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Sereta Richardson reveals the humiliation, futility, and deep bias she encountered while part of the police force. Her story of her brother's unnecessary death is heartbreaking and angering. Her solution is perfect.
Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Mississippi video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Mississippi. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Certificate of Formation with the Mississippi Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-mississippi/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it...
From our previous experiences with the timber boom and bust of the late Nineteenth Century, and petroleum advances and retreats in the late Twentieth Century, we've learned a valuable lesson -- we must strongly encourage industrial diversity and partnerships. And, that's exactly what we've done. As a result, we have not one but three strong industry groups in Jones County -- and a fourth well on its way to maturity. Add to that a multitude of small businesses and entrepreneurs. If you're looking for a home for that new idea or innovation -- or simply a place where your business can take flight -- then Jones County is worth a look. We invite you to take a closer look at what makes Jones County the place to live, we're sure you too will soon be saying, "Jones County, Now This is Living!" C...
In our third segment of Mississippi's Culinary Town, Starkville foodies Jay Reed and Mark the Chef, try out Taco Tuesday with a Southern twist at Two Brothers Smoked Meats in the historic Cotton District! Your tastebuds will thank you for their take on pork rind nachos, southern style tacos and the new classic, deep fried pecan pie! SUBSCRIBE and pull up a chair as we take a tour of the vibrant culinary culture of Starkville, Mississippi in our new series, MISSISSIPPI'S CULINARY TOWN! You'll meet local chefs and food crafters, visit some of our favorite restaurants and culinary events, and listen in on the conversations where foodies become friends. In Starkville, you'll see that the best of the New South still happens around the table! http://www.savorstarkville.org -------------------...
west elm works with a Mississippi upholstery workshop to handcraft furniture using traditional techniques -- from woodworking to tailoring -- right here in the USA! See how this truly creative partnership begins with a design, passes it through the hands of skilled artisans, and ends with a finished product to be proud of. Through 2015, west elm has made a commitment to paying $35 million directly to artisans and hand-crafters around the world. We're directly impacting the lives of 4,500 artisan workers and 18,000 family members. Browse all of our Mississippi-made furniture: http://bit.ly/1bnQfCt Subscribe to our Youtube channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/westelm
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In our second segment of Mississippi's Culinary Town, Starkville foodies Jay Reed and Mark the Chef, visit Central Station Grill, one of the long-standing pillars of Starkville's restaurant scene. Watch as they sample some old favorites, new items with a Southern zing, and see if Mark can stump Jay on desserts! SUBSCRIBE and pull up a chair as we take a tour of the vibrant culinary culture of Starkville, Mississippi in our new series, MISSISSIPPI'S CULINARY TOWN! You'll meet local chefs and food crafters, visit some of our favorite restaurants and culinary events, and listen in on the conversations where foodies become friends. In Starkville, you'll see that the best of the New South still happens around the table! http://www.savorstarkville.org ------------------------------------ Ori...
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Looking for information on how to register a business name in Mississippi? This video will help entrepreneurs find information on legally registering their business name and is a part of the How to Start a Business in Mississippi video series. Topics include trademarking a business name, registering a fictitious name / DBA for a sole proprietorship & partnership along with trade name reservations for a corporation or LLC. For more information and links on registering a business name in Mississippi, check out https://startingyourbusiness.com/register-business-name-mississippi-dba/ While it’s not required, we would recommend first checking to see if there is a trademark protecting the name you want to use. To research names: - Go to the United States Patent & Trademark Office at uspto.g...
Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing perform for 120 kids and families after paddling 5 miles down the Mississippi River withe Wilderness Inquiry. This trip is part of a series of events conducted by Wilderness Inquiry in partnership with the National Park Service, Mississippi River Fund, and many other organizations.
Credit: Jack McTigue, Music: "Open Sea Morning" - Puddle of Infinity This is a film entry for the 2014 Mississippi Minute Film Festival (http://www.mississippiminute.org). The Festival is a project of the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership (http://www.minneapolisriverfrontpartnership.org). Warm thanks to Jack McTigue for his entry!
Credit: Cory Parkos and Scott Smith Reutiman This is a film entry for the 2015 Mississippi Minute Film Festival (http://www.mississippiminute.org). The Festival is a project of the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership (http://www.minneapolisriverfront.org). Warm thanks to Cory and Scott for their entry!