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10 To Watch: Prodigi Arts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Each of this year’s 10 companies to watch has an inspirational story to tell. Among them, there’s something for everyone: a classic comeback; an impossible dream made into a reality; sweet success born of perseverance and hard work; trial and error that finally ends in triumph; even a testament to the power of faith.

And although their individual stories are quite different, these 10 Memphis businesses all have at least two things in common. For one, their accomplishments in 2013 were inspirational enough to put them on our annual list. In addition, and perhaps most importantly, all of the following business leaders see their success as an indicator that Memphis continues to grow as a promising place to work and live — a place where great ideas are born.

Prodigi Arts

Prodigi Arts is a production studio that specializes in 2D and 3D animation, video production and motion design, but President and CEO Chris O’Conner is quick to describe the company as so much more. “Prodigi Arts is a collection of purveyors and storytellers. We have an ongoing fascination with vibrant and authentic ideas that go viral, and we aim to create something that connects with audiences in deep and lasting ways.” Many of those stories abound in Memphis, which O’Conner describes as a city that takes great pride in its companies. “We’ve been fortunate to have the support of organizations like Emerge Memphis, the Greater Memphis Chamber, Leadership Memphis and the Memphis Business Journal that have encouraged us to strive towards a greater vision.” In 2014, O’Conner says they plan to expand their visual services to include motion design and photo manipulation, among others, and continue to broaden their client base.

-- Erinn Figg

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