Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce
The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce / Associated Industries of Arkansas is the leading voice for business at the State Capitol and serves as the primary business advocate on all issues affecting Arkansas employers Our mission is to promote a pro-business, free-enterprise agenda and prevent anti-business legislation, regulations and rules.
We work on issues that affect you and your employees around the clock. In Washington, D.C. and right here at home, the State Chamber is your advocate on issues such as the Employee Free Choice Act, health care, regulatory issues and workers’ compensation. Supporting the State Chamber is an investment in Arkansas’s future. By working with the State Chamber, businesses unite and achieve goals that simply would not be possible if each were working alone.
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Leadership Arkansas Class XV will hold their Regional Development Session April 21-23 in Northwest Arkansas. From healthcare to poultry production, and transportation to retail sales, Northwest Arkansas continues to be one of the fastest-growing and most progressive areas of the U.S. Class members will examine the impact a relative handful of entrepreneurial pioneers have had…
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson has added former Pea Ridge School District Superintendent Rick Neal to serve on his staff as director of Workforce, Education, and Data Transformation. Mr. Neal will coordinate the Arkansas Ready for Life initiative, a program to connect employees and employers. Neal previously worked for the State Chamber/AIA as Education…
by I.C. Murrell | February 28, 2021, Pine Bluff Commercial For Little Rock construction executive Jill Floyd, learning about the different industry sectors that network in Arkansas is crucial to gaining perspective on how the state operates. Leadership Arkansas gives the director of community outreach for CDI Contractors the opportunity to glean that knowledge. Floyd…
From healthcare to poultry production, and transportation to retail sales, Northwest Arkansas continues to be one of the fastest-growing and most progressive areas of the United States. Class members will examine the impact a relative handful of entrepreneurial pioneers have had not just within our state but nationally. They will also see how those who have followed have pooled the collective resources to continue their legacy.
Classmates will pull on their proverbial gowns and parade through the streets. But before they do, this now cohesive unit will examine the miles they’ve traveled and make plans for the future. Joined by eleven years of alumni, the class will take their places in a long line of graduates and become a part of this accomplished group. Highlighting the series of events will be some of Arkansas’s most accomplished leaders.