In Business

In Business

June 17, 2006

Acquisitions

Advance Business Systems, a Cockeysville business-equipment company, bought Service Concepts Inc., a 21-year-old Frederick firm.

Awards

The Maryland unit of the Society for Health Care Strategy and Marketing Development presented Bonnie Heneson Communications, an Owings Mills-based advertising and public relations agency, with three Alfred Knight awards for ad campaigns for Howard County General Hospital.

Expansions

HealthCare Resolution Services Inc., a Laurel-based health information management company, opened a Southwest regional office in San Antonio.

New clients

Kinetics Marketing and Communications LLC signed Adams Express Co. and Petroleum & Resources Corp. as clients. The Bethesda-based agency is to increase company awareness and expand shareholder communications for the two Baltimore-based closed-end equity funds.

New contracts

Phoenix Health Systems Inc. announced that the Montgomery Village-based firm has signed a contract with North Kansas City Hospital to assist in the development of a system implementation work plan for a patient accounting information system.

Invoke Systems of Baltimore has been chosen by the Motley Fool to implement the Microsoft CRM3.0 application for the financial advisory services company.

Open

Guyette & Schmidt Inc., an antique decoy auction house, opened a retail gallery at 933 Talbot St. in St. Michaels.

Organizations

The Maryland Trial Lawyers Association installed Elizabeth Jesukiewicz Frey as its president.

Security Analysts Society of Baltimore elected Carol Boykin, managing director of Bolton Partners Investment Consulting Group Inc., as its new president.

Relocations

Planters Realty, an investment real estate brokerage firm, moved to new offices at 124 Slade Ave. in Pikesville.

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