“All businesses are changing so rapidly that entrepreneurship is required – not optional – for today’s manager.” Joe Orgill knows the entrepreneurial concept well, and it’s his ability to demonstrate innovation and initiative that has allowed Orgill, Inc., the oldest business in the city of Memphis to be owned by the same family, to remain at the top. Mr. Orgill represents the 5th generation to work for the enterprise. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Orgill, Inc., a full-service wholesale distribution and retail services company. Orgill provides customers with sophisticated hardware retail market analysis, and is also the world’s largest independent hardware distributor.
Joe Orgill’s entrepreneurial commitment applies to the many civic responsibilities he has accepted over the years, including United Way of Greater Memphis, Rhodes College, the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, the Children’s Museum of Memphis, the Shelby County Hospital Authority and LeMoyne Owen College. He is also one of the three original inductees into the “Home Center Hall of Fame.”
Distribution of hardware items and provision of retail hardware marketing services worldwide.
“‘All businesses are changing so rapidly that entrepreneurship is required-not optional- for today’s manager. Traditionally, entrepreneurs were people who got new ideas, which often spawned new businesses. However, today even the best-established business faces new challenges and opportunities. The creativity, capacity for risk, and vision traditionally associated with the entrepreneur are becoming the characteristics of all successful businesses.”
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