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Conductor Kicks Off 7th Cohort of 10X Growth Accelerator Program

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Conductor announces its newest cohort members of the 14-week 10X Program

(CONWAY, ARK) – The Conductor, funded in partnership with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, kicked off the seventh cohort of the 10X Growth Accelerator, a 14-week program that offers intensive support and resources to help entrepreneurs chart a clearly defined path to substantial growth.

Congressman French Hill served as the keynote speaker for the Kick-Off celebration on August 8th, inspiring the participants to get the most out of the 14-week program and promising to check back in at the Launch, or graduation, ceremony in November. The 10X Growth Accelerator Kick-Off was hosted at the Arnold Innovation Center, powered by Conway Corporation.

“The legacy of over 80 Arkansas-based companies who have completed the 10x Growth Accelerator continues with another great cohort. It is always exciting to see these Arkansas companies grow, add new employees, new clients, and new revenue sources,” said Jeff Standridge, Conductor Managing Director.

7th Cohort of 10X Growth Accelerator Program
7th Cohort of 10X Growth Accelerator Program

The 13 innovative companies in the 7th cohort include:

  • MedTrio
  • Stratice
  • DyerMark
  • Emprise Digital
  • Silo Companies
  • Turbare
  • Hardwyre
  • LetsBuildMyApp
  • Performance Tax Group
  • Leap XL
  • Mindful Farmer
  • Hippie Hounds
  • Therapy4Kids

For over five years, 10X has been helping Arkansas companies achieve rapid growth and success. The program’s track record speaks for itself, with 100% of alumni companies reporting that 10X is an effective and valuable program for developing and implementing a business growth strategy and boasting alumni companies such as Teslar Software, Power Technology, Aptus Financial, Data Drive Partners, and Inspire International.

Glenn Crockett, Director of the 10X Growth Accelerator, noted, “This program is designed to really accelerate business growth and to create high wage jobs in Arkansas.”

For more information on the program, visit

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