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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. Read more.

Recent News

Youth Entrepreneur Showcase Announces Top 25 Finalists The Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF), an affiliate of the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group in Little Rock, announced the finalists of its 10th annual Youth Entrepreneur Showcase (Y.E.S.), a business plan competition for elementary, middle, and junior high school students in grades five through eight.

Last Chance to See the Works of Kathy Strause, Taimur Cleary and Christie YoungLast Chance to See the Works of Kathy Strause, Taimur Cleary and Christie Young Arkansas Capital Corporation Group is opening our offices December 12 for 2nd Friday Art Night with works by Kathy Strause, Taimur Cleary and Christie Young in a show titled “People, Places, and Things”.

 

242 Teams Compete in 2015 Y.E.S. for Arkansas Competition242 Teams Compete in 2015 Y.E.S. for Arkansas Competition It’s an exciting year for Y.E.S. for Arkansas, with 242 teams of fifth- through eighth-graders from across the state participating in the 2015 youth business plan competition. Students from 35 elementary and middle schools in 14 counties wrote original business plans to compete for prize money and an invitation to the Y.E.S. for Arkansas Expo Day.

E-Waste Mining Center Digs Up NMTCs A new electronic waste recycling center under construction in Osceola, Ark., has project partners calling it “the place where the Silicon Valley meets the Mississippi Delta.” National New Markets Fund contributed $15 million in NMTC allocation and Heartland Renaissance Fund provided an additional $15 million of its own allocation.

Live Laugh LoveSuccess Story: Live, Laugh, Love Learning Center Owning a business was a goal of Jeramie and Bray Felton of Hoxie, Arkansas. When a local child care center came up for sale, they knew it was time to make the leap. They recently worked with Arkansas Capital Corporation to secure a SBA guaranteed loan for the business purchase.

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