Digital Publishing Group to expand, hire in Howard...

Business Digest

March 13, 2000

Digital Publishing Group to expand, hire in Howard

Massachusetts-based Digital Scanning Inc. has announced plans to designate its new division, Digital Publishing Group, as the mid-Atlantic sales and marketing office.

Rod Brewer will oversee the division, which is now operated from his home office in Ellicott City. The Digital Publishing Group plans to find office space in Howard County and hire support staff.

The company scans historical out-of-print-books and documents and converts them into "eBooks" according to topic, such as Abraham Lincoln, Civil War narratives, Union generals.

Digital Publishing Group will seek education and library markets.

Custom Telemarketing builds sales arm around Web site

Columbia-based Custom Telemarketing Services Inc. (CTS) has formed a new company, telemarketingdotcom inc. to handle increased sales, referrals and inquiries to the Web site.

Functioning as an advertising and referral site, the portal will service telemarketing, call-center and teleservice industries. It will also match vendors of telemarketing services with potential clients. The pilot program began in January.

Rich Madzel, CTS vice president, has been appointed president of telemarketingdotcom inc. Malynda Madzel, president of CTS, has been named vice president. Both will retain their positions at CTS.

Women's fitness center expanding in Columbia

Synergy -- The Future of Fitness for Women, 8815 Columbia 100 Parkway, is expanding its fitness facility.

The expansion, to be completed this month, will add a sauna, weight-training apparatus, free weights and a larger stretching area.

The facility offers personalized workouts, exercise classes and education about women's health issues.

HR Team wins contract with Chevy Chase firm

Columbia-based HR Team, a human resources consulting company, has signed a contract with Low + Associates, a marketing and communications firm in Chevy Chase.

The HR Team provides recruiting and employee relations services for small- to medium-sized businesses.

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