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James Ibison with Ibison Masons prepares to cut a decorative stone for Gateway Park at the east entrance of downtown Fort Smith.
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Fort Smith Fights to Find Its ‘Best Version’Lock Icon

Fort Smith’s growth lags behind that of Little Rock and northwest Arkansas, but city leaders say there is cause for optimism. read more >
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Tourism

An Out-of-State Ad Firm for Arkansas Tourism? Unlikely, but Possible

Will the state of Arkansas award its biggest advertising contract to an out-of-state agency? Little Rock marketing pros think probably not, but the idea isn’t inconceivable. read more >
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Tourism

13 Firms Make Bids for Arkansas’ $14M Parks & Tourism Ad Business

Longtime state tourism marketer CJRW is one of 13 advertising firms from several states competing for the state's largest ad contract, the $14 million-a-year pact for promoting the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism. read more >
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Arkansas Employers Help With Retirement Advice, Tools

David George doesn’t apologize for using scare tactics when he gives seminars at part of the Investor Education Program for the Arkansas Securities Department. read more >
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Northwest Arkansas Transforming Into a Tech Hub

Northwest Arkansas isn’t California’s Silicon Valley and has a long way to go before it can be considered remotely comparable, but technology industry leaders say the area is proving to be on the short list of best places in the field. read more >
Media & Marketing

Rockfish Garners Recognition, Awards

OMMA magazine of New York City announced last week that it had named Rockfish of Rogers its 2013 agency of the year for design. read more >
Kenny Tomlin, Rockfish Interactive
Business Services / Media & Marketing

Kenny Tomlin Holds the Line at Rockfish Interactive

Kenny Tomlin, founder and CEO of the fast-growing digital innovation company, was a 36-year-old member of the Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 Class of 2009. At that time, northwest Arkansas-based Rockfish, based in Rogers, had just opened a second office in Dallas and had 50 employees. The company has since grown to 200 employees at seven locations and was sold to a major buyer. read more >
Acxiom's downtown Little Rock headquarters.
Media & Marketing / Public Companies

Acxiom Ranked High on National Advertising Lists

Acxiom Corp. has again ranked second on Advertising Age magazine’s April 29 list of marketing-services agencies of all disciplines. The list ranks companies by U.S. revenue in 2012 — $678 million in Acxiom’s case. read more >
Kenny Tomlin
Media & Marketing

‘Inc.’ Magazine Recognizes Rockfish Agency of Rogers

Inc., the national business magazine, this month recognized the rapid job creation of digital ad agency Rockfish Interactive in Rogers. read more >
Kenny Tomlin
Investments / Media & Marketing / Retail / Small Business

Rockfish Founder Kenny Tomlin Still Growing Companies

Rockfish Interactive founder and serial entrepreneur Kenny Tomlin doesn't live in Arkansas anymore, but he continues to build businesses there. read more >