Biz New Orleans June 2015

Issue Articles

The Sky’s The Limit

With rapidly increasing flight options, the Crescent City is poised to be a major player in the airlift industry.

Summer is here!

Editor’s Note

UNO Proud

Publisher’s Note

The Rich Aroma of Opportunity

A look at current hot spots for culinary growth

CEOs in Stilettos

FestiGals returns for its fifth year of women’s empowerment, professional development and cocktails.
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Major soccer broadcasts kick off June 6 at Finn McCool’s.

Let’s Get Together

Highlights from this year’s Louisiana International Film Festival

Opportunities in Every Drop

Looking for a business idea? Try managing water.

The Interview

You got one: Now what?

Car Sharing Killed the Taxi Star

Uber and Lyft are here: Does that mean taxis will disappear?
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Coming Home

Restaurateur Ralph Brennan leads Biz New Orleans on a personal tour through the newly renovated Brennan’s and discusses plans for his latest high profile acquisition.

KREWE du optic

Behind the Scenes

Credit Unions: Are They a Fit for You?

Louisiana credit unions saw an 8 percent increase in loans in 2014.

Play or Pay

Help for Businesses Navigating the Affordable Care Act

Priced out of Primary Care

Rising health insurance deductibles have some turning to alternatives.

An Industry In Reform

With drilling about to restart five years after the Deepwater Horizon spill, how have things changed?
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The Collector

Behind the walls of Liberty Bank and Trust lies a treasure trove of African-American art — the passion of bank President and CEO, Alden C. McDonald Jr.

Building Forward Momentum

Andrea Chen, executive director of the startup incubator Propeller: A Force for Social Innovation, is taking on New Orleans’ biggest problems, one venture at a time.

Bringing Water to the Desert

Recirculating Farms Coalition aims to pull New Orleans out of “food desert” status with their cutting-edge, water-based growing systems.
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