The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG) is a privately held group of for-profit and non-profit corporations dedicated to improving the lives of Arkansans. ACCG and its affiliate companies empower entrepreneurs by providing capital to businesses through its capital availability programs and advocating for entrepreneurs through capital, educational and technological improvements.
ACCG serves as the platform from which new opportunities are launched and today includes eight affiliates including Arkansas Capital Corporation (ACC), Six Bridges Capital Corporation (6BCC), Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation (ACRC), Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF), Diamond State Ventures (DSV), Heartland Renaissance Fund (HRF), Connect Arkansas, and Pine State Capital (PSC). Learn more about Arkansas Capital Corporation Group.
Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Finalists and Semi-Finalists Announced The best business plans from college and university teams statewide were recently selected to compete in the next round of the state’s premier business plan competition.Teams will move onto oral presentations April 2-3.
Small Business Guide to Exporting Businesses can now sell and ship their products around the world much easier than in the past, but many business owners don’t think they have the ability to export their products. Just figuring out where to get started often seems like a monumental task. Here is an easy guide to get started exporting.
Arkansas Capital Corporation Is Pleased to Showcase the Work of Neal Harrington, Tammy Harrington, and David Mudrinich Arkansas Capital Corporation Group is opening our offices March 13 for 2nd Friday Art Night with works by Neal Harrington, Tammy Harrington, and David Mudrinich in a show titled “Inside the Valley“.
SBA Tool Helps with Market Research If you are a small business owner, you need to know how your business stacks up with the competition in order to succeed. The Small Business Administration has created and shared a a free tool called SizeUp that will help you manage and grow your business by benchmarking it against competitors and mapping your customers.
IRS Offers Arkansas Businesses Resources to Avoid Common Mistakes The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has provided educational material based around two topics that, according to their research and experience, commonly trip up new business owners. Those topics are recordkeeping and understanding gross business receipts.
2015 Youth Business Plan Competition Winners Announced Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF) announced the winners of the Youth Entrepreneur Showcase (Y.E.S) for Arkansas business plan competition for grades five through eight. The winners in each category were announced at Park Plaza Mall in Little Rock on January 16.