Resource pages for "Little Rock"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Diagnostic pathological services company Arkana Laboratories will create 74 jobs within the next five years as it transforms its existing operations into a cutting-edge education, research, and healthcare facility.
GoTextbooks’ Little Rock expansion will create 200 new jobs, Bryce Corporation’s new manufacturing facility will create 142 positions in Searcy.
Global cybersecurity company Sequretek cites technology focus, business climate among factors for choosing Little Rock, AR for headquarters.
A steady stream of new and expanding business keeps Arkansas moving, backed by the Natural State's great quality of life.
W&W|AFCO Steel will add add 115 jobs at a new steel fabrication facility in the former LM Wind Power building at the Port of Little Rock.
The new 825,000-square-foot facility will create 1,000 new, full-time jobs at the Port of Little Rock, where Amazon also plans second delivery station.
The pharmaceutical retailer will create 24 new high-paying jobs at its new headquarters in Little Rock, AR.
The company’s expansion in Conway, AR will establish a global Center of Excellence to serve the Medicaid business.
April was a banner month for economic development in Arkansas, with a haul of more than $200 million in investment and more than 900 new jobs.
A strong, centrally located transportation infrastructure, a skilled workforce and a warm business climate make Arkansas an attractive venue.
The maker of Falcon jets will introduce 3D design at its Arkansas production facility, which will grow to 1.25 million square feet when the expansion is completed in 2016. From the May/June 2013 issue.
We deployed our growth detector to winnow the field for our annual showcase of leading locations. As usual, making the picks was harder than singing their praises, as all of the finalists were worthy. From the September/October 2012 issue