Cranford Co. announced that is relocating its office space in downtown Little Rock. In a press release earlier this week, the company said it will occupy the corner space of the Arkansas Building at Sixth and Main.
“We are thrilled to make this next step in our agency’s growth,” said Ross Cranford, who founded the agency along with his brothers Jay and Chris in July 2014. “As longtime supporters of Downtown Little Rock and the Creative Corridor, it’s incredibly exciting to see all of the energy returning to this vital section of our city.”
The location puts Cranford Co. in the middle of the emerging technology and creative corridor and helps them as they service new technology startups such as Broadband Development Group’s HyperLeap Internet service. The new startup will “bring blazing fast gigabit bandwidth” to Main Street.
“This is the same super high-speed bandwidth you see from Google Fiber in places like Kansas City and Austin,” said Lou McAlister, founder of Broadband Development Group. “We’ve loved working with our fellow startup, Cranford Co., to develop the branding for this powerful new Internet technology making its debut in downtown Little Rock.”
Along with HyperLeap, Cranford Co. has serviced new neighbors such as The Rep and Arkansas Ballet.
In addition, the company announced the hiring of two new employees: Mark Renner and Amanda Seevers. Renner will serve as Director of Business Development while Seevers will be employed as a producer.