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Business

Business Journal going quarterly

NOTE TO READERS:
Beginning with its next edition, the Business Journal is being repackaged into a quarterly, tab-sized magazine with a glossy cover and smart new focus.

The next edition of the Business Journal will publish in late September and will feature our Best Under 40 class – stories on the movers and shakers in the area under the age of 40, as nominated by readers. Is there someone in your company who fits that description? Nominate them by completing the form on page 19, or by filling it out online at nwherald.com/forms/best-under-40.

The Business Journal is a product of the Northwest Herald. In between editions of the Business Journal, you can find full coverage of the McHenry County business scene inside the Northwest Herald’s Business section.

The Northwest Herald recently expanded its coverage of local business. We added a business reporter to our team of journalists. We added a Thursday standalone Business section to go along with our Sunday section. And we’ve added a second Business page to each of the Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday editions.

Inside Sunday’s Northwest Herald Business section, you’ll see the more timely inclusion of such Business Journal features as Faces & Places (news on local businesses and business leaders) and ribbon cutting photos highlighting some of the new businesses opening in the area.

Not a Northwest Herald subscriber? Call 815-459-8118 or sign up online at NWHerald.com.

– Dan McCaleb, senior editor

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