Business Briefs – January 6

Local salon adds stylist

GREENFIELD — All Occasions Hair Salon recently welcomed a new stylist to its staff.

Amy Lopez is now accepting clients at the Greenfield salon, 1040 N. State St.

Lopez is a graduate of Greenfield-Central High School and P.J.’s Beauty College. She specializes in airbrush makeup, haircuts and coloring hair.

For information about appointments, call the salon at 317-462-3153.

Marketing company moves to Hancock County

GREENFIELD — Davant, a marketing firm, recently opened its doors in Hancock County.

The company specializes in helping businesses and other organizations develop their brands and spread their messages through print and social media campaigns.

Davant’s headquarters is located at 6268 W. Stoner Drive, Greenfield, one mile north of Interstate 70 off Mt. Comfort Road.

For more information, call 317-849-6565.

Landscaping company comes to Greenfield

HANCOCK COUNTY — Heavenly Lawn and Landscaping recently began services in Hancock County.

The company provides lawn maintenance service for commercial and residential addresses in addition to snow and leaf removal.

Prices are competitive and free estimates and discounts for annual contracts area available, owners said. For more information, call 317-318-9288.

Wildlife group worried over project

WESTFIELD — The founder of a wildlife rescue group is worried it could be displaced by a large housing and business development planned in suburban Indianapolis.

Providence Wildlife cares for injured and orphaned animals on property within the proposed 317-acre project along U.S. 31 in Westfield. The area is mostly farmland.

Providence Wildlife founder Kristen Heitman said the volunteer organization treats up to 1,500 animals a year.

Heitman told the Indianapolis Business Journal that developer Chris White’s offers to buy the 3 acres the group uses haven’t been enough for it to relocate. She said it will be difficult to properly care for the animals if office buildings and warehouses surround the land.