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10 To Watch: Victory Packaging [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.

Victory Packaging

In early 2013, Victory Packaging moved from a 75,000-square-foot space in DeSoto County to a 158,000-square-foot space in the Shelby Air Park. The new location allows the company to better serve its growing customer base, and General Manager Jenny Kitchen says the packaging solutions company has its dedicated employees and strategic thinking to thank for that growth. “Diligent hard work from our local teams, along with our approach to market, has been an integral part of our success, as we are able to service both local and national customers.” Memphis is an ideal business location for several reasons, she said. “In addition to being a great distribution market, Memphis also has a highly skilled and diverse workforce.” The future looks bright, she says. “Our new customer acquisitions have generated rapid growth in 2013 that will continue in 2014, not only in Memphis and the United States, but also in Mexico, where we are now the largest packaging distributor.”

-- Erinn Figg

Memphis Crossroads Magazine is a quarterly periodical published by the Greater Memphis Chamber. The full-color print publication is distributed four times annually, mailed to over 6,000 member subscribers, and available online for free. Read the latest edition of Memphis Crossroads Magazine anytime online with the digital edition.
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