You will get the chance to ask questions directly to our panelists as they explain the ins and outs of business financing.
The public is invited to attend a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at Retro Society Hair Salon.
The “Innovex” lease specifies that the lines be installed at the site, though Arkadelphia City Manager Gary Brinkley noted that the cost of $1.2 million would benefit future development at the site, not just “Innovex.”
At a meet and greet held Thursday at the Fairfield Inn & Suites, Short doted on Clark County residents for their commitment to growth and success.
Those who attend should bring their business cards and enjoy coffee and donuts while learning more about Arkadelphia Counseling and Therapy.
Short brings over 15 years of economic development and chamber of commerce experience to Arkadelphia. Most recently she served over seven years as Vice President of Programs and Partnerships at the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and Executive Director of the Arkansas Economic Developers and Chamber Executives (AEDCE) organizations.
Eric Hughes, vice-chair of the EDCCC, questioned the number of jobs agreed upon. The original number the board was given was 170 jobs. “I’m seeing this [150 jobs] for the first time,” Hughes said. “Is this a typo?”