Nashville Post Launches Transformative Nashville Business Publication

Quarterly magazine to elevate Nashville’s most relevant and game-changing business conversations

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With these magazines, we will provide a platform that not only intelligently frames but also creatively drives smart discussions around the large-scale trends paving the road for Nashville to grow — or not — as a great city for business.

Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

Nashville Post, the premier publication for Nashville business news, is launching a new print publication series in 2013 to address the needs of the city’s increasingly dynamic business community. Amidst Nashville’s exploding growth and development, the new Nashville Post Magazine will elevate the most relevant and game-changing conversations to engage business leaders and drive high-level collaboration as well as debate. The four-installment series will replace the former Nashville Post print publication, while Nashville Post online will continue to deliver reliable daily news coverage.

“The Nashville Post team has long provided a clearinghouse for Middle Tennessee’s breaking business and political news, but we also have a strong track record of investigative research that uncovers macro-level developments impacting the area,” said Geert De Lombaerde, editor of the Post. “With these magazines, we will provide a platform that not only intelligently frames but also creatively drives smart discussions around the large-scale trends paving the road for Nashville to grow — or not — as a great city for business.”

Each issue of the new Nashville Post Magazine will explore a targeted growth segment that is helping to catapult Nashville into the spotlight as one of the nation’s best places to live and work. Informed by advisory boards of experts at the heart of relevant, cutting-edge developments, the publication promises to be an invaluable tool to keep the city’s evolving business community apprised of the most compelling Nashville business news. The 2013 installments will engage readers in the following discussions:

> Leaders – March
> Groundbreakers – June
> Boom: A Blueprint for Nashville – September
> Entrepreneurs – November

To further facilitate and complement these conversations, each issue will be accompanied by a signature Nashville Post event such as the popular Most Powerful Women luncheon or the reception honoring area leaders featured on the annual InCharge list. In addition, the Post team will produce various special reports building on the magazine’s content.

“Nashville’s business environment is competitive but also extremely collaborative, which contributes to its profile as a great place to do business,” said Tori Hughes, publisher of the Post. “Our business and political leaders make decisions every day that affect the city’s growth — in the midst of a constant influx of new players and copious amounts of information — and the new Nashville Post Magazine will support their need to maintain a big-picture view of what’s driving change.”

Nashville Post is offering a limited number of partnerships per issue to local businesses interested in leading these conversations. To inquire about partnership benefits and opportunities or general advertising, or to submit ideas or content for potential inclusion, please contact Tori Hughes at (615) 844-9410 or thughes(at)nashvillepost(dot)com.

Current Nashville Post subscribers will begin receiving the new magazine with the first installment in March. To inquire about establishing a new subscription, please contact Gary Minnis at (615) 844-9307 or gminnis(at)nashvillepost(dot)com.

About Nashville Post

Nashville Post provides breaking news and insight that decision-makers in the Nashville area can bank on. Through online and print products, the publication strives to be timely, accurate and relevant, furnishing subscribers the information they need to thrive in Nashville’s business and political arenas. Subscribers include business executives, investment bankers, health care professionals, attorneys, financial advisors, lobbyists, public relations executives, venture capitalists, government officials, real estate professionals, public-company managers and business owners. Nashville Post is part of the SouthComm family of targeted media products.

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Contacts

Magazine Partnership and Content:
Tori Hughes
Nashville Post
Phone: (615) 844-9410
thughes(at)nashvillepost(dot)com

Subscriptions:
Gary Minnis
Nashville Post
Phone: (615) 844-9307
gminnis(at)nashvillepost(dot)com

Media:
Angela Novak
Corner Office Communications
Phone: (615) 406-0715
anovak(at)cornerofficecommunication(dot)com


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