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CB&S buys former Regions office in Port City

GREENVILLE — CB&S Bank has purchased a former Regions branch at 1700 U.S. 1 South in Greenville. Terms were not disclosed. According to local commercial Realtor Mal Kretschmar, CB&S entered the Greenville market in 2006 when it purchased the former AmSouth Bank facility on Washington Avenue. Kretschmar then assisted CB&S secure a second location at the intersection of Beauchamp and ...

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ProMatura opening new office in London

OXFORD — ProMatura Group has opened its newest office in London, England. The launch of the new location enables the firm to strengthen its relationships with clients in Europe while continuing to support the age-qualified and all-age housing and care industries with world-class research methodologies. “The opening of the London office is an important milestone to increase ProMatura’s global footprint,” ...

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Renasant Bank entering Columbus market

COLUMBUS — Renasant Bank intends to enter the Columbus-Lowndes County market during the fourth quarter of 2010 with its soon-to-be open location at 905 Main Street in Columbus. Along with Tupelo-based Renasant’s traditional retail banking activities, its Columbus Main Street location will feature consumer, mortgage and commercial loans, treasury management solutions and financial services representatives through onsite appointment. “We believe ...

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Selex Galileo expanding at Coast airport

HANCOCK COUNTY — Selex Galileo, a defense electronics company, will more than double its space at Stennis International Airport in Hancock County, going from 34,000 to 86,000 square feet in the first phase of a four- to five-year, $11 million to $13 million expansion. The Arlington, Va.-based company presently employs 18 people. Selex CEO Giles Kyser tells The Sun Herald ...

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Alabama firm opens new office in Hub City

HATTIESBURG — Messerschmidt Safety Consultants (MSC), a provider of traffic safety and forensic analysis based in Birmingham, Ala., has opened an office in Hattiesburg. The Hattiesburg office, located at 518 Main Street, Suite 202, expands MSC’s ability to offer local support services to its growing base of clients in the region. This is the second office location for MSC. “We ...

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Sitel expanding Starkville call center

STARKVILLE — Sitel, the Nashville, Tenn.-based business process outsourcing (BPO) provider, has unveiled a major expansion of its Starkville call center. Sitel has added more than 110 full-time positions within the past month, and more than 300 full-time positions expected by the end of October. Since 2000, Starkville’s call center has delivered customer support for several Fortune 100 client companies.

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Community Bank opens another office

TUPELO — Community Bank held the grand opening for its new Tupelo Main Office Aug. 10. The bank’s 11,000-square-foot facility at 1317 North Gloster features three drive-through lanes and a separate ATM drive-thru. It is staffed by 12 full-time staff members. Community Bank formerly operated out of a temporary facility located off South Front Street, which opened in late 2006. ...

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ABMB opens an office in Crescent City

JACKSON — ABMB Engineers Inc. opened a new office in the New Orleans Central Business District Aug. 1 to better serve their clients in the Southeast Louisiana region. This office is ABMB’s sixth location, joining the company headquarters in Baton Rouge, La., and its offices in Mississippi at Jackson, Vicksburg and Madison and Mobile, Ala. To head the New Orleans ...

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Southern Motion breaks ground for expansion

PONTOTOC — A company that makes reclining furniture broke ground yesterday for a plant expansion in northeast Mississippi. Southern Motion says it’s investing $7 million in its new 180,000-square-foot production facility in Pontotoc. The company says it will create at least 200 new jobs over the next two years, with the potential to double that number within five years. The ...

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FNC Inc. forms new consulting division

OXFORD — FNC Inc. has launched a new consulting division, designed to guide clients through implementation and toward best industry practices. FNC special projects director Jon Fisher, a former managing principal consultant with Oracle Software, is teaming up with Lance Thoet, who heads the new division and was vice president of product development at real estate services provider CBC Companies. ...

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