10 startups have been selected to participate in Plug and Play Northwest Arkansas’ fourth Supply Chain & Logistics Program. Through this program, startups can develop pilot programs and other initiatives with leading companies, including Fortune 500 companies based in Arkansas.
Plug and what? Plug and Play NWA
"combines Silicon Valley's established startup ecosystem with NWA's world-leading corporations to create the ultimate Supply Chain & Logistics innovation ecosystem."
The 10 companies picked to star in the latest program include: Aanika Biosciences, AVATOUR, Dapster, Elementary Robotics, Fillogic, Shipium, Slip Robotics, Tag N Trac, Tive, and Voxel. During the 12-week program, the selected startups will interact with Arkansas heavy-hitters such as Walmart, J.B. Hunt, Tyson Foods and Georgia Pacific.
: “Although 2020 was a challenging year, the Plug and Play Innovation Program was able to successfully adapt the way we engage with our startups and corporate partners,” said
Farzin Shadpour, Plug and Play Supply Chain managing director. “This has led to the acceleration of several supply chain innovation projects that keep products moving efficiently across the country.”
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