Category: Biz Briefs
This week in business, a new home decor store, Robin’s Nest Interiors; a Louisville based boutique and a pop-up shop for craft fairs, The Hanger; and a gift and accessories shop, Ladybug Gifts, opened to the public. The owners of Mo’ Better Marketing recently acquired New West advertising agency, and 35 Louisville area entrepreneurs and owners of start-up companies are learning how to get ideas off the ground and grow their businesses during a training course sponsored by Nucleus.
This week in business, Ladybug Gifts is once again in Prospect and will be celebrating their official Grand Opening Sept. 15, The Louisville Sports Commission and Sam Swope Fiat have partnered to create the Sam Swope Fiat Corporate Challenge as part of the Louisville Sports Commission Half Marathon, Thorntons Inc. is partnering with Norton Cancer Institute to provide mobile unit mammogram screenings and St. Francis School is proud to announce the establishment of its very own Learning Resource Center.
In business news, Stock Yards Financial Services is pleased to announce the addition of Investment Advisor Kimberly Jordan, rehabilitation manager Kathleen Koch was awarded the Excellence in Employee Culture from SunDance Rehabilitation, the Louisville Free Public Library is introducing a new series of college level programs and Gary Owen, owner of Allegra in Louisville, was recently honored by Allegra Network with the franchise system’s prestigious Sales Excellence Award.
This week in business, a second Zaxby’s restaurant location opened in Louisville, Bellewood Home for Children received a grant from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Urban Active was named one of Club Industry Magazine’s Top 10 US Health Clubs.
New Drivers License Branch Calling it “long overdue,” Jefferson County Circuit Court Clerk David L. Nicholson cut the ribbon at the new West Louisville Driver’s License branch July 12. The branch is located in the NIA Center, 2900 West Broadway. The new branch is part of a larger driver’s license service and safety initiative that [...]
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