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Farm Family Insurance, 83 Princeton Avenue, Suite 2C, Hopewell 08525; 609-309-5822; Jason S. Poli, agent. www.farmfamily.com.
Farm Family Insurance has opened an office on Princeton Avenue in Hopewell. The five-person office, part of a national chain, specializes in agriculture, estate planning, business, financial, and life insurance.
Techsol Corporation, 101 College Road East, Second Floor, Princeton 08540; 415-723-3371; www.techsolcorp.com.
Techsol Corporation, an India-based IT services company, has opened an office on College Road East. The company mainly serves life sciences companies.
Unio Capital, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 111, Princeton 08540; www.uniocapital.com.
Unio Capital, an asset management firm, has moved into an office in Carnegie Center. The New York-based company is led by John Allison, a 1972 graduate of Princeton University with two masters degrees from Columbia. Before founding Unio in 2012, Allison was CEO of WP Stewart Asset Management.
Allison began his career as an institutional investment portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley Asset Management, where he managed emerging growth equities and large-cap balanced accounts for sovereign wealth funds and institutions. He later purchased and developed a high net-worth individual money management firm, Auchincloss & Lawrence, before merging it with WP Stewart.
Charles B. Chernofsky, 4390 Route 1 North, Suite 216, Princeton 08540.
Charles B. Chernofsky, who reviews advertising for regulatory compliance, has moved to an office next door to his old office on Route 1.
Heart to Hearts Inc., 3131 Princeton Pike, Building 2B Suite 105, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-731-1533; Terry Tucker, Founder.
Heart to Hearts Inc., a nonprofit women’s wellness organization, has moved to a new headquarters in Princeton Office Park. It was previously located on Armour Avenue in Hamilton.
The organization was founded in 1999 by Terry Tucker, a nurse. Its mission is to educate women and their families about healthy lifestyles. The 100-member organization is sharing space with Crested Crane Solutions and Angelic Touch Massage at its new location.
Heart to Hearts offers classes in yoga, massage therapy, nutrition, vitamins, meditation, and stress management.
Creative Marketing Alliance Inc. (CMA), 191 Clarksville Road, Box 727, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-297-2235; fax, 609-799-7032. Jeffrey E. Barnhart, president and CEO. www.cmasolutions.com.
Creative Marketing Alliance has hired Victoria Hurley-Schubert, formerly of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Jude Martin Cianfano, who previously worked for the MidJersey Chamber of Commerce, a rival of the Princeton chamber.
Hurley-Schubert will be a public relations account executive and Martin-Cianfano will be a marketing account executive.
YouGov, 20 American Metro Center, Hamilton 08619; 609-734-9300; fax, 609-734-9391. Douglas Rivers, managing partner. today.yougov.com.
Online market research agency YouGov Polymetrix has moved to American Metro Center from Lenox Drive, and removed the “Polymetrix” part of its name and is now known as YouGov. The company is based in London.
“We moved because we had an opportunity to lease more functional space for our team, one which had the added benefit of being located closer to the Hamilton train station than our previous office,” said YouGov spokesman Devon Jaffier.
MarketingNPV, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 240, Princeton.
Market NPV, a specialty consulting firm, has left its Village Boulevard office. Its listed phone number was disconnected. Its website was still up but listed the disconnected phone number and vacant office as contact information.
Healthcare Providers Insurance Exchange, 3705 Quakerbridge Road. www.hpix-ins.com.
Healthcare Providers Insurance Exchange, a Philadelphia-based medical liability insurance company, has left its Quakerbridge Road office. The company closed its Hamilton satellite office in July, an employee said.
Francis J. Przechacki, 60, on February 8. He was the former president of General Porcelain Manufacturing Co. in Trenton.
Dorothea Potts, 93, on February 7. She was the owner of Rujim, Inc., the company that built the Princeton Service Center in the late 1960s at 3490 Route 1. It is thought to be the first multi-building office park in the Princeton-Route 1 corridor.