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Deborah Camp

Deborah Camp
Doing Business
In Memphis

Need A Speaker?

Deborah Camp speaks to businesses, professional organizations, and industrial groups on topics ranging from database marketing, time management and entrepreneurism, to customer service, marketing trends, and small business management.

As publisher and owner of Doing Business In Memphis since 1990 she addresses a wide assortment of audiences from small workshop groups to State Conferences. Earlier this year she was one of five session leaders who spoke at a conference featuring internationally acclaimed speaker Les Brown. Says Camp: "Speaking for the Small Business Empowerment Association with someone like Les Brown as the keynote is as challenging as it gets. It was a wonderful experience as a speaker, and one that's made me work harder to improve my skills."

Nothing helps a speaker stay current and on-her-toes like a classroom of graduate students. Deborah teaches graduate level marketing to students at FedEx who are seeking their MBA degrees through Dowling College, and twice a year she teaches entrepreneurial studies to grad students attending Webster University.

For one year Deborah hosted a weekly hour-long radio show called the "Small Business Roundtable," during which she interviewed prominent business figures and answered questions from the radio audience. She has also been interviewed on such national radio shows as Paul and Sarah Edward's Los-Angeles-based talk show "Working From Home" and Mitch Schlemmler's New York City morning show, "Let's Talk Business."

Additionally, Deborah has written articles and essays for numerous publications including the Commercial Appeal, Memphis Business Journal, Mix Magazine, Phoenix New Times, Tennessee Anthropologist, First Tennessee Bank's Business Review, Memphis Woman Magazine and Performance Magazine . Because of her love of animals and advocacy of kindness and responsible pet ownership she also pens a monthly column for The Lamplighter entitled "Neighborhood Pets".

Deborah can be booked for single engagements, full or half day sessions, or as a keynote speaker or facilitator. Depending upon the size of the group, the theme, and venue she can also supply custom workbooks or other materials.

Some of the groups and businesses Deborah has appeared before include:

Small Business Empowerment Association Business Conference
Merrill Lynch
Memphis Public Library's Staff Institute Day
State Conference for Business & Professional Women of Mississippi
Life Insurance Underwriters Association meetings
Women in Communication
NATAM Key Buying Group
Women in Business Development Center
John Hancock Insurance
United Way of Memphis
Memphis Career Center
National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences
Greater Memphis Chamber's Small Business Council
Southaven Chamber of Commerce
Memphis Technical Assistance & Resource Center
Memphis Society of Association Executives
Rotary Clubs








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