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September 23, 1994 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-23

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THE LATEST in desktop pub-
lishing hardware and software will
be demonstrated during free 20-
minute mini-seminars sponsored
by Meteor Photo & Imaging.
"The Really BIG Desktop Pub-
lishing Presentation Extrava-
ganza" will be held from 2-7 p.m.
Sept. 29 at Meteor Photo's offices
in Troy. Software demonstrations
include Adobe Illustrator 5.5,
Adobe Photoshop 3.0, Create-It
& Arrange-It, Macromedia Di-
rector 4.0, Pagemaker 5.0, Per-
suasion 3.0, QuarkXPress 3.3 and
Apple MacIntosh's new System
7.5.
For further information on the
mini-seminars, call Tina Reed at
Meteor Photo at (810) 597-1672.

High Back
Executive Chair
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LICENSED real estate agents
and brokers are invited to attend
an Oct. 3 continuing education
seminar sponsored by the
Builders Association of South-
eastern Michigan (BASM).
Attendance fulfills the annual
continuing education require-
ment for real estate license re-
newals.
Jack Waller of NCI Associates
will be the instructor at the 8 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. seminar which will
be held at BASM headquarters
in Farmington Hills. For regis-
tration information, call BASM
at (810) 737-4477.

HELAINE HAIVIELSTEIN,
founder and owner of Events by
Design in Grand Blanc, has pur-
chased the Party Papers business.
Party Papers, which originat-
ed in West Bloomfield and grew
into a national operation, designs
and manufactures contemporary
invitations and announcements
that are sold through more than
150 outlets and representatives.
Events by Design plans and co-
ordinates special events like fund-
raisers, annual meetings,
weddings and grand openings.
Ms. Hamelstein has lived in
THINKING of doing business in Grand Blanc since 1981. She is
Mexico? Deloitte & Touche LLP an active member of Temple Beth
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ence Oct. 3 at the Hyatt Regency
Dearborn titled, "Mexico -Your
Best Business Partner."
The 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. confer-
ence is co-sponsored by the Trade
Commission of Mexico and the
Detroit law firm of Dickinson,
Wright, Moon, Van Dusen &
Freeman.
High-level Mexican trade offi-
cials are expected to make pre-
sentations and there will be
breakout sessions conducted by
Deloitte & Touche and legal pro-
fessionals on customs and logis-
tics, licensing, joint ventures and
technology transfers and direct
investment.
To register for the conference,
call Peggy Pentecost of the De-
loitte & Touche marketing de-
partment at (313) 396-3483.

Source: Allen. Olen,der, Prudential Securities,
West Bloomfield.

of Women Business Owners, the
Women's Business Council of the
Flint Area Chamber of Commerce
and the Grand Blanc Chamber of
Commerce.

THREE VETERAN insurance
executives, each with more than
25 years of experience in repre-
senting insurance policy-holders,
have joined forces to form Globe
Midwest Risk Management
(GMRM) of Southfield.
GMRM, a consulting firm
which focuses on property, work-
ers' compensation and other ca-
sualty coverages, is affiliated with
Globe Midwest Corporation, one
of the largest and oldest public ad-
justing firms in the United States
which assists companies with
their claims after a property loss
occurs.
"We do not sell insurance nor
are we affiliated with any insur-
ance company, agent or vendor,"
said Kenneth Wollner, managing
principal of GMRM. "As inde-
pendent consultants, we help our
clients become better insurance
and risk managers at exactly the
time when improvement is most
needed."
Joining with Mr. Wollner in
GMRM are Robert Levin and
Allen Gross of Globe Midwest.

AUTHOR Neil Howe will share
his insights on the "New Gener-
ation Gap" and its implications
on business and marketing trends
with members and guests of the
Women's Economic Club (WEC)
at noon Sept. 28 at the Hyatt Re-
gency in Dearborn.
Mr. Howe says the gap exists
between "Baby Boomers," people
born between 1943-60, and "Baby
Busters," those born from 1961-
81. For more information about
the program, call the WEC at
(313) 963-5088.

PHASE I of the $2.5 million,
three-phase renovation of the
Radisson Plaza Hotel in the Pm-
dential Town Center in Southfield
is nearly complete. This phase in-
cludes all of the hotel's public
spaces and the parking structure
entrance.

ASSETS held in Michigan cred-
it unions rose to $14.019 billion
in 1993 from $13.206 billion in
1992 and membership jumped to
3,749,902 from 3,688,904, ac-
cording to the Michigan Credit
Union League's (MCUL) annual
Status Report on Michigan Cred-
it Unions. The MCUL's head-
quarters are in Southfield.

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