Jun. 02, 2013 @ 12:51 PM

Marketing firm relocates to the Triangle
CHAPEL HILL – Blaise Noto & Associates, a marketing and public relations company specializing in entertainment and the arts, has relocated to the Triangle, according to a news release.
The Chapel Hill-based firm said in a news release that it specializes in the design and implementation of marketing and public relations strategies and campaigns for entertainment and the arts including for motion pictures, television, theater, music and visual arts, as well as corporate and personal representation.
“After spending decades working in Los Angeles, Hawaii and Asia, I wanted to move back to the East Coast, and was drawn to the vibrancy, cultural richness and diversity of Triangle,” said Blaise Noto, president, in a prepared statement in the release. 
Weejee Learning adds senior developer
DURHAM – Weejee Learning, a provider of e-learning solutions for corporations, non-governmental organizations, associations and nonprofits, is expanding its team with the addition of a senior developer.
Ross Lehr is joining the company with nearly a decade of software development experience, according to a news release. He will lead the internal development and software initiatives, working on custom solutions for clients including HTML5 e-learning, mobile learning and Flash-based e-learning.
His nine years of experience includes work for information technology companies in Washington D.C. The hire is part of a continued expansion plan for Weejee, which is based in Durham, and was founded in 2010. 
Consulting firm announces Triad regional business development manager
CHAPEL HILL – Adam Moffitt has been named the regional manager for the Triad business development efforts of Hill, Chesson & Woody, a health and welfare benefits brokerage and consulting firm.
In the position, Moffitt will be responsible for business development of HCW’s services in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. He has eight years of experience in sales, recruiting and customer service. 
He received his bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from High Point University. A native of Winston-Salem, he lives in Kernersville with his wife, Amie, and their son.