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Jim Karrh, founder of Karrh & Associates in Little Rock and regular contributor to Arkansas Business, headlines a list of featured speakers that includes Jay Kassing, president of Marquis Software Solutions; Donna Kimes of Farmers & Merchants Bank in Stuttgart Stuttgart, city, Germany
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Karrh's Friday presentation is titled "How to Be Your Bank's Chief Customer Officer." The conference, presented by the Arkansas Bank Marketing Association, will be held at Embassy Suites and is open to nonmembers. For more information, visit www.arkansasbma.com.