Our Mission Business ownership is rapidly changing as we enter the technological age. We help entrepreneurs survive and grow in today's fast-paced and mobile environment, offering information and practical stimulation that successful business owners can use to achieve to grow their companies.
Our Readers Our readers are energetic entrepreneurs who have never been conventional in some senses. They're risk-takers who enjoy creating structure out of nothingness. Always improving their businesses they are creating the new look of free enterprise.
Our Content We report on resources to help readers improve their business operations or goals. Current issues and trends that affect startup companies, as well as new business ideas and opportunities are high priority. We provide detailed how-to information in an entertaining and relative fashion.
What We're Looking For We're looking for in-depth reporting, with information culled from many sources to give readers a broad perspective on a topic. Can you offer a fresh angle on a familiar subject? Can you convey atmosphere and personality when interviewing entrepreneurs and experts? Can you elicit interesting quotes from people, and find sources who don't say the same old thing in the same old way? Can you write about business with authority and passion? Then you're the kind of writer we're looking for.
Publications Featured publications are under 1,000 words, including sidebars, charts and/or boxes. Types of writings we are seeking include:
In-depth articles examining how a current business issue.
Emotional topics, such as "Are personal fears ruining your sense of business risk?"
How-to articles, such as how to get your product into retailers, how to stay healthy despite the demands of your business, or how to obtain a contract with the government.
Separating your points into three or five points including that number in the title (ex. "Top five reasons entry level employees get fired") will be given preference in our selection process.
Where to Start
Queries should be emailed here.
Queries should describe the topic clearly and succinctly. Avoid vagueness and generalities. Be as specific as possible about what aspects of the subject you will cover, people you will interview, how the story will help our readers and why you're qualified to write it.
No phone calls, please.
Include a return address and both day and evening phone numbers on all correspondence.
We assume no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts, photos or tapes.
You will be contacted only if we choose to publish your writing.