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Event Notices From Aug. 26

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Business Improvement Team To Talk Financial Strategy: The Business Improvement Team announced that Paul Glantz, founder and chairman of Emagine Entertainment Inc. and CEO of Proctor Financial Inc., will serve as the keynote speaker at “Business Performance Improvement 3.0 Series.” The event will take place Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Somerset Inn, 2601 W. Big Beaver Road in Troy, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Register by calling (248) 641-8400 or email event@bizimpteam.com. Glantz is the driving force behind metropolitan Detroit’s Emagine theaters, raising more than $45 million in capital to initiate Emagine Novi, Canton, Rochester Hills, and Royal Oak. Glantz has been at the forefront of technological change. Under his direction, the theater chain became, in 2006, the first in the nation to convert all of its 46 screens to high-definition digital. In 2011, Emagine deployed two of the world’s first four “4K” Texas Instruments/Christie digital projectors at Emagine Royal Oak. The event is co-sponsored by the Business Improvement Team and Hennessey Capital. The Business Improvement Team (www.BizImpTeam.com) is an interdisciplinary network of trusted providers of high quality consulting services to all types of organizations. The member firms are Absolute Engineering & Consulting LLC, Clear Vision Strategy LLC, Expense Reduction Analysts, Franklin CIO Services LLC, Glass Retirement Strategies, Hennessey Capital, The Marsalese Law Group, Taligence Inc, Tobias, Vandeputte & Skulsky CPA’s, PC and Virtual Interactive Agency. Hennessey Capital (www.hennesseycap.com) is a division of Hitachi Capital America Corp. and provides revolving lines of credit secured by accounts receivable and inventory, along with factoring of accounts receivable for small- and mid-size companies across the United States. Facilities range from initial invoicing to $5 million and beyond and used primarily as loan facilities, restructuring current debt, or funding spot or incremental needs.

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