Berlitz International (BTZ), 7 Roszel Road, Princeton 08540; 609-514-9650; fax, 609-514-9675. Sandy Welsh, consumer marketing director. www.berlitz.com.
Berlitz International, the international language education company, has moved from 400 Alexander Park to 7 Roszel Road. The company’s new headquarters is at the Commons, a 25-acre office complex that houses the headquarters of Tyco. The company did not respond for requests for comment.
Edvice LLC, 65 South Main Street, Suite A-100, Pennington 08534; 609-737-1307; fax, 609-737-0791. Steve LeMenager, president. www.edviceprinceton.com.
Edvice, an educational consulting firm, has moved from 344 Nassau Street to 65 South Main Street in Pennington. Steve LeManger, president of the company, said the three-person team needed a larger office plus room to expand.
IPCelerate, 1 Farr View Drive, Cranbury 08512; 888-918-4192; www.ipcelerate.net.
IPCelerate, a communications software company, has moved its headquarters from 202 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, to 1 Farr View Drive in Cranbury. Alok Jain, chief technology officer of IPCelerate, was featured in U.S. 1’s April 9 cover story on the Tesla automobile.
Electronic Service Lab, 140 Scotch Road, Ewing.
Electronic Service Lab has moved out of its location at 140 Scotch Road. Its listed phone number was disconnected.
Antares Pharma Inc. (AIS), 100 Princeton South, Suite 300, Ewing 08628; 609-359-3020; fax, 609-359-3015. Paul K. Wotton, CEO. www.antarespharma.com.
Antares Pharma, a Princeton South Corporate Center-based biotech company, has appointed Jennifer Evans Stacey to the newly created position of senior vice president, general counsel, human resources, and secretary.
Prior to Antares, she was the senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary at FXI Inc. Before that, she was senior vice president of Aventis Behring.
Elizabeth Gray Erickson, 46, on May 22. She was a volunteer with Isles, Princeton Area Community Foundation, and Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum.
Gloria Borden, born in 1930, on May 16. A professional actress in the 1950s, she served two terms as president of the board of the Princeton Friends School.