Published June 14 2013
Business digest - 06/15/133 marketing, media firms to partner efforts
Sarah McCurdy, a Fargo-based writing and marketing company, Excira Media, a digital marketing and search engine optimization company, and Dan Nisbet, a graphic design and website development company, have partnered to do business.
The companies will collaborate on projects that include developing websites, content creation and search engine optimization strategy.
To learn more, visit www.sarahmccurdy.net and click on “Meet the Team.”
Arts Partnership teams with TMI
The Arts Partnership and TMI Hospitality are partnering to provide a resident artist program to offer area artists an opportunity to display works at TMI’s public space in its new Fargo corporate headquarters.
Accepted artists will display about a dozen works, including a piece commissioned by TMI, and receive a stipend.
Three artists will be chosen annually and local curators will be hired to select and hang the work.
For more information, visit theartspartnership.net.
ND workforce, HR conference set in Fargo
The 2013 North Dakota Governor’s Workforce and Human Resources Conference will be Sept. 18-20 at the Holiday Inn in Fargo.
This year’s event will focus on the state’s fast-changing workforce environment and will allow participants opportunities to network with other industry professionals across the region.
The conference is hosted by Gov. Jack Dalrymple, the North Dakota Department of Commerce and the North Dakota Society for Human Resource Management.
For more information, visit www.NDWorkforceSummit.com.
Essentia Health being remodeled in Wahpeton
The Essentia Health-Wahpeton Clinic is undergoing remodeling.
Included in the $960,000 project is a new exterior and energy-efficient roof, parking lot repairs, landscaping and new sidewalks.
After the exterior work is complete, the clinic will begin a three-year interior remodeling, working floor by floor.
Sanford Health makes Becker’s top 100 list
Sanford Health has been named to Becker Hospital Review’s list of “100 Integrated Health Systems to Know.”
The list highlights specific health systems that focus on continuum of care, from wellness and preventive services to urgent care, inpatient and outpatient care, hospice, health plan offerings and more.
Health systems are selected based on rankings by the healthcare analytics company IMS Health, as well as health systems’ financial, clinical and operational strength.