Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
Photo: Medallion Corp.’s proposed tower at Dundas and Hewitt streets
Appointments & Announcements:
OPENED Package-free and plant-based grocery store Reimagine Co, 206 Piccadilly Street.
POSTPONED 2021 State of the City Address featuring Mayor Ed Holder, originally scheduled for January 26, to be rescheduled to a future date.
PROPOSED By Medallion Corp., 24-storey apartment tower (with six storeys of commercial development) at Dundas and Hewitt streets.
RECEIVED By Motif Labs, amended Health Canada license to manufacture and supply finished Cannabis 2.0 products directly to Canada’s provinces and territories.
RESIGNED London Health Sciences Centre board chair, Amy Walby.
LAUNCHED By Downtown London, the Online Marketplace ecommerce shopping site for core-area businesses.
APPOINTED Dr. Jackie Schleifer Taylor, London Health Sciences Centre interim president and CEO.
LAUNCHED By Carfax Canada, the Carfax Canada Car Care automotive maintenance and service app.
LAUNCHED The EmployerOne annual workforce survey for employers in Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford counties and the cities of London and St. Thomas.
January 15: Executive Director Support Network Webinar
January 18: TechAlliance Office Hours with KPMG
January 19: Surviving Winter in the Grey Zone
January 19: Starting a Small Business Webinar
January 19: Entrpreneur 1.0 Innovation Academy
January 19: Insider Insights – Successful Grant Writing
January 21: Fireside Chat – Accessing an Advisory Dream Deam
January 21: Business Planning Guide Webinar