More Jobs Coming to Right to Work Arkansas

450 new jobs are making their way to the Right to Work state of Arkansas as a result of new business investments. So this is some exciting news! Businesses investing in Right to Work Arkansas’ economy include Apptegy and Lifeplus International. Read on in order to learn more!


Apptegy is expanding soon in Right to Work Little Rock, Arkansas. This will create 300 new jobs for people in the area.

“Our Arkansas community provided a strong foothold for us when we first set out to build this company. […] That community – particularly the Arkansas Economic Development Commission and the Little Rock Regional Chamber, continues to support Apptegy’s growth efforts and we’re proud to be headquartered here.” […]

“Jeston George saw a need and then he worked to find a solution. […] This is why entrepreneurship and technology education are so vital to our economy and why we need to support our growing startups. Whether a company is just starting out or entering a new phase of growth, Arkansas has the workforce and business climate companies need to succeed. We need visionaries like Jeston to support our future entrepreneurs and their great ideas.”


Lifeplus International:

Lifeplus International is investing $24 million in order to add new locations in Right to Work Batesville, Arkansas. This will also mean 150 new jobs!

“Lifeplus is looking forward to this next chapter in the growth and expansion of our company. […] We’re excited about the good paying jobs this expansion will create here in our community and about the increased production capability and resulting market share that it will give us both here in the U.S. and worldwide.”

“A diverse economy is a healthy economy. […] Lifeplus has found a unique niche in the nutritional supplement industry which has brought more jobs and investment to Independence County. We want to do everything we can to help our local companies reach their full potential, and we are excited to see what’s in store for Lifeplus in the coming years as they undergo the first phase of their expansion plans.”


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