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Brent Birch

From left: Brent Birch, Hugh McDonald, Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. and John Burgess.
Real Estate / Small Business

Helping Startups, 6 Years On (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

The Little Rock Tech Park is a patience game, and we’re still in the early innings. read more >
The Little Rock Technology Park.
Construction / Government & Politics / Real Estate / Small Business

Tech Park Announces $9.6M Phase 2 Expansion

Renovations of Five Main Place have already started and are expected to be complete by spring of 2024. read more >
Lawrence Whitman, dean of the Donaghey School of Stem at UA Little Rock
Education

Lawrence Whitman Joins LR Tech Park Board

Whitman replaces Southern Bancorp CEO Darrin Williams, who served the maximum 10 years. read more >
The Arena District in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
Media & Marketing / Small Business / Tourism

Shop Talk (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Takeaways from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers’ annual conference, including a word from a Biden administration official on the rising inflation that threatens to derail the pandemic comeback. read more >

Awards Go to Arkansas Business, Greenhead

Arkansas Business Senior Editor Mark Friedman claimed gold for best body of work at the annual Alliance of Area Business Publications awards. read more >
Maria Markham
Education / Government & Politics / Real Estate

Higher Ed Division Makes Its MoveLock Icon

The Arkansas Division of Higher Education is moving, but not very far. read more >
Banking & Finance / Small Business

Little Rock Tech Park Deleting Debt

Board members voted to pay off the park’s last, $9.6 million phase one loan. read more >
Arkansas duck hunters are wading into shallower waters this season at three of the state’s wildlife management areas.
Agriculture & Poultry / Energy / Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Real Estate / Retail / Tourism

Game & Fish Takes Dry Run at Duck Woods DilemmaLock Icon

Arkansas game officials are planning to create shallower wetlands in some of the state’s most popular public duck hunting grounds. The objective is letting red oak trees dry out and recover from an H2O overdose in recent growing seasons. read more >
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22 Years and Change (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

The tools will change but not our mission of providing meaningful content that our business audience can’t get anywhere else. read more >
The 2020 edition of Greenhead magazine, which won the gold award in the "best ancillary magazine" category in the Alliance of Area Business Publishers' annual "Editorial and Design Excellence Competition."
Media & Marketing

ABPG Wins 3 Gold Awards for News, Magazine

Arkansas Business Publishing Group of Little Rock wins three gold awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers' annual "Editorial and Design Excellence Competition." read more >
Real Estate / Restaurants & Food / Small Business

New Coffee Shop to Open at Little Rock Tech Park

Creighton Ralls of Little Rock announced Tuesday the opening of The Paranoid Android coffee shop in the Little Rock Technology Park. read more >
Blue Sail Coffee's space on the first floor of the Little Rock Tech Park. 
Construction / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Coffee Competition Heats Up at Tech ParkLock Icon

A new local coffee shop is making a play for Blue Sail Coffee Roasters' space inside the Little Rock Technology Park. read more >
Dickson Flake
Construction

Arkansas Commercial Real Estate Pioneer Dickson Flake Dies at 81

L. Dickson Flake, the commercial real estate developer whose major projects include the 33-story Regions Center in Little Rock and J.B. Hunt Transport Services headquarters in Lowell, died Tuesday in Little Rock. He was 81. read more >

ABPG Wins 5 National Awards for Excellence

Arkansas Business' coverage of Walmart Inc.'s response to a spate of gun-related incidents in its stores and a former state senator's acknowledgement that he accepted bribes are recognized with gold awards from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers. read more >
Blue Sail Coffee's space on the first floor of the Little Rock Tech Park. 
Construction / Real Estate / Restaurants & Food

Tech Park Coffee Shop May Get FaceliftLock Icon

Blue Sail Coffee Roasters of Conway has requested that a remodel of its location inside the Little Rock Technology Park be worked into its next lease. read more >
Brent Birch, executive director of the Little Rock Technology Park
Business Services / Investments / Real Estate / Small Business

Brent Birch Offers Big Takes on Buoyant Tech

Brent Birch, chief of the Little Rock Technology Park, says the ability for entrepreneurs to share experiences is paramount. read more >
Regus offers this coworking space, as well as virtual offices and other flexible workspaces, on the 17th floor of the Regions Center in downtown Little Rock .
Business Services / Insurance / Media & Marketing / Real Estate / Small Business

Flexible Workspaces Meet Business Needs

Flexible workspaces are attracting businesses of all sizes because they offer affordable short-term leases, collaboration, networking and a professional aesthetic along with a turnkey setup, according to providers in Arkansas. read more >

Arkansas Business, Greenhead Honored with National AABP Awards

Arkansas Business and Greenhead magazine received awards for editorial excellence in 2018 at the Alliance of Area Business Publishers conference held in Atlanta last week. read more >
The future location of KATV-TV, Channel 7, at 10 Turtle Creek Lane in Little Rock.
Media & Marketing

KATV Plans Move from Downtown to Riverdale

KATV-TV, Channel 7, plans to move its offices, newsroom and studios out of downtown Little Rock to the Riverdale area along the Arkansas River early next year. read more >
Business Services / Construction / Government & Politics / Small Business

Tech Park Shows Off Phase II; Budget Expected in February

WER Architects/Planners unveils architectural renderings for the second phase of the $100 million, six-phase Little Rock Technology Park, which is designed to attract and retain startups and established tech companies. read more >