Building and Construction - Canada
The highs and lows of the economy, the introduction of new technologies and changing regulations pose continuous challenges to leaders in the construction industry. Luckily, there’s Building & Construction Canada, your guide to the Canadian construction industry.
From Victoria Harbour to the Labrador Sea, construction executives in the Great White North turn to our magazine to learn about the new trends and timely issues. In addition, Building & Construction Canada is focused on best practices in the general building, heavy construction and associated specialty trade sectors.
Our readers include owners and managers of major contractors, engineering and design firms, equipment manufacturers and building products suppliers. In every issue, our editors talk to the leaders of top firms to learn about their practices and opinions on important issues, including project funding, the environment and labour issues.
Building and Construction - Northeast
“Among the most densely populated regions of the United States, the Northeast depends on an aging infrastructure system that is long overdue.” Society of Civil Engineers’ “Report Card for America’s Infrastructure” called the Northeast states’ roads, bridges and mass transit the “top infrastructure concerns” in the area, and also cited the conditions of schools and wastewater treatment plants as worrisome.
The Northeast is likely to get a great deal of attention as the nation turns its attention to rebuilding infrastructure, and construction industry leaders need a comprehensive regional publication such as Building & Construction Northeast to help them keep pace with fast-moving trends. The new magazine covers construction best practices in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Virginia and West Virginia.
Home to nearly 60 million people and dominated by the major metropolitan areas of New York, Boston, Pittsburgh and other large cities, the Northeast is likely to see greatly increased construction activity in the near future as federal, state and local governments invest heavily in infrastructure improvements. This presents unprecedented opportunities for heavy highway, utility and other contractors.
Building & Construction Northeast is dedicated to profiling leading companies that are active in the region. Northeast contractors and engineers – our readers – can use Building & Construction Northeast to keep tabs on their colleagues’ successes in the region.
Building and Construction - Mexico
La cobertura editorial de Building and Construction México incluye el apasionante mercado de la construcción de este importante país. En cada edición, nuestros editores políglotas destacan los principales contratistas, ingenieros y proveedores de materiales del país. Entrevistamos a su administración corporativa y presentamos las mejores prácticas e historias de éxito de las compañías.
La industria constructora es uno de los mayores proveedores de empleos en el país. Esto continuará porque México tiene grandes planes para su futuro y la construcción es una parte importante de ellos. Por ejemplo, el país ha establecido la meta de estar entre las 20 primeras naciones en términos de infraestructura para el 2030, de acuerdo con la calificación del Foro Económico Mundial. Este ambicioso objetivo exige considerables inversiones en la construcción y expansión de carreteras, líneas de corriente, escuelas, instalaciones para la provisión de agua y el tratamiento de aguas residuales, vías férreas, puentes, puertos marítimos, presas e instalaciones petroleras.
Adicionalmente, el gobierno de Calderón ha planeado invertir $39 mil millones de dólares en la infraestructura del país en los próximos 6 años. Los cientos de proyectos que se derivarán de esta iniciativa no sólo mejorarán la infraestructura de México, sino que además ofrecerán trabajo constante a los contratistas y demás actores en un tiempo de incertidumbre económica. Los proyectos de infraestructura también han recibido el impulso de una nueva política de alianza privada-pública que está en vigor en México
A todas luces son momentos interesantes para México, y Building & Construction Mexico es el vehículo perfecto para que las compañías compartan sus historias de éxito a través de los perfiles presentados en nuestros artículos, y para que los anunciantes puedan llegar a estos actores clave.
The construction industry can be a difficult business to navigate, but when executives want to know about new projects or keep up with trends in the industry, Construction Today is the magazine they turn to. Each issue of Construction Today explores timely issues such as the economy, material costs, LEED design and construction, BIM and work force retention.
Construction Today also focuses on best practices in the general building, heavy construction and associated specialty trade sectors. Our readers are the top executives of major contractors, engineering and design companies, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers of construction materials, as well as project owners and regulators.
Our editors speak with these top executives every day to learn and share their best practices and insights into important issues. Construction executives know they can rely on Construction Today to faithfully report their goals and successes.
