Here’s a quick rundown of business news in Montgomery County:
Minuteman Press Franchises Open in Bala Cynwyd and Glenside
Minuteman Press International has announced five grand openings in the Philadelphia region, including franchises in Bala Cynwyd and Glenside.
Bala Cynwyd owner Jude Arijaje came to the United States from Nigeria in 2000, and his first job in Philadelphia was as a parking lot attendant. Jude then worked as a real estate agent before franchising with Minuteman Press in 2008, when he opened his center in the heart of Philadelphia on South Broad Street. Jude added the Bala Cynwyd franchise to his portfolion in January. The Glenside franchise is owned by Charles and Lyn Church. Charles has a background in sales and marketing, while Lyn works with non-profit organizations.
Collegeville’s Superior Tube Awarded Nadcap Accreditation for Heat Training
Superior Tube, based in Collegeville, is a global leader in the manufacture of precision tubing. From aerospace to power stations, and oil and gas extraction to medicine, its products are used by a range of industries.
Bill Keohane, Superior Tube’s Director of Quality New Product Development, said, “We have had Nadcap accreditation for our non-destructive testing program for many years and also for our quality system, but this is the first time we have gained the accreditation for our heat treatment processes. This will certainly open up new business opportunities for us and provide our existing customers with even greater assurance about the strength of our commitment to quality in everything we do.”
Chartwell Law Further Expands in New England
Chartwell Law Offices has announced an expansion of client services in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire with the addition of its newest partner, David A. Brosnihan.
Chartwell now has 15 offices throughout the Eastern United States, including one in Valley Forge, and its 115 attorneys provide clients with a full array of legal services. Chartwell now represents major national retailers, insurance carriers and self-insured entities along the East Coast. “As Chartwell continues to expand its reach, it remains focused on creative litigation strategies and continuous client communications,” said Founding Partner Thomas Strohmetz.
Main Line’s Society of Professional Women Select New Leader
Greater Philadelphia business executive Rose Ann Scanlon has been selected to lead the Wayne-based Main Line Chamber of Commerce’s Society of Professional Women. As SPW facilitator, Scanlon will help guide Greater Philadelphia’s largest women’s empowerment and networking group.
An attorney who started her career at law firm Stradley Ronon Stevens and Young, Scanlon most recently held executive leadership positions with AstraZeneca and Holy Redeemer Health System. She serves as the board chair of Women’s Way, a nonprofit engaged in grant making, education and advocacy in support of local women and girls.