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WILMM and Inforum announce merger

Inforum and WILMM have merged their operations.

31 July 2012

Women in Leadership Mid-Michigan (WILMM) and Inforum have revealed they have combined their operations.

Advice from merger and acquisition consultants could have helped the firms work out the details of the tie-up, which is to be celebrated on August 10th at a luncheon in Horizon's Conference Center in Saginaw.

When the organisations combine, WILMM will become Inforum's Great Lakes Bay Region, helping the group join its south-west Michigan, west Michigan, mid-Michigan and south-east Michigan operations together.

"Together we can bring more resources to the Great Lakes Bay Region in our mission to help women lead and succeed and strengthen the business environment," president and chief executive officer of Inforum and Inforum Center for Leadership Terry Barclay said.

Members of Inforum include thousands of females from companies in industries of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium-sized enterprises.

It provides services to professional women at all stages of their careers and has operations in the Great Lakes Bay area Lansing and Kalamazoo, as well as offices in Grand Rapids and Detroit.

Posted by David Gleck

Source: Joint press release, July 30th

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