Innovation

IA Client Firm SEAS Education not Typical 'Startup'

IA Client Firm SEAS Education not Typical 'Startup'
Founder Harvey Hughes of SEAS Education in Mountain Home.

One Innovate Arkansas client firm stretches the "startup" tag. SEAS Education of Mountain Home has been around since 1995 and quietly has become a leading national provider of education plan management software.
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Harvey Hughes' 5 Tips for Startup Success

Founder Harvey Hughes of Mountain Home's SEAS Education, an Innovate Arkansas client firm, likes to keep things simple. Here are his five tips for startup success.
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Foreign Patent Trolls Threaten Arkansas Economy (Warwick Sabin Commentary)

“Patent trolling,” the practice of obtaining large buckets of intellectual property rights with the intention of using them to extract damages and settlement revenue rather than to protect innovation or produce anything, is not a new idea.
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