Each month, we profile dozens of successful construction firms, consulting engineers and project owners to give you information about best practices in project delivery methods, new technologies, market trends and training techniques. Look to Construction Today to keep up with your industry – or contact us if you’d like your company to be considered for coverage in our pages and on the Web.
It’s an exciting time to be an executive in the education field, but keeping up with all the trends and growth opportunities is an enormous task. That’s where Education Executive comes in— it’s an ideal source of news and information to help you stay current.
At Education Executive, we are committed to providing the type of readable, focused information that executives in all types of organizations need to stay competitive. By allowing leading institutes to share their success stories and discuss their challenges and goals, Education Executive provides our readers with a unique perspective on a wide range of topics.
Through our feature articles and corporate spotlights, Education Executive provides thought leadership from both industry experts and executives from leading organizations. The magazine covers topics such as:
- New technologies
- Marketing Programs
Energy and Infrastructure
Effective utility management, underground solutions, and infrastructure development are the main driving forces behind Energy + Infrastructure’s mission. With an economic situation that is rebounding but still volatile, numerous industries have been greatly affected across the globe. The energy, waste management, and underground sectors are feeling some of the repercussions, but the government stimulus and new policies have reinvigorated a robust market that is driven by technological developments and innovation, environmental and regulatory matters, capital expenditures, and energy supply risks. Through our print and digital publications, online website, database and tradeshow portal, and independent editorial, E+I helps executives at the senior boardroom and field levels stay abreast of the most important operational issues in this dynamic market.
Energy + Infrastructure focuses on major players in the utility, power, tunneling, waste management, telecom, and related infrastructure development industries throughout the world. Featuring profiles on leading companies, columns by industry experts and news and notes about the latest trends in these markets, E+I serves as the gatekeeper of information for anyone – whether it’s readers, our profiled companies or advertisers – who needs to be in the know about the worldwide energy and infrastructure development scene.
In each issue, Energy + Infrastructure’s editorial team will speak to market and regional experts who share the secrets behind their success, as well as what they expect from their industry down the road.
Energy and Mining International
Traditional and renewable resources are what power the worldwide economy. Commodity pricing, safety and environmental regulations, investment opportunities, new deposit discoveries, supply chain efficiencies, raising capital, alternative energy breakthroughs – these are the ever-evolving issues that CEOs, Owners and other top-level executives are obligated to follow. Energy & Mining International is the must-read publication for the leaders within these dynamic sectors. Through our print and digital publications, online website, database and tradeshow portal, and independent editorial, EMI helps executives at the senior boardroom and field levels stay abreast of the most important operational issues in this dynamic market.
Energy & Mining International focuses on major players in the traditional and renewable resource industries throughout the world. Featuring profiles on leading companies, columns by industry experts and news and notes about the latest trends in these markets, Energy & Mining International serves as the gatekeeper of information for anyone – whether it’s readers, our profiled companies or advertisers – who needs to be in the know about the worldwide energy and mining scene.
In each issue, Energy & Mining International’s editorial team speaks with market and regional experts who share the secrets behind their success, as well as what they expect from their industry down the road.
Food & Beverage Canada
Food is important to Canada, and we’re not just talking about old favourites like poutines, butter tarts and Montreal-style bagels. How important is it? Food and beverage processing is the largest manufacturing industry in the nation, generating revenues of nearly $100 billion and employing 270,000 Canadians. This massive industry touches every Canadian every single day, and Food and Beverage Canada is the magazine devoted to highlighting its best business practices in a turnkey fashion – from Canada’s farm fields and fisheries through to its processing and packaging plants and finally to its restaurants and kitchens.
Food and Beverage Canada understands that every food and beverage company has valuable information to bring to the table. We are the only publication that offers executives in the restaurant, retail, production and distribution industries the opportunity to share their ideas, opinions and strategies in a single forum so they can make smart decisions that will benefit their brands.
Through our unique cross-industry approach, industry leaders can exchange best practices in customer service, social media, supply chain management, employee training, productivity, food safety and marketing with our approximately 27,600 readers. There is no other publication that can facilitate this sort of “cross-table” conversation amongst the industry’s top thinkers.
