Innovation

State Investment Helps Movista Continue Growth

State Investment Helps Movista Continue Growth
Part of the Movista crew outside the company's downtown Bentonville office.

The firm's growth was bolstered by an $82,000 investment from the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority's Seed Capital Investment Program. That investment preceded a $550,000 funding round.
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World Trade Center Arkansas Gets $600k Grant to Help Boost State Economy

The World Trade Center Arkansas in Rogers, an affiliate of the University of Arkansas, has received a $600,000 federal grant to expand its outreach services to strengthen the state's economy, the university announced Monday.
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Innovative Tax Software Gives STDL a Competitive Advantage

Sales tax is Noel Hamm's art, and Sales Tax DataLink, the Innovate Arkansas client startup based in Bentonville, is his medium. Hamm is having some fun and even more success with sales tax, and his innovations are helping businesses experience less headaches because of it.
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