Job well done
I am pleased to say that The Network Journal is doing a great job with the mix of articles concerning investing and up and coming entrepreneurs. I also like the fact that they sponsor dinners and banquets for men and women who are under the age of 40. TNJ has been a magazine that has interested me since the very first issue. I'm always looking forward to receiving the next issue because it contains a lot of vital information. To the staff of TNJ, keep up the good work. As soon as I become a business owner, I will let you know so you can feature us.
Teena V. Ezell, Brooklyn NY
Sounds good. We are always in search of interesting stories about entrepreneurs that are either just starting out or who have a strong track record. Feel free to let us know about your entrepreneurial pursuits; both the wins and losses. Also, keep your comments coming. Your feedback is critical in helping us assess whether or not we are meeting the needs of our readers. Thanks for the reinforcement.
Oh the possibilities!
I just wanted to take some time out to let you know how much I appreciate your publication. I'm inspired by the subjects that you feature and I've been moved to pursue some entrepreneurial ideas of my own. Take your October 2002 issue, for example. I could relate to the people that you featured in the issue and it made me think about all of the ideas that have been roaming around in my head. Now I'm going to take time to explore them. Thanks for helping me see some new possibilities.
M. Long New York, NY
You're welcome. The article that you are referring to, "The Big Idea," was designed to help our readers see that "everyday people" can do some extraordinary things as long as they thoroughly research their ideas and persevere. Please use your inspiration as motivation to realize your dreams and keep us updated on your progress.
Inspiration for entrepreneurs:
I think TNJ is very inspirational especially for the young black entrepreneurs that are trying to grow their businesses. I find it encouraging that people out there are trying to do the same thing that I am. In addition, I really appreciated the words of wisdom from Terrie Williams in your November issue. I'm impressed that there are celebrities that take the time to tell others what we need to do to succeed in business. I thought it was great that TNJ used its pages to send this message.