More Blueprints for Success, Please
The parenting Website I co-founded, MahoganyBaby.com, was featured in the September issue of your magazine. What an honor it has been to be recognized by such an important publication as yours. I am a new reader and look forward to articles that address companies doing business online and the challenges they face. The magazine’s other co-founder, Natasha S. Downing, and I turned our passion for writing, our thirst for Black parenting resources and our desire to build a nationwide village into a successful publication. I find your magazine to be smart, insightful and encouraging, and I would love to see more profiles of young businesses, including their blueprints for success. Thank you for being here.
Wilma Ann Anderson
Mahogany Baby magazine
The Next Generation of Business Leaders
I would like to see The Network Journal cover more local new businesses owned by young businessmen and women to see what they are doing as far as opening stores and salons and to hear about their services. I think that doing stories about the next generation of business leaders and how they can be role models would benefit people that are considering going into business for themselves. I know that there are a lot more events and developments than can be covered, but it could be a great market niche for TNJ to get into. It would also be nice to hear about things going on outside of the U.S.—maybe even travel.
Another feature could be to profile what positive things influential people and celebrities are doing with their time and resources.
New York City