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Ti King

Born in Arkansas and raised between a small town in Central Arkansas and Tyler, Texas, Ti developed a strong interest in art and design. Ti graduated from Arkansas Governor's School at Hendrix College in 2003 in the subject of music, playing tenor saxophone in the orchestra. This exposure to new cultures and vibrant diversity influenced his move to Conway. Unresolved issues from Ti's childhood led to poor decision-making and dropping out of UCA. In 2007, he was arrested and served 12 years in prison. In that time, Ti worked on his character and absorbed books on every subject he could find to increase his world perspective. Ti spent most of his time behind bars certifying inmates in Microsoft Office and leading the prison band. When Ti was accepted into an entrepreneurship program, he began developing what would become a successful marketing company with a focus on integrity, human relationships, and social impact. Since his release in 2018, Ti has been a public figure in North Little Rock, speaking on the need for reentry programs, operating as CEO of American Business Engine, and hosting the largest networking events in Central Arkansas.

In 2022, Ti founded ARKAST, the first
podcast convention in Arkansas while growing
American Business Engine, a full-service marketing
agency that builds websites, manages social media, and
designs printed marketing materials.CEO and Founder Ti King is a community-focused professional who wears many hats (physically and metaphorically). Along with being a marketing master, he also currently holds positions as:

  • Chairman of the North Little Rock Leads Group

  • Boardmember of the North Little Rock Young Professionals

  • High-ranking member of the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce Vanguard

  • 2022 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Finest Gala Honoree

  • Public speaker on the subject of business networking (Arkansas Arts Council, Arkansas Scholars Program)

  • Public speaker and advocate of reentry programs for parolees (Arkansas Community Corrections)

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  • LinkedIn
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