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10 To Watch: RedRover Sales & Marketing [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.

RedRover Sales & Marketing

RedRover is the only Memphis agency to integrate sales training with marketing and public relations,and this holistic approach has garnered the firm numerous awards since its 2006 beginnings. Most notably, in 2013 RedRover beat out competitors around the globe for the Summit International Awards’ platinum-level Summit Marketing Effectiveness award, a high industry honor. The agency also saw an astounding surge in business last year, necessitating a move to a new office in the Falls Building at 22 N. Front St. According to CEO and Founder Lori Turner-Wilson, the larger space will allow RedRover to triple the size of its staff during the next five years. Tangible successes aside, Wilson said the work is the biggest reward. “What really makes us beam with pride is the results we help our clients generate. The work we do helps our clients see brighter horizons themselves.” On tap for 2014: “Growth, growth, growth. Results, results, results.”

-- Erinn Figg

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