UA Little Rock ASBTDC staff honored for helping Arkansas’s small business owners

Award Winners (from left): Innovation Consultant Rebecca Todd, Associate State Director Michael Singleton, Business Consultant Martial Trigeaud, Business Consultant Nicolas Mayerhoeffer, and Interim Program Manager (and former consultant) Whitney Horton.

Staff members at the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTDC) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock were honored for their efforts to help small businesses in the state succeed.

State Director Laura Fine recognized top performers from the state’s seven ASBTDC offices during a statewide meeting Oct. 15. 

Michael Singleton, associate state director, was named Most Valuable Player, while four other staff members from the UA Little Rock center office earned spots in the millions club for bringing in more than $20 million for their clients. 

The millions club level represents the amount of loans and other capital investment that staff members helped clients attain in 2018. 

The staff members recognized include Martial Trigeaud, business consultant, $10 million; Whitney Horton, interim program manager, $5 million; Rebecca Todd, innovation consultant, $3 million; and Nicolas Mayerhoeffer, business consultant, $2 million. 

In the upper right photo, the UA Little Rock ASBTDC award winners include (from left): Innovation Consultant Rebecca Todd, Associate State Director Michael Singleton, Business Consultant Martial Trigeaud, Business Consultant Nicolas Mayerhoeffer, and Interim Program Manager Whitney Horton.

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