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Arkansas Business publisher to speak at Ozarks on April 4

March 24, 2016
By cnp
Posted in Community Events

Arkansas Business publisher Mitch Bettis will speak at University of the Ozarks on Monday, April 4, as part of the 2015-16 PBL/Enactus Distinguished Lecture Series.

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Mitch Bettis, president of the Arkansas Business Publishing Group, will visit campus on April 4 as part of the PBL/Enactus Distinguished Lecture Series.

The lecture will begin at 11 a.m. in Baldor Auditorium, located in the Boreham Business Building. There is no cost for admission and the public is invited.

Bettis, who is also president of the Arkansas Business Publishing Group, will speak about his company as well as current business trends in Arkansas. The event is sponsored by the university chapters of the student business organizations Phi Beta Lambda and Enactus.

Bettis has more than 30 years of experience in management, publishing and digital sales. He manages the daily operations of a company that offers a diverse suite of digital sales and marketing options and produces more than 30 weekly, monthly, semiannual and annual titles. He is also responsible for the content, sales and user experience at numerous websites, including ArkansasBusiness.com, LittleRockFamily.com and LittleRockSoiree.com.

ABPG produces some of the state’s more notable publications, including Arkansas Business, Little Rock Soirée, Executive Golfer, Little Rock Family, Northwest Arkansas Metro, Lease Guide, Arkansas Bride, Little Rock Guest Guide, ATA World, InnovateArkansas.com, NEXT: A Guide To Life After High School In Arkansas, Greenhead, Living In Arkansas and Capital Assets. ABPG also includes Flex360 -- a digital sales, marketing and web design company.

Founded in 1984, Arkansas Business covers business news in Arkansas in a weekly print magazine and on a daily website, ArkansasBusiness.com

Bettis earned an undergraduate degree in mass communication from Ouachita Baptist University before going on to earn a master’s degree and Ed.D. in communication and media studies from Oklahoma State University.

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