About the Show:
On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Successful Educator, Businessman, and Entrepreneur Mark Zweig of Mark Zweig Inc. At the age of twelve Mark started in business and has never looked back. He has shown a knack for making businesses run smoothly. Mark has taken several firms to the Inc 500/5000 list multiple times and has taught Entrepreneurship at the Sam Walton School of Business for more than a decade. Mark is the Chairman of Zweig Group a consulting firm that he originally founded back in 1988, sold in 2004, and then took back and restored to profitability in 2010. If that wasn’t enough Mark started Mark Zweig Inc., in 2005 where he designs, develops, and builds high-quality housing throughout Fayetteville. Mark came to Northwest Arkansas in the early 2000s and has never looked back. He commented on the lifelong relationships that he has established since moving here, and the fact that people here in NWA are just plain friendly and they know how to treat a person right.
Mark loves checking out new restaurants in the area but his favorite eating establishment is Theo’s down off Dickson St. In addition, he likes going to Bordinos and Bocca for good Italian food, and Sala Thai for, you guessed it, Thai Food in Fayetteville. Mark said that he likes the variety of things to do in NWA including checking out a Naturals Baseball game, visiting Eureka Springs or heading to Crystal Bridges.
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