Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
NAMED Sarah Smith (Western University professor, Faculty of Information and Media Studies) Canada Research Chair in Art, Culture and Global Relations (Tier 2).
APPOINTED Stefanie Coleman, chief sustainability office, Doug Tarry Limited (Doug Tarry Homes).
OPENED Mission Thrift Store, 784 Wharncliffe Road South.
ACQUIRED Hive Media Group, by OpenWeb.
PROMOTED Mark Hepburn, to account manager, PSD Citywide Inc.
ANNOUNED By Libro Credit Union, move of its London downtown branch from 167 Central Avenue to 578 Richmond Street (mid-2022).
APPOINTED Elise Nagel, business development manager, London Chamber of Commerce.
APPOINTED Joe Recchia, production manager, Port Stanley Festival Theatre.
NAMED John A. Nicholson, partner, Cohen Highley Lawyers.
APPOINTED Larry Chevalier, chief financial officer, and Mark Baldwin, chief executive officer, FreePoint Technologies Inc.
APPOINTED Randy Pawlowski, 2022 president, London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR).
NAMED Aspire Food Group, one of the year’s top ten projects by the International Research Center in Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI).
January 25: 2022 State of the City Virtual Address
January 25: TechAlliance: Metrics that Matter
January 25: Starting a Small Business Seminar
January 25: Entrepreneur 1.0 Innovation Academy
January 26: TechAlliance: Metrics that Matter
January 26: Branding Your Business Better Webinar
January 27: Winter LD3 – Coaching for Results
January 27: Market Testing Your Food Product