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UPDATE: 50 jobs coming to Conway

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CONWAY (KATV) - Fifty jobs are coming to Central Arkansas.

Internet marketing and technology company Inuvo announced Thursday they would move their corporate headquarters from New York City to Conway and they anticipate creating 50 highly skilled jobs within the state over the next four years.

Senior leaders within the company have committed personally to the move. The Arkansas Economic Development Commission is helping the company apply for a grant to help fund relocation expenses.

The company's revenue last year hit $53.3 million - up 49 percent from 2011.

"Inuvo is committed to building a successful and profitable Internet business," said Richard Howe, Inuvo chairman and chief executive officer. "Through this move, we both improve our operating performance and partner with a state committed to creating opportunities for knowledge-based businesses."

Inuvo's headquarters will be located in downtown Conway at 1111 Main Street.

"Conway continues to build an attractive climate of success for knowledge-based industries," said Governor Mike Beebe. "Between the three universities and numerous existing technology companies, Inuvo's leaders knew they would find a hard-working, educated workforce ready to fuel the company's continued growth."

Click here to learn more about the company. Click here if you're interested in applying for a job.

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