Dr. Katie Burton-Cox is the newest physician at Conway Obstetrics and Gynecology. A native of Malvern, Arkansas, Dr. Burton-Cox will begin seeing patients in January 2018. This post is sponsored by Conway Obstetrics & Gynecology, a presenting sponsor for the 2017 Women in Business Awards.
The 2017 MED Awards recipients were recognized at a reception at UCA on Monday, Sept. 25. The event was presented by Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company.
Canadian based manufacturer DBG today announced plans to establish a US headquarters in Conway, Arkansas. The Company has aggressive plans to double its business over the next 5 years.
Luke Ferguson, senior vice president and general counsel for the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and Conway Development Corporation, received the IOM graduate recognition from the Institute for Organization Management.
The Conway Area Chamber received an industry award that recognizes communications and marketing work for the first edition of its Off Campus college guide.
Presented by Smith Ford and Thomas & Thomas LLP, Outlook Conway dove deep into key issues that directly affect the North Metro economy.
Minority entrepreneurs and business professionals gathered at UCA Downtown for the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce’s Connect Conway event. Sponsored by Sandstone Real Estate Group, Connect Conway: Minority Entrepreneur Night featured presentations from local experts and gave four small businesses the opportunity to pitch their enterprises.
Toad Suck Daze is a four-time recipient of an international “Best Children’s Programming” award – and for good reason. The family-friendly festival is committed to providing activities for kids of all ages.
Held in April during Administrative Professionals Week, the Administrative Professionals Awards celebrates the valued work of administrative professionals and recognizes individuals in the Conway area who keep their offices running smoothly.
In one month, the 36th annual Toad Suck Daze festival, presented by Crain Buick GMC and Crain Kia, will kick off in downtown Conway. Organizers say they can’t recall a more exciting time before the festival.