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ARK Challenge sets faster pace

This summer’s entrepreneur boot camp to feature 10 startups

Posted: March 24, 2013 at 2:05 a.m.

Ashley Miller (from left), general manager of Savoir-Fair, Sara Beck, co-founder and chief executive officer of Btiques, and Will Carter, co-founder and chief operations officer of Btiques, meet last week at Savoir-Fair in Fayetteville. Customers of Savoir-Fair will soon be able to use the Btiques application to buy merchandise from the store.

FAYETTEVILLE — Participants in the ARK Challenge business accelerator for tech start-ups should be ready for a faster pace in the second year of the competition.

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Customers of Savoir-Fair will soon be able to use the Btiques application to buy merchandise from the store after the app is ... (By: Samantha Baker) (Credit: NWA Media)

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Business, Pages 61 on 03/24/2013

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