Food and Beverage Canada is the gatekeeper of information for anyone who needs to stay on top of emerging trends, regulations and technologies that impact the entire food supply chain. Through our print and digital publications, website and Twitter feed, Food and Beverage Canada’s experienced team of researchers, editors and contributors are here to serve you with breaking news and the latest business strategies. Our goal is to provide you with food for thought that will keep your company on the leadingedge for years to come.
Food & Drink
One of the pleasures of food and drink is that they are often a shared experience. Think of the times you’ve sat around the dinner table with friends and family, and exchanged your ideas and opinions. Aside from enjoying a delicious meal, you left the table better informed.
Now, executives in the trilliondollar-plus food and beverage industry can share ideas and opinions in a single forum – Food and Drink magazine. Food and Drink is the only magazine with editorial that explains best practices for CEOS, presidents and other leaders in the restaurant chain and retail, food manufacturing and processing, and distribution, service and supply businesses.
Food and Drink offers its 41,000 readers access to best practices in customer focus, supply chain management, productivity, food safety and marketing through a unique cross-industry approach. You can visit the section that applies to your field – whether you are a producer, distributor, retailer or restaurant – for insider tips and then browse through other sections that directly or indirectly affect your business. For instance, if you operate a restaurant chain, you might be interested to know how distributors are improving their supply chains. Or, if you manufacture food or beverages, you might be curious to learn how consumers’ tastes are changing.
Food and Drink magazine is the only magazine that can facilitate this sort of “cross-table” conversation. In each issue, our editors and contributors:
- Talk one-on-one with leaders and top thinkers in the food and beverage industry.
- Report on news events that impact the entire food supply chain.
- Profile restaurants, companies, facilities and executives that have made strides in best practices.
- Report on food trends and R&D.
- Look at the industry and implications of information technology on the food industry.
- Explore the impacts that health, safety and other legislation is likely to have on our readers.
The need for timely, intelligent information for healthcare leaders is more pressing now than ever. Many resources talk about the practices and technology needed to deliver direct patient care, but information regarding the behind-the-scenes operations that make patient care possible is harder to find.
Steering the direction of a healthcare organization is already a taxing challenge. Compound that with the task of navigating the era of healthcare reform and quickly reacting to legislative wildcards, and the job seems even more daunting. In an industry where no one gets turned away, how can leaders meet the ever-evolving needs demanded by patients, legislators and the general public?
Inside Healthcare speaks with CEOs and top-level executives in all areas of this industry from policy leaders, providers and insurers to those who support the industry with consultation, technology and various operational needs. We delve deeply into the issues facing this industry and dissect the proven strategies and innovative solutions that will help ensure an organization’s success. Each issue also features experts who tackle technology, management and legal and finance issues affecting healthcare today.
Through our print and digital publications, website and social media networks, we offer news on trends and regulations, as well as sound advice, case studies and best practices that offer leaders insight on the future of healthcare.
Be the leader you were meant to be. Behind every great company is a great leader. A visionary, entrepreneur, expert – or sometimes all three qualities and more, all rolled into one person.
Maybe you are that leader. Or maybe you aspire to be that leader. Management Today is the magazine for and about today's most dynamic business leaders - the men and women who guide their companies through an era of unprecedented economic and technological change.
Management Today profiles top-level executives – CEOs and owners among them – at public and private companies who are making a difference in their industries. Our experienced editors talk in-depth to these leaders about their strategies, philosophies and goals.
Management Today explains the topics executives need to understand to stay at the top of their games: finance, technology and developing top-notch management skills. Every issue delves into areas that can make a leader a wellrounded person: fitness, hobbies, travel and more.
Manufacturing Today is all about Best Practices in areas such as customer focus, supply chain management, environmental control, new technology and human resources. The magazine monitors the fast-changing marketplace for manufactured goods and analyzes effective strategies of the most successful firms. These case studies serve as a benchmarking tool across the vast industry spectrum.
In each issue of Manufacturing Today our editors:
- Talk one-on-one with the leaders and top-thinkers in manufacturing.
- Explain, as opposed to merely report, industry news and events.
- Profile companies, facilities and executives who have made strides in Best Practices.
- Review the implications that enhanced information technology has on the industry.
- Explore topics of most relevant concern to executives, like lean manufacturing.
