Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
CLOSING International Bakery, 174 Hamilton Road (effective February 26, 2022).
OPENED Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurant Mezza, 244 Dundas Street.
ANNOUNCED By Western Fair District, 2022 National Poultry Show Industry Open House, June 22 and 23, 2022.
APPOINTED Scott Mathers, deputy city manager, City of London.
REBRANDED Jesse’s Journey, to Defeat Duchenne Canada.
NAMED To the Best Workplaces for Hybrid Work Canada 2022 list: Northern Commerce and HRDownloads.
ANNOUNCED By Reptilia, intent to open 25,000-square-foot reptile zoo in Westmount Shopping Centre, 785 Wonderland Road South (April 2022).
OPENED Nominations for the London Chamber of Commerce 2022 Business Achievement Awards (submission deadline May 6, 2022).
ANNOUNCED By 100 Kellogg Lane, annual Spring Market, starting March 24 and running for three consecutive weekends.
APPOINTED Mary Jansenberger, business ambassador, My Main Street.
AWARDED Madison Wilson-Walker, 2022 LondonOntarioSports.com Jeffrey Reed Courage Award.
LAUNCHED By Western University, new four-year Creative Arts and Production (CAP) program.
February 15: Entrepreneur 1.0 Innovation Academy
February 16: SW Ont EMC Consortium Virtual Session: Supply Chains
February 16: Cyber Security and IT Needs Webinar
February 17: Pathways to Hiring Immigrants Webinar
February 17: Winter LD6 – Managing Change
February 17: Marketing and Branding Your Food Product
February 17: The Big Quit: Live In-Person with Sarah Stockdale