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Global Connect Poised to Widen Job Pipeline
Dana Deree, president of Arkansas Global Connect, sees the temporary work visa program as key to resolving the country’s migrant crisis and labor shortage.

Global Connect Poised to Widen Job Pipeline

by George Waldon – 2 days ago

The core mission of Arkansas Global Connect is to provide American employers with an efficient pipeline of reliable seasonal workers from abroad and to open a door of economic opportunity for job seekers.

iDatafy Plans Better Way to Link Employers, Talent

iDatafy Plans Better Way to Link Employers, Talent
2 days ago

iDatafy of Little Rock has launched its SmartResume Certified Job Talent Marketplace, designed to connect employers to white- and blue-collar job seekers who actually have the skills they're looking for.

AcreTrader Investors Pool Cash to Buy Farmland This article is available only in print.

AcreTrader Investors Pool Cash to Buy Farmland
2 days ago

Since launching in 2019, Fayetteville farmland investing service AcreTrader has placed “well over” $100 million into more than 60 farms in a dozen states, according to Founder and CEO Carter Malloy.


The 2021 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright

The 2021 20 In Their 20's: The Future Looks Bright

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

From Jonesboro to Little Rock to Bentonville to Prescott, bright young talent spans our state. For the 12th year, Arkansas Business is proud to introduce 20 of the freshest faces in business and community service. read more >

What's Behind a Name, and a Marketing Firm

What's Behind a Name, and a Marketing Firm

OuttakesTechnology & Telecom

Group Five West has been telling its clients' stories boldly for a half-century, all the while flying somewhat under the radar as a small but focused marketing and advertising company in downtown Little Rock. read more >

EVs Await Chargers; Retailers Await EVs

EVs Await Chargers; Retailers Await EVs

Technology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Before gas-station owners invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in charging stations, they need to know there are enough electric cars to make it pay off. But before car buyers pick an electric vehicle, they want to be sure they'll find enough places to recharge. read more >

Signature Bank Makes Its Mark on Harrison

Signature Bank Makes Its Mark on Harrison

Banking & Finance

Fayetteville's Signature Bank of Arkansas has made the Harrison market a party of 10. The $805 million-asset lender has opened for business in Suite 100 of the Durand Center at 303 N. Main St. read more >

Crack That Whip: Woes in Supply Chain Persist

Crack That Whip: Woes in Supply Chain Persist

Transportation

The nation's supply chain is suffering from the bullwhip effect, in which a seemingly minor blip in the supply-demand relationship at the bottom of the chain creates increasingly harsher reverberations as it travels up the chain. read more >