- Examine the latest developments in Ottawa andWashington, D.C., and their impacts on readers.
- Provide in-depth coverage of Six Sigma, ISO 9000 and other quality concepts.
- Suggest ways to reduce costs and improve efficiencies in the supply chain.
Retail Merchandiser, a national retail business publication, has covered the industry from top to bottom and celebrated 50 years in 2011. The publication’s readership includes more than 32,000 within the retail industry, ranging from Buyers to CEOs and Visual Merchandisers to Consultants across almost every chain, as well as Tier 2 and Tier 3 retailers. As a result, special attention is paid to the small and midsized stores and chains not being served by the B2B publications currently in the market.
Retail Merchandiser explores the everyday issues of running a retail operation, from supply and logistics to accounting, human resources, customer service, marketing, retail technology, loss prevention, management, and more. We also examine the latest consumer and economic issues with an eye toward helping our readers recognize obstacles and take advantage of opportunities.
Each issue of Retail Merchandiser provides an eclectic blend of news, feature articles, case studies, product reviews, and expert advice. Notably, our unique Retail Reports offer a behind-the-scenes look at successful retailers, giving you timely peer advice you can use to improve your business.
Our Retail Supplier case studies reach more than 11,000 senior-level supplier executives, including Product Managers, Brand Managers, Senior Marketing Executives, and Senior Sales Executives. These reports feature in-depth case studies on the companies providing the products and services retailers need.
A newer edition to the publication, our Special Reports focus on specific retail segments, such as e-commerce and licensing. Our E-com Reports focus on providing both retailers and supplier executives the insight they need as they make the leap into and strive to maintain a handle on the world of online business. Our Licensing Reports offer our readers tips on how to successfully brand and market licensed products.
Supply Chain World
An organization is only as good as its weakest link – that is, the weakest link in its supply chain. This is why many businesses are doing away with the old top-down, fragmented approaches to supply chain management that no longer work in today’s global, 24/7 economy. Instead, they are taking a more fully integrated approach that is carefully synchronized with stakeholders up and down the supply network.
This is where Supply Chain World comes in. Supply Chain World is the authority on best practices in supply chain management, featuring interviews with experts who know the process first-hand and are finding ever-better ways to improve efficiencies. Supply Chain World is a convenient, authoritative benchmarking tool, helping forward-thinking supply chain leaders and their global teams to stay current through cutting-edge content on our website and in our quarterly magazine. Each issue highlights best-practice strategies and practices to help our readers move products and information more efficiently and compete in the 21st century’s linked economy.
In every issue, Supply Chain World’s editors profile the leading companies in supply chain management across multiple industries, including retail, manufacturing and healthcare. Whether the goal is to tap into the benefits of third-party logistics or to learn how to partner more efficiently with suppliers, Supply Chain World keeps its readers up to date on the latest developments. We help our readers identify and fix weak links in their supply chains.
Transportation and Logistics International
Transportation and logistics is the industry that knits together the U.S. and global economies. In 2011 in the United States alone, the industry generated roughly $1.82 trillion dollars in revenues, which accounted for about 10 percent of the overall economy and employed more than 4.2 million Americans. Whenever someone ships a package, travels in a plane or other conveyance, or causes merchandise to be warehoused, many other Americans are put to work to make sure the process is smooth, safe and efficient.
Rising fuel costs, deteriorating infrastructure and the quest to lower carbon emissions are real challenges to the transportation and logistics industry. However, bright spots such as developing markets and new supply chain information technologies ensure a promising future ahead. When combined with the advent of high-speed rail and increased airline efficiencies, it is clear this already huge market is primed to become even larger.
Industry leaders need a comprehensive publication to keep pace with this dynamic marketplace. Transportation & Logistics International is their mustread trade publication to stay abreast of critical issues and trends.
Through our print and digital publications, website, industry associations and independent editorial, Transportation & Logistics International keeps executives in the know. Each issue profiles dozens of successful companies in the transport, shipping, supply chain management and logistics sectors, and provides our readers with timely interviews that showcase best practices in efficiency and management.
Transportation & Logistics International is the just-in-time vehicle for industry readers who want to read about, reach and influence the top decision makers in this vital industry.