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Date published: 11/16/2012

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QRC Technologies has opened a 3,750-square-foot office at 100 Riverside Parkway in Stafford County. QRC, a systems integrator specializing in mobile cellular measurement products, will use the space for manufacturing. The company plans to add assembly, testing and quality-control jobs. QRC's headquarters are in Fredericksburg's Central Park shopping center.

Ciemte, a Miami-based company that provides IT services to federal government clients, opened earlier this year in an 800-square-foot office space at 150 Olde Greenwich Drive in Spotsylvania County. Four people work at the local office.

Evan Hirsche, president of Wild Eyed Creative Services LLC, a consultancy focused on implementing creative public engagement strategies in support of public lands, has joined Fredericksburg-based Marstel-Day's Council of Advisors.

The application deadline for the next round of Spotsylvania County's Business Incentive Grant (BIG) program is Dec. 1.

Washington-based Snipp Interactive Inc. and Spotsylvania County-based Deedod Inc. have formed a partnership to sell and promote each other's services and solutions to existing and potential customers. Both companies are involved with technology involving mobile Internet.

Laurie Newman, who formerly worked for U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman, recently joined Rappahannock Goodwill Industries as the organization's recruiting manager. Newman was previously president of Spotsylvania County-based Taskforce Staffing Inc.

Bill Freehling: 540/374-5405
Email: bfreehling@freelancestar.com


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