Rep Glenn sets local office hours

first_img“As your representative in Lansing, remaining open and accessible to you is one of my top priorities,” Glenn said. “I look forward to discussing thoughts, ideas, and concerns with residents of our community, and I welcome anyone to attend.”No appointments are necessary to attend office hours. Those unable to attend may contact Rep. Glenn’s office at (517) 373-1791 or [email protected] State Rep. Annette Glenn announced her first set of in-district office hours for 2019. The representative will be available at the following times and locations:Friday, Feb. 87:30 to 8:30 a.m. at H&H Bakery and Restaurant, 200 S. Mable St. in Pinconning; and9 to 10 a.m. at Nori’s Restaurant, 963 W. Midland Road in Auburn. Friday, Feb. 157:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Coffee Chaos, 6201 Jefferson Ave. in Midland. Categories: Annette Glenn News,News 05Feb Rep. Glenn sets local office hourslast_img read more

Roku has appointed SmartKem CEO Mustafa Ozgen as

first_imgRoku has appointed SmartKem CEO, Mustafa Ozgen, as general manager (GM) and senior vice president (SVP) of account acquisition.Mustafa OzgenOzgen joins Roku this month and is due to replace Roku’s GM and SVP of Roku TVs and player, Chas Smith, after a transition period. Smith plans to retire and leave the company at the end of Q1 2019.“Account growth is a top priority for us – both in placing our great Roku devices in the hands of consumers and further scaling our Roku TV licensing business,” said Anthony Wood, Roku founder and CEO.“Mustafa brings a wealth of leadership experience and global TV industry knowledge which makes him well suited to spearhead our mission to make the Roku platform widely used around the world.”Ozgen has both management and consumer electronics industry experience and joins Roku from Smartkem Limited, a supplier of organic semiconductors for the manufacture of LCD and OLED displays.Before that he was CEO of QD Vision, an MIT spin-off that was acquired by Samsung Electronics and its technology incorporated into Samsung’s QLED-branded TV displays. Ozgen also previously ran TV and media business units as SVP and GM of the home multimedia business unit at Sigma Designs.Ozgen said: “Roku is one of the most beloved companies in TV entertainment and has built incredible momentum. I’m honoured to join the team, and I look forward to connecting consumers with Roku devices as we drive further scale of the Roku platform.”last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet Siobhan is really looking forward to trading at this year’s event and showcasing her work in the historic Guildhall venue.She said: “I am really looking forward to be part of the Guildhall Craft Fair and showcasing my collection of leather products such as bags, purses, pendants, belts, keyrings, earrings, bracelets and pouches, that are all made with natural vegetable tanned leather.“I am currently working on a new range of lovely bags and purses and jewellery with gemstones set into the leather. “They are really appealing and are selling really well in the craft shops and I am confident they will prove popular at the Guildhall Craft Fair as they are idea gifts for Christmas.”James Adair from The Journeyman Saddler is really pleased to be part of the event and showcase his products to audiences in the North West. He has been working for over 20 years making and repairing all types of equestrian and leather goods and also creating a range of fashion items such as keyrings, purses, wallets, handbags, dog collars and leads, shoes and drinking vessels.He explained: “All of my materials are sourced as locally as possible. For example, much of the leather we use is English leather and most of the lorinery is English. “I use Irish linen threads and Irish material and make a lot of my own patterns, cut all the leather by hand and either hand stitch or machine stitch, hand-dye and hand-finish. I do not have a production line and every piece is bespoke.“Being part of the Guildhall Craft Fair is a great opportunity for me to get my products on show and to expand my existing customer base. “I have always heard fantastic reports about the event and I’m delighted to be part of it,” he added.Now in its 24th year, the Guildhall Craft Fair continues to be one of the most loved retail events in the run up to Christmas. This year’s event runs from 23 – 25 November with the opening times as follows – Friday (12 noon to 7pm), Saturday (10am – 6pm) and Sunday (11am – 6pm). Admission fee is £1 per adult and free for children under the age of 14. The event will feature 45 craft stands on the upper floor of the Guildhall, and an artisan food hall in the ground floor with seven stands selling bespoke products and tasty treats.For more information about the Craft Fair visit – The Craft Fair marks the start of the city’s Festive celebrations and full details are available at www.derrystrabane.com/christmasLeather craft making showcases at Guildhall Craft Fair was last modified: November 17th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: Derry and Strabane CouncilDerry DailyGuildhallJames AdairLeather craft making showcases at Guildhall Craft Fair QUALITY locally crafted leather produce will feature strongly at this year’s Guildhall Craft Fair.Shoppers will be spoiled for choice with a wide range of quality leather products available for purchase with the inclusion of local Celtic Leather Art and Co Down based The Journeyman Saddler in this year’s exhibition.The Guildhall Craft Fair is organised every year by Derry City and Strabane District Council and marks the start of their extensive festive programme of events. Celtic Leather Art and the Journeyman Saddler are just two of over 40 exhibitors taking part in this year’s event that is scheduled to take place in the historic Guildhall from next Friday 23 until Sunday 25 November.Inspired by her local environment and her love of Celtic art, local Derry designer Siobhan Corr from Celtic Leather Art says the Guildhall Craft Fair is the perfect platform to showcase her unique range of hand-sewn, hand-dyed and hand-tooled embossed leather products.Following on from her inclusion in the event last year, Siobhan is looking forward to returning this year with her bespoke designs. The event is an opportunity for her to showcase her new products to existing customers and to avail of the opportunity to tap into a new market.last_img read more