The Little Rock Regional Chamber's vice president of economic development, Ben France, asked cities in the 501 area code to celebrate our region's successes on May 1, or #501Day.
Conway, Maumelle and Morrilton are textbook cases for economic development. Although they have a healthy sense of competition, the cities benefit from each other in a “one-for-all, all-for-one” mentality to create a strong regional draw.
The first project at the Central Landing development on the site of the former Conway airport will break ground this summer. Central Arkansas developer and Burkhalter Technologies Inc. CEO John Burkhalter today announced plans to build a $70 million development that incorporates 339 luxury apartments into 18.7 acres of the mixed-use development.
Molex's new design center will increase investment in Arkansas’ growing technology community and improve Molex capabilities in product design, prototyping, and manufacturing.
Corey Parks and Isaac Sims are part of the Chamber's community and economic development team.
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.
Acxiom® (Nasdaq: ACXM), the data foundation for the world's best marketers, today announced it has relocated its corporate headquarters from Little Rock, Arkansas back to its original location in Conway, Arkansas.
Seven “generation defining” projects will create an exceptional quality of life in Conway over the next five years. The “Conway125” campaign includes public and private projects identified through the 2010 Conway2025 community visioning process.
Get a bird's eye view of the biggest infrastructure projects underway in Conway and Faulkner County.
Acadia Healthcare (NASDAQ:ACHC) of Franklin, Tennessee, broke ground Oct. 6 on a new 65,000-square-foot, 80-bed behavioral health hospital that will employ approximately 150. The facility will be located on Sturgis Road just south of The Meadows Technology Park.