About the New England Business Journals
Did you hear about the Addison County Localvore movement? About the guy making one-of-a-kind custom garden mats out of a barn in Worcester? How about the revitalization of the national historic treasure Robert Todd Lincoln's Hildene into a year-round tourist destination?
That's the kind of news that the monthly New England Business Journals bring to a targeted business audience of CEOs, senior managers, small business owners and decision makers. It's the news these people need to keep up to date on the business world around them - in this case communities across Vermont and into New Hampshire.
The Journals communicate positive business news, written by local writers who know their communities and cover everything from the mom-and-pop shop next door to the locally-based international corporations. Each one is targeted to a specific region and goes into much greater depth than statewide business publications. No business is too small - or too big - for these Journals.
Each edition includes a variety of news on new businesses, changes, and business people, as well as an editorial spotlight that goes into depth on a particular industry, like Spring Construction or Financial Services.
A print ad in all four journals will be seen by an audience of 80,000 business leaders, from the Canadian border to the Massachusetts border, from the shores of Lake Champlain to the Connecticut River.
The Rutland Business Journal and the Valley Business Journal were founded in 1984 and the Champlain Business Journal in 1995; the first edition of the Battenkill Business Journal was in 2009. The journals were purchased by the Rutland Herald in 2003.
Mailed to 4,300 people in Rutland, Addison, Windsor and Bennington counties; 5,700 more are distributed at key sites in southwestern Vermont.
Mailed to 4,500 people in the Connecticut River Valley; 4,400 more are distributed at key sites in Orange and Windsor counties and New Hampshire.Mailed to almost 2,000 people in Bennington, Windham and Windsor counties, with 6,000 more distributed at key sites in Bennington County.Merged with the Times Argus magazine Strictly Business; the combined publication is mailed to more than 9,500 people in Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Franklin counties with 5,500 more distributed at key points across central and northern Vermont.