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Recent Entrepreneurship Foundation News
Youth Entrepreneurship Showcase Announced Top 26 Teams Tuesday December 3 The Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF), an affiliate of the Arkansas Capital Corporation in Little Rock, has announced the finalists of its 9th-annual business plan competition for elementary, middle, and junior high school students in grades 5-8.
Sam Walls Welcomes Educators at the First “E3: Empowering Entrepreneurial Education” Teacher Inservice Training Sam Walls welcomes more than 70 Arkansas k-12 educators at the first “e3: Empowering Entrepreneurial Education” teacher inservice training at the University of Arkansas Global Campus in Rogers.
Arkansas Capital Names Marie Bruno Executive Director of Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG) is pleased to name Marie Bruno as executive director of the Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation (AEAF), an affiliate of ACCG.