Dispatch: July 22, 2022
Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
ANNOUNCED The Middlesex County Agricultural Hall of Fame 2022 inductees: Craig & Moira Connell, Syd & Jeanne Greenberg, Peter Johnson, Thomas (Cap) Robson and Donald G. Waters.
PROMOTED Romayne Smith Fullerton, to professor and faculty scholar, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Western University.
APPOINTED Scot MacMillan, vice president of operations, Nuts For Cheese.
APPOINTED Krista Larson, executive director, marketing & communications, Ivey Business School at Western University.
RANKED The City of London, 10th spot on the CBRE North America’s Next 25, a list of emerging and lesser-known North American tech centres and part of the firm’s Scoring Tech Talent 2022 report.
APPOINTED Rachel Berdan and Tanja Kueneman, interim co-presidents/CEOs, Pillar Nonprofit Netowrk.
ACQUIRED TLC Landscaping Design + Pools, by Schill Grounds Management of Cleveland, Ohio.
APPOINTED Justin Coombs, digital marketer, Western Fair Association.
SOLD Richies Family Restaurant, to Robert Nagy.
APPPOINTED Matt Bazely, director, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation, Huron University.
ANNOUNCED By Pillar Nonprofit Network, departure of president & CEO Mojdeh Cox, effective July 14, 2022.
ANNOUNCED By KGK Sciences Inc., research services agreement with Halucenex Life Sciences Inc. to conduct Phase II clinical trial to test the efficacy of psilocybin on treatment resistant post traumatic stress disorder.
APPOINTED Chris McKaskell, director of craft, Covenant Construction.
ANNOUNCED By real estate sales representative Phil Bailey, move to HouseSigma Brokerage Inc.
APPOINTED Jessica Foster, human resources consultant, The Top Shop.
July 26: Starting a Small Business Seminar
July 27: Government funding for Canada in 2022 – Second Half
July 27: HRP4B Summer Lunch and Learn Series
July 27: Leverage the Power of Email Marketing for Your Business