Business Notes

Indigo New Media Inc. has moved to larger offices on the first floor of the FCSU building at 6611 Rockside Road.

Arras Group added 4,000 square feet (for 22,000 total square feet) and launched a Web site,

FutureNext‘s Cleveland and Dallas offices have joined forces with Beachwood-based DigiKnow.

For the seventh consecutive year, Crowe, Chizek and Co. ranked in the top 10 public accounting and consulting firms and ranked ninth in U.S. net revenue, according to the 2001 Top 100 survey released by Public Accounting Report.

Christian & Timbers, a global executive search firm, has opened an office in Chicago.

West Region Sleep Center earned “Sleep Disorders Center” accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Kamm’s Corners Development Corp. has moved to 17138 Lorain Avenue, Suite 200.

The Greater Cleveland Growth Association and Cuyahoga Community College have joined forces to address regional work force and economic development issues.

SS&G Financial Services raised more than $100,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association from its fifth annual golf outing.

Dinn, Hochman Potter & Levy was selected as one of the contributing editors for the debut issue of The American Law Journal‘s online publication.

Gillmore Security Systems acquired Security Options PLUS.

Meaden & Moore has merged with Daywalt, Tobin & Co.

Glastic Corp., an affiliate of The Crawford Group, purchased Great Lakes Plastics of Salem, Mich., from Evan Industries.

Ranpak Corp. was honored by Gov. Bob Taft with the Governor’s Excellence in Exporting Award.

Creative Playrooms opened a new location at 12965 Corporate Drive in Parma.

Cleveland-based flourish was awarded a Citation of Excellence in the American Advertising Federation National ADDY Award competition for its corporate identity.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland and Robert Falls & Co. Public Relations won the national media relations award at the 2001 Marketing & Communications Awards ceremony.