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Open for Business: 5 Elements Esthetics and Makeup Studio LLC and Divine Therapeutic Massage LLC

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5 Elements Esthetics and Makeup Studio LLC and Divine Therapeutic Massage LLC
Business owners and friends Kandice Alexander and Inna Oksenchuk share space under one roof, moving their service businesses Aug. 28 to National Office Place at 4730 S. National Ave., Bldg. C, Ste. 3. In the 1,200-square-foot space, Alexander’s 5 Elements Esthetics and Makeup Studio LLC and Oksenchuk’s Divine Therapeutic Massage LLC are separately run but have shared clientele. Alexander’s company started in 2013, while Oksenchuk’s began in 2012. Alexander said coming together in a common space was talked about for years. They are on a two-year lease with Bill Reed for $1,300 per month. While Oksenchuk offers massage services, Alexander provides chemical-free skin care, face and body waxing, professional makeup application and tutorials, with pricing at $60-$175.
Hours: by appointment
Phone: (417) 496-8796 (skin  care and makeup); (503) 737-5013 (massage)
Web: 5-Elements-Studio.com

EllisonLiggett Litigation Consultants
Larry Ellison, co-founder of EllisonLiggett Litigation Consultants, on Oct. 1 sold his half of the company to business partner Brooke Liggett for undisclosed terms. Ellison said he is now focused on his role as chief financial officer for Agrios Global Holdings Ltd., a Vancouver, Canada-based cannabis technology and investment firm. He said the U.S. operations of Agrios makes cannabis investments and operates cultivation facilities. Ellison established a Springfield office for the company in the spring at shared space in the Rogers and Baldwin building, 315 South Ave., owned by Scott Tillman. He started work for Agrios prior to the transition at EllisonLiggett, which handles financial forensics and litigation research. “Brooke will do a great job,” Ellison said. “She was doing the majority of the testifying before I left.” EllisonLiggett, which started in 2013 and currently employs two, maintains its office at 2733 E. Battlefield, Ste. 350.
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Phone: (417) 882-1566
Web: EllisonLiggett.com

Dacia LLC
A taste of Transylvania is in the Queen City with the Aug. 21 opening of Dacia LLC. The husband-and-wife team of Romulus and Hannelore Manole originally set up a Romanian food truck, their first restaurant venture, at the SGF Mobile Food Park just north of Glenstone Avenue and Chestnut Expressway. They moved the truck in early November to 1666 E. St. Louis St., filling the spot vacated this summer by The Wheelhouse LLC, which is now inside the Vib Springfield hotel. The lot is leased for undisclosed terms from Brick & Mortar LLC owner Jonathan Putnam. “We both love cooking and we love to be in the kitchen together,” Hannelore said, noting the food is inspired by Romulus, who is Romanian. One of Dacia’s signature dishes is mici, pronounced “meech,” which is made of pork, beef, mutton and seasonings. Other food items, all priced under $10, include traditional chimney cakes, potato salad, eggplant salad and meatball soup. Hannelore said the name Dacia honors the heritage of Romania prior to it being conquered in A.D. 106.
Hours: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday
Phone: (702) 417-4401

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