We used online company ratings to help us determine our own list of the top startup companies to work for in Little Rock, AR.
Little Rock, AR — the largest and most heavily populated city in Arkansas, home of Wildwood Park for the Arts and the historic Quapaw Quarter, Little Rock’s connections to the arts and to its own history have made the city something of a cultural center of the South.
Little Rock is also home to a burgeoning tech startup scene with clusters of companies popping up all over the city. The Little Rock Technology Park, originally created in 2007 and envisioned as a way to draw in more tech and startup-based companies to the area, only found its first tenant in late 2016. But though progress began slowly, the city is quickly becoming a Southern technology hub.
Today, Little Rock’s tech sector is growing larger and larger by the day. But with all the new tech companies cropping up everyday, it begs the question: which companies are the best for employees to work for?
We were curious — so, using company scores from websites that aggregate reviews like GlassDoor and Indeed as a baseline, we created our own list of some of the best companies to work for that were based within a 30-mile commute of Little Rock, AR.
The full list can be found further down, but first, here’s a quick look.
Does your company make the cut? Read on to the full list to find out.
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Company Description: Apptegy is a tech startup whose primary product is a platform called Thrillshare, which helps schools share content across a variety of platforms including Twitter, Facebook, official school websites, and mobile apps.
Employees of Apptegy love how apparent the company’s rapid growth is to workers, and the lack of an overwhelming bureaucracy helps them get work done quickly and efficiently.
Company Description: First Orion helps companies provide phone call transparency to the cold calling sales system, using data to make sure that companies are only reaching the consumers that want to hear from them.
Employees of the company like the company’s open and collaborative atmosphere as well as the strong sense of ownership that they feel over the work that they do.
Company Description: Labscoop works to help scientists purchase all of the different products that they require for research and experimentation in a one-stop online shop, significantly cutting down on the difficulty of procuring lab products and speeding up research.
Employees of Labscoop enjoy the inspiring and hardworking nature of their team as well as the feeling of fulfillment that they find in furthering the company’s overall mission.
Company Description: A little different than the other items on our list, Bark Bar is half dog park and half bar — you can buy wine or craft beer while getting to watch dogs run around all day, or even bring your own dog and let them join in on the fun.
The place is known for its passionate and intelligent staff, all of whom are all very knowledgeable about the dogs that walk through their doors and even remember most of these dog’s names on an individual basis.
Company Description: The Venture Center is a company built to help startups access capital and accelerate their growth in order to help give these fledgling companies all the tools they need in order to succeed.
The Venture Center conducts the FinTech Accelerator, a rigorous 12-week program designed to accelerate the growth of early-stage financial technology ventures. Each summer the 10 selected startups gain access to curriculum, mentorship and coaching from the Venture Center’s mentorship network of more than 80 industry experts, as well as senior executives at companies such as FIS, Acxiom, and several large regional and community banks.
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