Cornelius Schnitzler: Air Industry Lifts Arkansas in Berlin

Cornelius Schnitzler: Air Industry Lifts Arkansas in Berlin
Cornelius Schnitzler

Cornelius Schnitzler is the director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission office in Berlin. The office, which opened in July, is the state's base of operations in Europe, where it aims to maintain existing business relationships and cultivate new ones.
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LRCVB Moves Ahead on Deal for Cromwell Building

LRCVB Moves Ahead on Deal for Cromwell Building

The Little Rock Advertising & Promotion Commission's $3.35 million purchase of the Cromwell Building for the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau could be finalized within a month or so.
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Issue 3: A Job-Luring Amendment, or Corporate Welfare?

Issue 3: A Job-Luring Amendment, or Corporate Welfare?

If Arkansas voters approve an amendment to the state Constitution in November, supporters say it will help bring more companies and jobs to the state. Opponents say it's corporate welfare.
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Arkansas Chambers of Commerce list ranked by numbers of members. Also includes market area, budgeted annual revenue, year founded, director, president or CEO, website, and contact info.

Rank Name Number of Member Accounts (not total number of individual representatives) Director
1 Little Rock Regional Chamber 2,278 Chesshir, James W. "Jay"
2 Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce 2,102 Burns, Raymond M.
3 North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce 1,301 Owens, John
4 Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce 1,287 Young, Mark
5 Conway Area Chamber of Commerce 1,250 Lacy, Brad

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Cornelius Schnitzler: Air Industry Lifts Arkansas in Berlin

Cornelius Schnitzler is the director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission office in Berlin. The office, which opened in July, is the state's base of operations in Europe, where it aims to maintain existing business relationships and cultivate new ones.