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Software company moves to Neighborhood of the Arts (access required)

With the help of Empire State Development’s Excelsior Jobs Program, Calero-MDSL will move its current Rochester operations from Henrietta to 1040 University Avenue in Rochester’s Neighborhood of the Arts during the second quarter of 2020. Calero-MDSL is a portfolio company of Oak Hill Capital and Riverside Partners. The company is a result of a merger between ...

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