Sunday October 10 – Twin Cities


To resolve, Minneapolis, announced the promotion of Ryan murray to the president of the independent advertising agency, with the current president and founder Corey johnson become CEO and CEO and founder Jean Colasanti go to the president.


Maximum allergies of Max Communication Marketing, St. Paul, announced that he received a national award Graphic design United States American Web Design Award, for redesigning a new client’s website.


Accounting firm based in Edina Abdo, Eick and Meyers announced the following promotions: to senior manager: Erin Enstad, Thomas Kueber, Justin Nilson, Jake Ouradnik, Bonnie Schwieger; to the manager: Katie Ganfield, Megan Schwanz, Tyler See; administrative supervisors: Tomi McDonald, Christi Spencer; Marketing and Design Specialist: Elly Ohnstad; to the main partner: Jeff Hines, Landon Holmquist, Jason Krogfus, Nick Lawson, Sara Maslakow, Erik Wagner and Joe wallis. … Based in Saint-Paul Securian Financial and its subsidiary, Securian asset management, announced that they had signed on The United Nations-supported responsible investment principles, committing to include environmental, social and governance factors in their investment decision making and ownership. … Rally Ventures, a Minneapolis-based venture capital firm focused on early stage commercial technology, announced that Jessi howard joined the firm as director of human resources. … Think Bank, Rochester, Minn., Announced that Steve epp was appointed Vice President of Insurance.


Hawkins, a Roseville-based specialty chemicals and ingredients company, announced it was among the Fortune List of the best workplaces for manufacturing and production. … TopLine Federal Credit Union, Maple Grove, has announced that she has been appointed Twin Cities Affairs Finalist of the Best of Business Reader’s Choice 2021 survey in three categories: Credit Union, Mortgage Lender and Small Business Lender. … Donaldson Co. Inc., a global manufacturer of industrial filtration products and services based in Bloomington, has announced that it has been named the Yellow Ribbon Company by the Minnesota Department of Military Affairs‘Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Program, for corporate support to military members, veterans and military families.


Dorsey & Whitney, Minneapolis, announced that for the fourth consecutive year, it achieved Mansfield Plus Rule Certification, indicating that in addition to meeting or exceeding basic requirements, the firm has managed to achieve at least 30% representation from diverse lawyers in a notable number of leadership roles.


Evolve Solutions Additives, a Minnetonka-based provider of innovative process technologies and services for manufacturers, has announced the appointment of Hugh evans and Joe allison of 3d business group to its board of directors.


Makana Therapeutics, a newly acquired subsidiary of the Eagan company Recombinetic, announced to have received an amount of $ 650,000 ReinX Artificial Kidney Prize for their work to increase organ supply from kidney donors through pig xenografts to humans, or the process of organ or tissue transplantation between members of different species in the ‘man. … Predictive oncology, an Eagan-based developer of artificial intelligence applications for personalized medicine and drug discovery, announced that Raymond F. Vennare was elected to the board of directors; Vennare is an entrepreneur in the medical industry who has been appointed CEO and Chairman of Cvergenx inc. in 2015.


WomenAdventure, a Minneapolis-based support organization for women small business entrepreneurs, announced that LeeAnn Rasachak was appointed general manager.


PatchMaster, a New Jersey-based residential drywall repair services franchisor, announced that Aaron Sandvig became a franchise owner for central Minnesota, based in Minnetonka. Sandvig is a The American army veteran and private lawyer. Sandvig’s franchise territory stretches from Minnetonka to Alexandria, including the northwestern metropolitan area of ​​Minneapolis and St. Cloud. … Dakota Supply Group, a distributor of HVAC supplies and services to businesses, has announced plans to open a new branch at 250 River Ridge Circle North in Burnsville. It is the company’s 13th location in Minnesota.

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