Award was presented by MCEDA Executive Director Tim Coursey to BankPlus. Madison County President Donna Sims accepted the award for BankPlus. The 2013 VISIONARY Leadership Award was presented by Terrell Knight, VP Government & Economic Development for C Spire, to Joel Bomgar, CEO and Founder of Bomgar Corporation. MCBL Chairman of the Board Sherry Chance recapped Business League highlights from the past year. Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Cindy Hyde-Smith introduced Mr. Sanderson. Governor Phil Bryant closed out the program with a salute to Mr. Sanderson and Sanderson Farms for their continued sponsorship of the PGA tournament at Annandale. Read More
JACKSON — Madison County’s best and brightest, as well as the leader of a successful poultry company in South Mississippi, will take center stage next week. Read More
C Spire announced today the nine Mississippi cities that will be finalists for the nation’s first and only statewide roll out of ultra-fast 1 Gbps broadband fiber to the home Internet service. Read More
The first event of the 2013-14 Madison County Youth Leadership program: Economic Development/Career Day was held on Wednesday, October 30, 2013. The opening breakfast, sponsored by Holmes Community College, was hosted in the law offices of Adams & Reese in Ridgeland, MS. Twenty-four juniors representing each of the public, private and parochial high schools in Madison County were in attendance along with students representing New Summit School in Jackson. College mentors Zachary Smith, Annie Andrews Abby Wooley,and Haley Crenshaw representing Millsaps College, Belhaven University, Tulane University and Holmes Community College accompanied the students on the shuttle bus provided by Madison County Citizens Services Agency and sponsored by IBM. Read More
Trustmark and the Madison County Foundation (MCF) presented a $ 5,000.00 check to the North Madison County Excel By 5 Coalition and Co-Lead agencies in support of the new Early Childcare Resource and Referral Center located on the square in the historic old Madison County Courthouse. The resource center will provide educational tools and continuing education programs for childcare providers, and early learning resources for families and preschool teachers in Madison, Yazoo, Leake, Holmes and Attala Counties. The Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA), United Way of the Capital Area (UW), and the Madison County Business League (MCBL)serve as Co-Lead Agencies for the North Madison County Excel By 5 Coalition. Read More
Since September 1, 10 hospitals throughout Mississippi have been out of network with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi. This affects access to care for patients and their families, puts associate jobs at risk and threatens the economies where the hospitals reside. Read More
Join Mississippi Glowing for Christ on October 5th at 7pm at the Canton Community Center. Read More
The Madison County Creative Economy Council (MCCEC) hosted the 2nd Annual Madison County Business After Hours on Monday, September 30, 2013, from 5:00 - 7:00 at the MS Crafts Center in Ridgeland, MS. Read More
By Lynn Lofton · Mississippi Business Journal: The Madison County Business League has been a busy group since it was created in 2008 and has grown to 135 members. A privately funded 501(c)(6) non-profit economic development stakeholder and support organization, it plays a vital role in this rapidly growing metro county. Read More