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Southfield’s Farbman Group, a full-service commercial real estate firm, promoted Ron Goldstone to executive vice president from senior vice president.
Sustainable Brands and the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute hosted a networking reception on Monday, Feb. 4 at Detroit’s Shinola Hotel. Sustainable Brands, an organization dedicated to the creation of a sustainable, more environmentally friendly economy, will host a conference in early June in Detroit and was launched in 2006. // Photographs by Christine M.J. Hathaway
123Net, a large data center services provider based in Southfield, today announced it has partnered with Telia Carrier, a Stockholm-based telecommunications company and owner and operator of a large high-speed fiber network, to provide service to the Michigan market. Telia Carrier’s U.S. headquarters are in Washington, D.C.
Port Huron’s Wirtz Manufacturing, a lead-acid battery design and technology company, has invested in ZAF Energy Systems Inc., a Missouri-based developer of next-generation battery technology. Terms of the investment were not disclosed.
Lansing’s Acuitas, a government relations and advocacy group, and River Strategies, a full-service marketing and public relations firm with offices in Detroit and Chicago, Monday said they have launched a partnership.
The Community House in Birmingham, a nonprofit that offers classes, camps, and social and charitable events, has named three new members to its board of directors.
The Bates Street Society hosted its annual dinner on Saturday, Feb. 2 at The Community House in Birmingham. The event featured a seated three-course dinner, wine, cocktails, live entertainment, and recognition of members. The society was created in 2015 to recognize donors who give $25,000 or more to The Community House. // Photographs by Christine M.J. Hathaway and Jason Brown
The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported that Macomb County is the top county in the nation for the creation of new manufacturing jobs.
The Michigan Mobility Institute today announced the first members of its advisory board. The institute’s goal is to design training for the new jobs that will be created in the mobility industry in the metro Detroit region.
Rochester’s OneStream Software, a provider of cloud or on-premise corporate performance management (CPM) solutions for medium to large enterprises, Thursday announced it will receive an investment from New York’s KKR, funded through KKR’s private equity and growth equity funds. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.