Nearly 800 techies and business professionals converged in Rogers on Tuesday (Nov. 10) to learn more about how technology is reshaping the future of everything from fashion to automobiles. “We are living in the age of Gutenberg,” said Jon Stine, global director of sales and strategy for Intel, and one of the presenters at the NWA Technology Conference held by the Bentonville-Bella Vista Chamber
November 10, 2015 has been set for the NWA Technology Summit at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers. The Summit will identify ways that you can use technology to save your organization time and money and deliver ways that you can effectively collaborate on innovative solutions to common business challenges and how technology is powering change. This conference will spend time discussing the
Leadership Benton County was developed to serve as the training ground for our future leaders. The keys to our future are knowledgeable and skilled leaders, willing to step to the forefront, who have an awareness and understanding of all facets of our community, including government, business, education, recreation, utilities, infrastructure, housing, health care, social services and
The Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce and the much anticipated Bentonville Film Festival (BFF) will partner to honor the winner of Woman Owned Business of the Year, a new category during Small Business Week. The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media and ARC Entertainment (hosts of BFF, along with Walmart, Coca-Cola and AMC) will join the Small Business Week activities to profile area
Connecting Professionals is presented by the Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce and seeks to promote collaboration and networking in the Northwest Arkansas area. Connect with new business colleagues and increase your contacts. Each week a chamber professional will be in attendance to facilitate. Every Thursday from 8 - 9 a.m.