Where Innovation Meets Opportunity

Inexpensive land, competitively priced utilities, and local and low cost of doing business combine to help ensure a quick return on your business investment. Additionally, our nationally recognized workforce training model ADTEC makes it easy to pinpoint your specific workforce needs, and our local community colleges and workforce development centers work diligently to implement your workforce training requirements at every step. Our price of doing business is our second greatest asset, next to our people. Plus, our low cost of living, quality of life, transportation options, and abundance of water makes the Crossroads Region a natural choice for your next project. Browse our available sites and buildings to see why East Arkansas is your destination for innovation and opportunity; then contact us to explore how East Arkansas can help you meet your needs and increase profitability.

Who We Are & What We Do

Crossroads Coalition is a state-approved, seven-county regional economic development partnership working to cultivate opportunities for growth and progress in eastern Arkansas. The Crossroads Coalition region includes Crittenden, Cross, Lee, Monroe, Phillips, St. Francis, and Woodruff counties.

Our Mission:

To promote broad-based development through education and workforce, community, leadership, and economic development.

Our Vision:

To be a catalyst for continuing improvement of prosperity, opportunity, and other quality of life considerations (such as employment, housing, education, health care and recreation) in the region.

Crossroads Coalition actively seeks opportunities to bring new businesses to the area in eastern Arkansas known as the Delta. We present prospective businesses with the best of both worlds from an economic standpoint, because we offer small-market advantages combined with large-area resources. Developers benefit from access to local decision-makers found here, as well as the lower costs of business and living. Additionally, employers are not limited to the workforce and education partnerships of their immediate area. Rather, they have access to the resources and financial incentives of our entire region.