The Conductor, a public-private partnership with the University of Central Arkansas, announced plans to host a National Collegiate Venture Competition that will award student entrepreneurs a total of $15,000 in cash prizes.
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The Conductor today announced a partnership with Metova, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission and Startup Junkie to launch the 10x Cyber Accelerator, a 20-week accelerator designed to scale Arkansas’ high-growth tech and tech-enabled ventures. The accelerator will provide targeted support to growth-oriented ventures with a specific focus on offering recommendations for scalable software and world-class cybersecurity technolo
FAYETTEVILLE STARTUP WEEKEND, PREMIER ENTREPRENEUR EVENT Immersive Three-Day Experience Offers Entrepreneurs Opportunity to Launch New Ventures FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: Entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs will gather in Fayetteville, March 9-11 for Techstars Startup Weekend. The event will be held at the Brewer Family Entrepreneurship Hub (123 West Mountain Street Fayetteville, AR 72701). Techstars Startup Weekends are designed […]
Is there really a significant difference between Price and Value? Do many people know the difference? Is it fair to say you can get a good price without value, or do you compensate one for the other? Why do some people believe that price and value are the same thing?
Earlier this year, Conway Scene sat down with Erin Conner of Share the Love Kids Club to learn more about the popular hangout for kids in downtown Conway. Conner, with her husband, Craig, started the kids club in November of 2015. The location is adjacent to Zeteo Coffee across from the Chamber of Commerce.
The Conductor, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and BioVentures today announced plans to host the Health Sciences Entrepreneurship Boot Camp.
The Arkansas Coding Academy held Demo Day for graduates of Cohorts 6 and 7 on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at UCA Downtown in Conway. Cohort 5 was a part-time class and finished at the same time as Cohort 6, according to Mary Condit, Director of the coding academy.
The first The C. D. Wright Women Writers Conference was a big hit. The conference took place from November 3-4 on the campus of UCA.
In recognition of National Apprenticeship Week, the Arkansas Coding Academy at the University of Central Arkansas will host its first Employer Informational meeting and open house Thursday, Nov. 16 from 5-7 p.m. at UCA Downtown located at1105 West Oak Street in downtown, Conway.
Conductor Announces Global Entrepreneurship Week Lineup, Receives International Recognition from the Global Entrepreneurship Network. Lineup includes more than 16 events and 22 partners assembled to spur new businesses, strengthen existing businesses and inspire makers of all ages