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Ivoclar Vivadent North America named Jonathon Nyitrai, Director Logistics Warehouse Operations. A graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Nyitrai holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. He holds an MBA with a focus on logistics, materials, and supply management from the University at Buffalo School of Manageme…

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Ivoclar Vivadent North America named Melissa Moore, Director Inside Sales & Customer Service. In her new role, she will manage the organization's inside sales and customer service teams. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree from SUNY Buffalo State.

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Ivoclar Vivadent North America named Rebecca Spillman, Director Marketing Equipment. Spillman is a graduate of Canisius College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and an Master of Science degree in Integrated Marketing Communication. In her new role, she will continue her contribution to the digital equipment group.

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Ivoclar Vivadent North America named Grace Gerrity, Vice President Marketing & Communications. A graduate of the State University of New York at Fredonia with a bachelor’s degree in communication, Gerrity will share responsibilities for leading the North American marketing team.

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Catherine March was promoted to Network Design and Optimization Manager at Rich Products. In this new role, she is responsible for the development of Rich’s supply chain modeling program to pursue efficiency and sustainability through optimized network design.

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Shawn Wolf was promoted to Senior Logistics Manager at Rich Products. He will develop and execute Rich’s long-term transportation and warehousing strategies to ensure the right capabilities are in place to manage the requirements of Rich’s Supply Chain network.

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Jason Fronckowiak was promoted to Product Owner – Enablement and Collaboration at Rich Products. In this new role, he will be responsible for partnering with associates to determine business needs and create innovative solutions using technology.

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Robin Melancon was promoted to Director of Digital Solutions at Rich Products. She will be leading the teams responsible for supporting and enabling Rich’s digital transformation, while establishing critical business relationships needed to bring a digital service line to life.

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Matthew Jones was promoted to Vice President of Finance/Corporate Controller at Rich Products. In this new role, he will lead Rich’s Corporate Accounting and Corporate Planning teams and will assume greater responsibility around Rich’s merger and acquisition efforts.

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Michael Jones was named Partnership Sales Specialist for AAA Western and Central New York and will oversee advertising sales options for AAA WCNY branches across the entire region. He earned his Business Administration degree with a Marketing focus from SUNY Fredonia.

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Michael Treantis was named Insurance Manager for AAA Western and Central New York and will oversee all insurance sales operations at AAA WCNY branches across the region. He holds a degree in Business Administration and Sports Management from The College of Saint Rose in Albany

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UpstartNY, a monthly online publication covering entrepreneurship and innovation in Buffalo and Western New York, announced that Jana Eisenberg has been named managing editor. Eisenberg has been a freelance writer and editor for over 25 years.

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We know that food can bring people together, especially around the holidays. But can it bring together Buffalo organizations that want to use food to empower people and build a new economy that benefits working-class residents? Advocates from four organizations who spent a weekend on the West Coast this month learning how to collaborate, organize and mount effective camp…

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The botched initial asbestos cleanup at the former AM&A's department store building downtown has drawn scrutiny from the FBI and other state and federal environmental regulators, according to documents and interviews with people familiar with the project. Six people familiar with a Chinese investment group's $70 million redevelopment of the 10-story complex say it has…