The “New” ExecutiveBiz.com and Weekly Email

ExecutiveBiz began in 2002 as a weekly email distribution to the executive members of the Potomac Officers Club.  The “e-mag” quickly extended beyond the POC membership of about 500 to an audience of nearly 50,000 email subscribers.   For more than six years we have covered the people and companies making business news in the DC area.

In 2007, we launched the ExecutiveBiz blog as a means to sharing news and information more quickly than we could with a weekly email.  This blog was an extension of the traditional archive of content available on the “main” web site.  Over time, as more and more content was presented via the blog, it became our focus.  So, as of today, this blog is the “main” web site.  You can still access our archives of past interviews and weekly emails.

Why a blog?  News happens minute-by-minute, and this format gives us the opportunity to share it as it happens.  More importantly, it gives you the chance to participate in what we cover.  Have something to add to a post we write here?  Comment on it.  Don’t like the way we cover a story?  Comment on it.  Don’t agree with someone else’s comment? Comment on that.  See something you like?  Share it (with just a couple clicks). The Washington region has some of the most informed, tech savvy business executives in the country — we want you to join the conversation here at ExecutiveBiz.com.

How can you keep up?  There are 3 great ways to stay informed.  Follow us on Twitter, subscribe via RSS, or join our email list.  We’ll continue to consolidate a summary of posts from each week and send them out in an easy to digest format every Thursday.

If you have questions or suggestions for how we can continue to evolve, you can contact us or just comment below.  Thanks for reading!

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