Since 1971, Acadian Companies has provided South Louisiana with medical transport services while staying engaged with the needs of its community and employees. Acadian Companies has placed itself as a top company with a national and global reach and proudly rooted in South Louisiana. This
South Louisiana is a place where businesses can develop, workforces thrive, and citizens enjoy the joi de vivre of Cajun culture. Businesses seeking new opportunities to lay roots will find that South Louisiana is an ideal place to dig in. Its recent national ranking of
Investing is an essential part of any successful business model. Restaurants invest in quality meat and produce to create the best dining experience for their customers. Factories invest in upgrading machinery for higher production. Farmers invest in the best seed for the highest possible yield.
*Facilities to include headquarters and two personal protective equipment manufacturing plants, resulting in over 2,200 new direct, indirect jobs.* BROUSSARD, La. — Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards joined Ochsner Health President and CEO Warner Thomas, SafeSource Direct CEO Justin Hollingsworth and other officials to announce the
2020 was a whirlwind of a year for businesses, entrepreneurs, communities, and everyone in between. From companies that reinvented themselves to small businesses that survived, pivoted, and thrived, we are proud of the strength of our South Louisiana community and grateful for the network of
Shining A Spotlight on Strong Women In South Louisiana Powerful stories from women who are driving change in South Louisiana In celebration of Women’s History month, we’re spotlighting female leaders who embody the spirit of South Louisiana. This interview series shines a spotlight on the
Discover how the South Louisiana laundry-delivery startup found its way into the healthcare sector in the middle of a pandemic “There’s no point looking back,” said Laurel Hess, founder and CEO of hampr. “Sure, we could’ve grown a lot faster and it wouldn’t have been
Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards and Amazon announced the company will open its first Louisiana fulfillment center in the Lafayette Parish city of Carencro. The company will make a $100 million capital investment and create 500 direct jobs with an annual payroll of more than