Roanoke Business is the premier monthly business publication for the Roanoke, Blacksburg and New River Valley Region. In-depth articles by award-winning writers support the region’s economic success with features that “tell the story” about trends in business, education, technology, finance, law, risk management, healthcare, hospitality, leadership and commercial development. Each month there’s a special report on the economic impact of the region’s higher education institutions.
Roanoke Business provides a complete overview of commercial activities in the Roanoke/Blacksburg/New River Valley region. This magazine offers readers lively writing, in-depth reporting and thought-provoking analysis. Magazine content includes:
- A Cover Story, exploring broadly and deeply major trends, from foreign investment in the region to expansion of the thriving outdoor industry and new approaches to manufacturing.
- Major articles, covering developments in health, technology, education, manufacturing, law, finance and tourism.
- Interviews, revealing what business leaders and opinion makers think about major regional issues.
- Chamber News, updating readers on events at the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce.
★ 10,000 copies are published each month. The current month’s issue is also available for viewing online at www.roanoke-business.com.
★ Approximately 4,300 copies are distributed by mail to the decision-makers in the region, subscribers to Virginia Business magazine and members of the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce.
★ Approximately 5,600 issues are distributed each month at chambers of commerce, hotels, visitor centers, restaurants, gyms, education facilities, city market, museums and lobby racks at grocery stores in the region.
★ This combined distribution targets both business leaders and consumers in Roanoke, Salem, Blacksburg, Radford, Christiansburg and Pulaski, as well as the counties of Roanoke, Botetourt, Franklin, Montgomery, Pulaski, Giles, Floyd, Rockbridge, Alleghany, Henry and Bedford.
★ Advertisers in the publication are leading businesses and educational institutions in the area.
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Tina Lambert, Vice President, Member and Public Relations, Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants