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Balm Innovations of Little Rock, parent company of Omnibalm skin cream products, has received a $100,000 Seed Capital Investment Program grant from the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority to help launch a new product, to be announced, and expand its c // read more
The Arkansas Research Alliance names the members of its 15-person Board of Trustees. // read more
After 25 years as a successful venture investor within the Southeastern United States, Noro-Moseley is ready to expand to Arkansas through the Arkansas Institutional Fund. // read more
Diamond State Ventures II will invest between $75 million and $90 million in the next five years. // read more
Lenders and the U.S. Small Business Administration made 303 unique 7(a) loans in Arkansas during its fiscal 2008, which ended Sept. 30. // read more
The state's congressional delegation announced this week that the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center will receive a $93,405 grant through the U.S. Small Business Administration's Veterans Assistance and Services Program. // read more
One of the early-stage companies in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences BioVentures center is the recipient of Small Business Innovation Research Grant from the Department of Energy, the center announced recently. // read more
A week from today Josh Quittner, editor-at-large for Time Magazine, will be the featured speaker at the 2008 Arkansas Venture Forum Conference, organizers announced recently. // read more
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and other higher education institutions in the state recently acknowledged the Arkansas Small Business Development Center's shift toward assisting high-tech and innovative businesses. // read more
Small business owners are not feeling the full force of credit crisis. // 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.
University of Arkansas startup HomeDx won the elevator pitch portion and finished second overall in the graduate-level division of the 2013 Donald W. Reynolds Tri-State Governor's Cup business-plan competition Tuesday in Las Vegas.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of Bentonville is making a push to sell more U.S.-made goods and part of that effort includes promoting products made in Arkansas.
Northwest Technical Institute in Springdale has more prospective students than spots in its diesel and truck technology program. A future expansion in lab space could help the school, located in an area known nationally for its diesel tech jobs.