In 2018 the Inner City Capital Connections program will return to Memphis, TN for the second time in the program’s history. Since 2014, 82 Memphis participants have created 274 jobs and have sustained 227% revenue growth. In partnership with FedEx and Regions Bank, ICCC’s impact in Memphis continues to grow.
Read more about ICCC’s regional and national impact in the 2017 Impact Report.
Application deadline: Applications are now closed
Kick-off Breakfast: April 11, 2018
Opening executive education seminar: August 23, 2018
Learn more about our inspiring alumni from Memphis:
AVPOL International LLC: A three-time ICCC participant,AVPOL International LLC provides logistics solutions, pipeline maintenance, facility maintenance and quality assurance. Through ICCC, AVPOL learned how to navigate the various financial products on the market and identified the right-type of capital to accelerate both top- and bottom-line growth.
Sweet Potato Baby: Sweet Potato Baby is a baked goods and catering company that specializes in gourmet confections. After participating in ICCC in 2014, the owner, Aryen Moore-Alston, expanded upon her company’s strategy to pair her signature sweets with bistro-style menu offerings and opened her first café.
April 11, 2018: Memphis Business Journal, How FedEx plans to grow supplier diversity — and calls it the best way to ‘impact the city’
March 3, 2017: Memphis Business Journal, National small business program launched in Memphis
February 16, 2017: Memphis Business Journal, ‘Sweet’ cafe has letter of intent for Universal Life building
October 6, 2015: Memphis Daily News, Allworld Project Management Grows Staff With Tech Focus
July 9, 2015: Memphis Business Journal, Demand for service may yield best year ever for Ewing Moving & Storage
May 18, 2012: Memphis Business Journal, AVPOL International riding federal contracts toward goal of $100 million revenue mark
Thanks to our dedicated partners for making ICCC possible in Memphis: