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Chain Electric Company

  Bobby Chain started his career in the management program at Mississippi Power & Light Company, better known today as Entergy. Flash forward a half century later and Chain’s name is one of the most recognized in the nation for meeting the electrical needs of his customers, be it an industrial park or turning on the lights of a town ...

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CDA Hospitality, LLC

With headquarters in the metro Jackson area, CDA Hospitality Inc. currently manages several hotels throughout the state and is one of the youngest companies listed on the 2009 Mississippi Business Journal Fast 40. According to the company’s managing partner, the best is yet to come. “Our vision is to continue expansion within the hospitality industry, as well as diversify into ...

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Century Construction & Realty

Whether you’re a potential customer in need of construction and demolition services, property evaluation and assessment assistance or want to lease property for a retail venture, Century Construction and Realty wants to ‘talk shop’ with you. From its small beginnings as a two-employee/one truck firm, the company has expanded dynamically in its first 11 years.  Evolving into other key service ...

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Kinetic Staffing, LLC

Alan Lange saw a need. In response to the enormous human capital needs generated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Millsaps College graduate began Kinetic Staffing to help businesses involved in servicing the recovery effort and provide them with long-term contract employees. Lange had enjoyed a successful career in the legal recruiting business prior to the devastating storm and decided ...

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First Choice Medical Supply, LLC

Founded on the principal of delivering “old-fashioned” service in the eldercare distribution market, First Choice Medical Supply in Richland remains focused on providing a personal touch to its over 8,500 clients in 38 states. The company is currently recognized as the second largest private sector distributor to long-term care entities in the nation. While other companies may focus on expensive ...

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Bomgar Corporation

As you enter Bomgar Corporation’s Ridgeland office, visitors are greeted by a Bible verse from Psalms 27, which states “unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain.” CEO Joel Bomgar has certainly not labored in vain after working his way through college as a computer systems engineer and launching his company, which claims to have ...

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The Farese Group

One of the hallmarks of the Farese Group is teamwork. “All of our employees work together, which creates an excellent and productive work environment,” said founder Paxton Farese, who started the company in 2001 when he discovered a need while working with employees and retirees from the telecommunications and utilities industries.  “To fulfill the needs of clients, I began to ...

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BankPlus

Recognition is nothing new for BankPlus. After all, the Ridgeland-based financial institution has been named to the Mississippi Business Journal’s Best Places to Work list three years in a row, one of only three companies in the state to claim that distinction. BankPlus was founded in 1909 as Citizens Bank & Trust Company in the tiny Mississippi Delta town of ...

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Business Communications Inc.

In its mission statement, Business Communications Inc. makes it very clear what it does. The Madison County company is all about technology and delivering solutions in a way that will give its customers the freedom to focus on what is important to them. When other IT firms were focusing on Y2K problems in the late 1990s, BCI founder Tom Bailey ...

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Liquid Creative

Creativity is the name of the game in the fast-paced world of advertising, most would agree. You won’t get any arguments from Elizabeth Crisler. She named her ad agency Liquid Creative after launching it with a $10,000 investment from a Dallas agency owner, a card table, telephone and herself. “Initially, he asked me to manage the business but later agreed ...

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