NW Business people

Posted: February 25, 2018 at 1 a.m.

Chung Tan of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce received certification as an economic development finance professional from the National Development Council. Tan is the chamber's chief economic development officer and works with the city of Fayetteville in economic development efforts. She is also a certified economic development professional.

wBrendan Quirk joined Runway Group as cycling program director. Quirk was co-founder and chief executive officer of Competitive Cyclist, a Little Rock-based startup that eventually grew to become North America's largest eCommerce cycling company. It was acquired by outdoor eCommerce retailer Backcountry.com in 2011, where he served as executive vice president of customer experience. Most recently he served as North America president for Rapha Racin, LLC, a London-based brand of cycling apparel and accessories.

wDr. Matei Andreoiu joined Sparks Clinic. He will practice alongside his wife, Dr. Carey Andreoiu, at Sparks Clinic Urogynecology and Urology in a new office at 520 Towson Avenue, Suite B, Fort Smith. He has been practicing medicine in Fort Smith since 2013. He earned his degree at the University of Western Ontario School of Medicine and received advanced fellowship training at Indiana University and Cleveland Clinic in Florida.

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