With the passage of a recent sales-tax initiative, Pryor said Little Rock now has a great opportunity to get the ball rolling on its own research park.
The CEO Roundtable hosted by U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor last week in the River Market was a big enough deal to compel Wilson Kanaday of Vertical Studio to break out some shoes. It attracted something of a suits-and-boots vibe.
Kanaday caught up with four startup leaders to solicit their reaction to Pryor’s American Opportunity Act, which would create a 25 percent federal income tax credit for investing in qualified small businesses.
If the bills have the ease of use to accommodate the pace and timing of angel investing, and are actually utilized by seed and early stage technology entrepreneurs and the angels that invest in them, I believe that they will help.