Small Business Archive

Buffalo Brewing Ready To Take Wing in Little Rock

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/25/2016 12:00 am

Buffalo Brewing is an outgrowth of the Water Buffalo, a retailer of supplies for hobby beer and winemakers, cheese makers and specialty gardeners (think hydroponic) at 106 S. Rodney Parham Road.

Banker Randy Scott Plays Part on East Arkansas Farm Team

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/25/2016 12:00 am

Randy Scott is the president and chief operating officer of Farmers Bank & Trust in Blytheville. A 26-year veteran of banking, he has worked the last 16 years at Farmers.

‘Pokemon Go' and Social Marketing (Ross Cranford Expert Advice)

by Ross Cranford 7/25/2016 12:00 am

Social savvy restaurateurs and tourism destinations have begun to lure “Pokemon” players with special offers. The hardest part of the consumer funnel has often been that last step along the way getting customers to your door.

North Little Rock Apartment Land Draws $2.8M Sale (Real Deals)

by George Waldon 7/25/2016 12:00 am

Richardson Properties LLC, led by Keith Richardson, purchased the undeveloped 64.5-acre tract adjoining Foothills Apartments at 2401 Lakeview Road.

Dallas Entrepreneur: Hubs Can Connect Startups With Experts, Experience

by Sarah Campbell 7/22/2016 02:24 pm

More than 100 people, including more than 20 mayors from across the state, attended Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola's first Mayor's Summit on Entrepreneurship on Friday.

Arkansas Small Business & Tech Development Center Gets $200,000 Grant

by Sarah Campbell 7/22/2016 10:59 am

The Arkansas Small Business & Technology Development Center gets a $200,000 grant to provide consulting services to entrepreneurs seeking funding through the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

Chip's Barbeque Falls Off Grill with Bankruptcy

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/18/2016 12:00 am

Chip's Barbeque of Little Rock recently closed and filed for bankruptcy protection, listing $400,000 in debts.

Internet In Northwest Arkansas Feeling Stress

by Marty Cook 7/18/2016 12:00 am

No one is complaining about the population and economic growth in northwest Arkansas, but all that growth is putting strains on the area's infrastructure.

Colony West Apartments Draw $6.3 Million Sale (Real Deals)

by George Waldon 7/18/2016 12:00 am

A 126-unit apartment complex in west Little Rock weighed in at $6.3 million, and a Heights retail project tipped the scales at $1.34 million.

Upcoming Mayor's Summit to Focus on Entrepreneurial Growth

by Sarah Campbell 7/15/2016 11:32 am

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola, in partnership with the private, nonpartisan Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City, Missouri, and the Venture Center in Little Rock, will hold the city's first Mayor's Summit on Entrepreneurship July 21-22.

Matt McLeod Fine Art Opens in Downtown Little Rock

by Cimber Winfrey 7/11/2016 12:00 am

Matt McLeod Fine Art of Little Rock houses an eclectic mix of contemporary art by owner Matt McLeod and other professional artists in and outside Arkansas.

CJRW Marks a Year as a Main Street Mainstay

by Kyle Massey 7/11/2016 12:00 am

When Mark Raines peeked inside the Fulk Building a couple of years ago, he couldn't believe CJRW was considering it as a future home. The historic building at Main and Third streets in Little Rock had long been the home of Bennett's Military Supplies.

Rebel Kettle, Just Opened, Plans to Grow

by Jan Cottingham 7/11/2016 12:00 am

Only three months after opening Rebel Kettle Brewing in east Little Rock on March 21, co-owner Jason Polk is thinking about enlarging the kitchen of the microbrewery/restaurant.

Fayetteville A&P Names Molly Rawn Executive Director

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/8/2016 02:12 pm

The Fayetteville Advertising & Promotion Commission announced Friday that Molly Rawn has been hired as the new executive director, effective Aug. 8.

Feds Finger Fort Smith Family in Food Stamp Fraud

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/4/2016 12:00 am

The feds recently accused a father-and-son pair who owns several Fort Smith convenience stores of running an elaborate food stamp fraud that involved 94 beneficiaries.

Consumer Certainty and Voter Veracity (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

by Craig Douglass 7/4/2016 12:00 am

Made plans for London yet? The cost of staying, eating and buying goods and services there is now cheaper due to the weaker British pound and stronger U.S. dollar. All because the United Kingdom — comprising England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland — voted to leave the European Union.

SPONSORED: Tax Filing Fraud — The Newest Form Of Identity Theft

by 7/4/2016 12:00 am

New regulations are designed to protect taxpayers, but diligence and caution always help.

A Big Boost for Drones in Business (Micah Goodwin Expert Advice)

by Micah Goodwin 6/30/2016 01:44 pm

If you've ever thought about using drones for your business, now is the time to start.

Nominate Now for Arkansas Business '20 in Their 20s'

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/28/2016 09:41 am

Arkansas Business is once again taking nominations for its annual "20 in Their 20s" list, which honors young professionals in their 20s.

With Unemployment Low, Arkansas Economists Weigh Effects

by Alexis Hosticka 6/24/2016 11:02 am

While two Arkansas economists don't expect state unemployment to fall much further, the effect of historically low jobless levels could put workers at an advantage when seeking a new job or higher wages.