So, you’re building an IT services business or a startup company up in Arkansas. How can you find potential funding, financing or mentoring services for your company? Perhaps these organizations can assist:
Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation: Also called the AEAF, the foundation launched in 1999 as a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. AEAF is dedicated to education-based initiatives that promote and foster the development of innovation and entrepreneurship within Arkansas.
Arkansas Women’s Business Center: The AWBC provides technical assistance, training, and access to capital services tailored to meet the needs of women business owners.
Innovate Arkansas: Innovate Arkansas works with new, technology-based entrepreneurs as they move new inventions and high-tech service concepts toward viable commercial enterprises.
What About the Other 49 States?
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