Date: September 8, 2020
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Contact: Kate Reddan
Phone: 901.818.2435
 

This year has been unlike any other we've experienced. Yet, the city of Memphis is poised to succeed despite—and because of—the challenges brought on by the coronavirus. Hear from Apryl Childs-Potter as she gives us even more reasons to love Memphis!

Apryl will update us on Memphis tourism, economic development and why Memphis is a great place to be in our new normal. This webinar will be full of shiny nuggets of information you can utilize to help your clients make Memphis their home.



Apryl Childs-Potter Headshot

Apryl Childs-Potter
Chief Marketing Officer, Greater Memphis Chamber

Over the past 17 years, Apryl has worked to bring a data-driven approach to some of the Greater Memphis region’s biggest civic projects. Her research insights have helped shape placemaking and policy efforts and her work has helped brand for some of the city’s most recognizable civic assets.

As Chief Marketing Officer for the Greater Memphis Chamber, Apryl serves as the region’s biggest cheerleader, promoting Memphis and Shelby County’s strong economic assets to the world and helping grow and retain jobs and talent.

Working with partners across the public and private sector, Apryl is a champion of innovation and new ideas that can spur more job growth. She is an advocate for new approaches to economic and community development that can build a more inclusive and prosperous economy for the region.


Webinar Sponsors

We would like to extend our gratitude to the following sponsors for their continued support in these times and without whose aid this webinar would not have been possible.

 

Title Sponsors

Community Mortgage & Crump Mortgage Logo Evolve Bank & Trust Logo

Gold Sponsors

Bank of England Mortgage Memphis Logo Mortgage Financial Services Logo

Premier Partners

Pinnacle Financial Partners Logo Redeemers Group Logo

Preferred Partners

Independent Bank Logo Lofton Wells Insurance Logo

Positioning Memphis to Win in the "New Normal"