Aristotle Inc.

Founded in Little Rock in 1995, Aristotle is an Internet and interactive multimedia production, design and consulting firm.

Its services include social media services, mobile technology and marketing, website design and development, web hosting, online marketing and advertising, content development and search optimization, consulting and reporting, identity branding and advertising agency services, as well as video, audio and photography.

Aristotle has expanded its services over the years to meet its clients' diverse needs. Its portfolio has included the following clients: Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Arkansas Arts Center, Elvis Presley Enterprises, Atlantic City, N.J., the city of Little Rock, the Long Island (N.Y.) Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Hot Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Kentucky Department of Travel, Crews & Associates, Stephens Inc., Simmons First Bank, Bank of the Ozarks, Ranger Boats, ARKSYS, Murphy USA, Riceland Foods, Arkansas Farm Bureau, Baptist Health, Arkansas Children's Hospital, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Central Arkansas.

Related News

J. David Daniel Newest Senior VP at Simmons First Trust (Movers & Shakers)

J. David Daniel has been promoted to senior vice president of Simmons First Trust Co. Daniel has more than 20 years of experience, 16 of which have been with the company. read more >

Tommy Maxwell Joins Hardwood Federation Board of Directors (Movers & Shakers)

Tommy Maxwell has 35 years of experience in the flooring business and is the president and CEO of Maxwell Hardwood Flooring. read more >

Aristotle WebPress Rebranded as Aristotle Select

Little Rock's Aristotle Inc., a wireless Internet service provider, rebranded its new Web design service recently. read more >

Movers & Shakers (June 18, 2012)

New hires, promotions and awards for the week of June 18, 2012. read more >

Movers & Shakers (April 2, 2012)

New hires, promotions and awards for the week of April 2, 2012. read more >

Update: Legal Dispute Complicates Aristotle Acquisition

An acquisition Aristotle Inc. of Little Rock confirmed to ArkansasBusiness.com on Friday is more complicated than originally described, according to parties affected by the deal. read more >

Arkansas Working to Rise on Digital Index

In the information age, a rural state like Arkansas is having a tough time keeping up with the competition. read more >

P. Allen Smith to Help Promote State Tourism on TV Shows

P. Allen Smith will run TV spots promoting Arkansas on his three shows in 2011. The spots were produced by Little Rock advertising firm Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods. read more >

Parks Group Broadens Access for Mobile Users

Apple products accounted for more than 83 percent of the smartphone access to Parks' website. read more >

W. Dixon Bowles, Aristotle Co-founder, Dies at 66

W. Dixon Bowles, co-founder and chairman of the board of Aristotle Inc. of Little Rock, died Sunday at his Little Rock home. He was 66. read more >

New Media Relations Director For Realtors Group Named

Amy Glover Bryant of Little Rock has been named the director of media relations for the Arkansas Realtors Association. read more >

Greg Henderson

After graduating from Ouachita Baptist University at Arkadelphia with a degree in political science, Greg Henderson landed a Web design job at Aristotle Inc. of Little Rock. read more >

Aristotle Cuts Salaries, Founding Member Leaves

Little Rock Web developer, marketing firm and Internet service provider Aristotle Inc. trimmed salaries by 10 percent. Founding member J.D. Robinson is leaving the company. read more >

Parks & Tourism Keeps Marketing Business In-state

Gov. Mike Beebe hosted the 35th Annual Arkansas Governors Conference on Tourism in the city. The conference covers a lot of ground, but a major component is the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism's discussion of its tourism-marketing plan for the comi read more >

IT Firms See Hope in Stimulus

From the slew of appropriations included in the mammoth $789 billion economic stimulus package, one category of grants could send a ripple throughout the state's economy starting with some homegrown technology firms. read more >

Arkansas Likely to Benefit From Broadband Stimulus

From the slew of appropriations included in the mammoth $789 billion economic stimulus package, one category of grants could send a ripple throughout the state's economy starting with some homegrown technology firms. read more >

Arkansas Research Alliance Announces Board Members

Hugh T. McDonald, president and CEO of Entergy Arkansas, has been named chairman of the board of Arkansas Research Alliance. read more >

Newspapers Seek New Business Plan

Everyone knows the classic newspaper business model is changing, but what will Arkansas' gray ladies look like? read more >

Broadband Availability Moves Toward White County

Aristotle Inc. of Little Rock bought the wireless broadband division of Internet provider Futura Inc., including equipment and its customer base of less that 50. read more >

Business Briefs for March 31, 2008

A brief look at business for the week of March 31, 2008. read more >