Siloam Springs, Arkansas is part of a collaborative community that wants to see everyone in the region succeed. Siloam Springs Economic Development currently partners with the following organizations to grow business and industry in Northwest Arkansas:

Main Street Siloam Springs is dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of historic downtown Siloam Springs. It is committed to the economic development of the Main Street area, the cooperation and leadership of the local downtown businesses, and the continued improvement of the historic character of the area. Main Street Siloam Springs is a key motivator in turning our historic downtown into a vibrant, walkable corridor accented with many innovative restaurants and original shops and boutiques.

Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce has a mission "To provide opportunities to achieve a higher quality of life for the businesses and citizens of Siloam Springs" and a vision to be “the recognized leader and critical partner dedicated to achieving economic vitality for its community.”

Northwest Arkansas Council collaborates with business and civic leaders, local chambers of commerce and other key stakeholders to develop and implement a three-year strategy for improving Northwest Arkansas. The Council is equipped to lead businesses from the research phase of a search to the completion of a company’s move to one of the most vibrant regions in the country.

Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission is the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for Benton and Washington counties, Arkansas and a portion of McDonald County, Missouri.

Northwest Arkansas Tourism Association (NATA) is one of 12 tourism regions created by the Arkansas Parks and Tourism Department, and represents, promotes and markets all of the attractions, sites, and tourism entities within the four-county region of Benton, Washington, Carroll and Madison counties, including the City of Siloam Springs.

University of Arkansas Center for Business & Economic Research provides applied economic and business research to federal, state, and local government, as well as to businesses currently operating or those that desire to operate in the state of Arkansas. The Center further works to improve the economic opportunities of all Arkansans by conducting policy research in the public interest.