Elyxor Inc. Expands Operations In North Little Rock, Arkansas
Mark Carleo, Managing Partner, said, “As Elyxor has grown as a firm, we have been seeking a location where we can build a strong relationship with the local business community and find great talent. We hired our first engineer in Little Rock in 2014, and we have been growing ever since.”
Rob Lentz, local Little Rock Partner and Chief Strategy Officer, said, “We feel Elyxor is offering our employees an opportunity to work with highly innovative clients while using cool and modern technologies. Our team supports clients locally in Central Arkansas and as far away as the European Union and South America. We chose Argenta to provide a fun place to work in the midst of our busy project schedule.”
“Argenta is living up to its reputation as a fun place to work,” said North Little Rock Mayor Joe A. Smith. “We strive to provide the quality of life that will attract the professional workforce that is critical to a thriving downtown. Elyxor is exactly the type of company North Little Rock hopes to attract: innovative, modern, cool, and growing. We are thankful this international company chose our downtown, and look forward to supporting their workforce and vision for many years to come.”
“Elyxor could have chosen any state for this expansion and decided Arkansas has a talented workforce to meet the needs of these high-tech positions,” said Governor Asa Hutchinson. “In addition to talent needed to support Elyxor’s rapid growth, Central Arkansas also provides access to entrepreneurial entities such as the Arkansas Venture Center and the Innovation Hub. We appreciate the company’s significant investment in the citizens of our great state.”
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