Renaissance Publishing to Launch Business Monthly Magazine

“New Orleans needs a great business magazine and now it will have one,” announces Todd Matherne, Chief Executive Officer of Renaissance Publishing.  
 
Beginning in October Biz New Orleans, a four-color glossy publication, will provide business news and insightful commentary along with great photography. A related daily blog page and email newsletter will launch prior to the print edition in September.
 
There is so much new business activity in our region that anyone trying to keep track might need a scorecard — or a great monthly magazine. Prior to Hurricane Katrina, Biz New Orleans, published by MCMedia, LLC, served that need.  Renaissance Publishing is proud to revive this important title for New Orleans.  
 
Matherne says that “since 2005 New Orleans has developed into one of America’s leading business communities and our city needs a business magazine to tell that story.  Look for Biz New Orleans to be that storyteller. We mean Business – Biz New Orleans.”
 
About Renaissance Publishing LLC:
Renaissance Publishing LLC, locally owned by Todd Matherne, Errol Laborde and Alan Campell, is a leader in the four-color glossy publishing industry, offering a variety of targeted product niches and an inviting lifestyle reading experience.  Renaissance publishes New Orleans Magazine, New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles, St. Charles Avenue, Louisiana Life, New Orleans Bride and Acadiana Profile. In addition to print magazines and custom publishing, Renaissance Publishing offers digital and social media, email newsletters, a mobile app and digital editions.
 
 
 

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