46 Solutions Welcomes New Team Members
46 Solutions, a technology company specializing in corporate managed IT services and cybersecurity, and residential audio/video integration, has named Crystal Newton marketing manager and Eric Del Valle business development manager.
Baptist Health Coming to the Neighborhood
Baptist Health Lexington is bringing a new medical campus, 600-700 new jobs, a $1 billion construction project, and land for a new fire/emergency medical station to Lexington off of Winchester Road and Polo Club.
Expired Drivers License
Cardholders whose operator’s license, permit or identification card was lost or expired between March 1 and June 30, 2020, may apply with their local circuit court clerk to receive a new card in the mail. The order allows the remote application process to remain through July 31, 2020.
Apply now for the Salute to Small Business Award
Online applications for Commerce Lexington’s 2020 Salute to Small Business Awards are available now. Award categories include: Business Success, Entrepreneur, Minority Business, and Nonprofit Community Impact. Application deadline is August 3.
Eligibility guidelines to apply are:
- Businesses must be active members of Commerce Lexington Inc.
- Businesses must have completed three or more full years of opera-tion in the local market with fewer than 150 employees.
- Small businesses can apply for ONE award category.
- Past Category Award and overall Small Business of the Year award recipients are not eligible to reapply for 5 years from the date of their award presentation.
Two New Vice Presidents
United Way of the Bluegrass have appointed two new Vice Presidents to their Executive Management Team. Sean Ross is the new VP of Resource Development and Jonathan Kohn was promoted to VP of Community Impact.
Commerce Lex Virtual Series
Commerce Lexington virtual @330 Series event on Tuesday, July 14 at 3:30 pm focuses on “Marketing in Times of Crisis & Limited Budget.” For many businesses, a time of crisis means refocusing and finding innovative ways to both become more eff icient and better serve clients and customers. However, in their quest to reduce costs and maintain their bottom line, companies often freeze or cut their marketing budgets to the bare minimum. Uncertain economic times shouldn’t mean that all marketing has to stop. Josh Rubin, owner and CEO of Post Modern Marketing is the presenting speaker.
This article also appears on page 6 of the Summer 2020 print edition of Hamburg Journal.
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