Business Milestones

“Keen Innovations LLC based in Greensboro said that Tripp Harrington, the owner of Amazing Love Studios (A Family Portrait Studio by Tripp Harrington Photography) is the company's first authorized licensee of its Chronicle product group: SchoolKid Chronicles, Anniversary Chronicles and Legacy Chronicles. Harrington will serve the Clemmons and Winston-Salem area.”

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Video star: GSO's Keen Innovations targets its services at everyone from families to corporate executives

“On a recent summer morning in Keen Innovations' second-floor video production offices on South Elm Street, two young customers bound up the steps and into the waiting room.”

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Show and Tell: 160 exhibitors, 1,000 people attend chamber's annual Business Expo

“Keen Innovations LLC of Greensboro went to the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce 2008 Business Expo yesterday to get the word out to local businesses about what it does best.”

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SchoolKid Chronicles expands name to Keen Innovations - wins award!

“The Piedmont Triad recently hosted an Entrepreneurship Summit and Keen Innovations worked with the Piedmont Triad Partnership, the Piedmont Triad Entrepreneurial Network, and many other great organizations to produce the Piedmont Triad Showcase.”

Read the full article at Carolina Newswire.

Children’s Home Society Celebrates National Adoption Awareness Month by Launching New Video Initiative

“Each year, November is recognized as National Adoption Awareness Month. While all adoption-related issues are important, the particular focus of this month is the adoption of children living in foster care. In North Carolina, over 3,000 children are awaiting adoption and another 10,000 children are living in foster care. Many of them have spent most of their lives in this “temporary” situation, and have moved within the child welfare system several times.”

Read the full article at Carolina Newswire.

Local film gets screening at prestigious Cannes

Photo of John Allred, Donnie Heath, Dustin Keene, and Christine Heath

Photo by: H. Scott Hoffmann

“Within 48 wild and sleepless hours last August, Dustin Keene's dream team worked them into a seven-minute dramatic film titled "JoBeth." JoBeth won best film among 47 entries in Greensboro's 48 Hour Film Project, earning it a screening among international competitors at this winter's Filmapalooza in California.”

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