Innovate Arkansas, the partnership between the Arkansas Economic Development Commission and Winrock International, was established to nurture technology-based startups in Arkansas and help grow high-wage jobs in the state. // read more
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Monday announced plans to establish the UALR George W. Donaghey Emerging Analytics Center. The center features data visualization systems that the university said "are among the first of their kind in the world." // read more
MineWhat is preparing a major product launch this month after relocating to Arkansas last year for the ARK Challenge. Co-founders Janakiram Ganesan and Pavan Kumar offered up their five tips for startup success. // read more
It's a bit more than 9,000 miles from Bangalore, India, to Fayetteville. Janakiram Ganesan and Pavan Kumar, entrepreneurs who took their e-commerce startup MineWhat from their native India to the ARK Challenge tech startup accelerator last fall, are making the most of those miles. // read more
Representatives from several companies, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, will be in Little Rock for a town hall for small businesses on ways to use social media. // read more
The president of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, has established a scholarship for Sigma Nu fraternity members at the University of Arkansas. Martinelli graduated in 1973 from the UA. // read more
Eureka owner Rolf Wilkin says incentives and credits make solar power a âÄėno-brainer.' He was intrigued by the idea of making his operation more environmentally friendly. // read more
University of Arkansas view a $30 million full-service hotel and conference center as a way to expand the school's executive education programs, especially in business. // read more
A burgeoning fashion company based in southern Arkansas has plans to patent and copyright a women's shoe with interchangeable heels and accessories. // read more
Welspun Tubular of Little Rock, Alliance Rubber of Hot Springs, Tyson Foods of Springdale and Conway Machine were the four Arkansas companies recognized Wednesday at the 2013 Governor's Award for Excellence in Global Trade. // read more
Innovate Arkansas client Movista was born in the MBA program at the University of Arkansas Walton Business College, but when it came time to put down permanent roots, co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski chose a house just off the square in downtown Bentonville.
While he supports enterprises and technologies that embrace sustainability and renewable energy as president and CEO of BlueInGreen LLC, Clete Brewer is first and foremost about the business side.
Arkansas Business is proud to have featured a number of 40 Under 40 honorees who have gone on to the corner offices of publicly traded companies. Let's count them.
Jeff Stalnaker moved from high-tech data services firm Acxiom to lead a high-tech startup, First Orion, which with its PrivacyStar smartphone application seeks to give people their privacy back.