Tagged: movista

NWA's Movista Raises More than $500K from Investors

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/16/2013 12:00 am

A technology company in Bentonville has raised nearly $550,000, according to a Securities & Exchange Commission filing late last month.

Investor Sees 'Billion Dollar Plays' Among Arkansas Startups

by Lance Turner 7/29/2013 03:14 pm

Permjot Valia, an international entrepreneur and angel investor, tells the second-annual Arkansas Commercialization Retreat that he sees several Arkansas startups that are capable of "billion dollar plays."

Movista Receives $82,000 Investment from ASTA

by Mark Carter 7/16/2013 02:08 pm

Bentonville retail software firm Movista has received an $82,959 investment from the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority. The funds will be used to commercialize Movista's proprietary technology, which provides retail tracking, verifying and reporting activities.

Movista: Bentonville A City On Fire

by Mark Carter 6/17/2013 01:53 pm

Innovate Arkansas client Movista was born in the MBA program at the University of Arkansas Walton Business College, but when it came time to put down permanent roots, co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski chose a house just off the square in downtown Bentonville.

5 UA Startups on the Cusp of Big Things

by Mark Carter 5/15/2013 09:44 am

Picasolar's 2013 successful run in national business-plan competitions is reminiscent of past University of Arkansas startups.

Movista Hopes to Duplicate Big Year

by Mark Carter 12/3/2012 12:00 am

Starting out the new year like they did in 2012 would be just fine for Movista co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski.

Arkansas Startups: From Dirt Roads to Interstates

by Mark Carter 12/3/2012 12:00 am

From an entrepreneurial dirt road to an interstate — that's how Movista co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski describe the emerging startup culture in northwest Arkansas.

Movista's 10 Tips for Startup Success

by Mark Carter 12/3/2012 12:00 am

Movista co-founders April Seggebruch and Stan Zylowski decided 10 were better than five. Each came up with five tips for prospective entrepreneurs.