Biz New Orleans June 2017

Issue Articles

A New Voice in the Fight

Is the film industry a good idea for Louisiana? A Tulane professor weighs in with her new book.

Baby Steps

Editor’s Note

Find Your Retreat

Publisher’s Note


3, 4, 10, 11 Parade of Homes by Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans   6 New Orleans Chamber of Commerce Power Lunch 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1515 Poydras St. 5th...
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New Orleans Chamber 2nd Quarter Luncheon

Friday, April 7 | The Roosevelt Hotel — Roosevelt Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Industry News

Travel Condor Airlines Begins Nonstop Service The second nonstop European flight to launch from New Orleans this year, Condor Airlines began service to Frankfurt, Germany on...

What’s Driving Growth?

More people are leaving than coming domestically, but New Orleans’ population is still up.

The Foam is Rising Again

A new golden age of golden ale may be upon us.

Not Your Father’s Conference

FestiGals offers a full weekend of professional and personal development tailored for each attendee.
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Fathers, Sons and Checkered Flags

Families spanning generations add a special element to auto racing.

The O Bar

Behind the Scenes

From Micro to Mainstream

Fund 17 is launching a mentorship program this month to help guide micro-entrepreneurs to the next level.

Technically Speaking

Avoiding the pitfalls and distractions of teleworking, conference calls and video meetings

End User Training:

Don’t let it be an afterthought.

Taxing Situation

Louisiana budgetary woes cause concern over business incentive programs
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Working with Alzheimer’s

Local elder care specialists are employing creative methods.

It’s That Time Again

June 1 marks the start of this year’s hurricane season. Is your company prepared for disaster?

Getting the Most from Your Gadgets:

Tips for Promoting Device Longevity

What Do We Do Now?

Representing one of the nation’s largest health and wellness companies, Rhonda Bagby, market VP for Humana’s Employer Group Segment in Louisiana and Mississippi, offers advice to local businesses in uncertain times.

Work It!

Want to see health premiums go down and employee morale go up? Your workplace could probably use a health kick.

Cultural Shift

Studio Arabi and the Arlene and Joseph Meraux Charitable Foundation create an art community and destination in St. Bernard Parish.
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Addiction Treatment Redefined

Dependency Pain Treatment Centers is finding success with a new method of treating opioid addiction.

Giving Beyond Borders

HeartGift Louisiana offers businesses the chance to help save the lives of children from around the world.

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