Biz New Orleans March 2024

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The Next Festival

In talking to Cheryl Landrieu, Jon Atkinson and Walter Isaacson for this month’s cover Q&A I could hear in their voices how excited they...

March Happenings

This month starts with a packed luncheon for the New Orleans Chamber. On Friday, March 1, at the New Orleans Marriott on Canal Street,...

New Orleans Entrepreneur Week and New Orleans Book Fest: A Jazz Fest for Ideas

It’s a combination that just makes sense — like cured meats and olive salad, or beads and feathers. And just like with both these incredible...

New Orleans Entrepreneur Week Debuts 3rd Coast Venture Summit

As the business community knows, it takes money to make money. Investment can be a catalytic force in any business; high-growth startups are built...

WRSTBND’s Playful New Office Space

After experiencing frustration with other event technology solutions, Conway Solomon and Jonathan Foucheaux co-founded WRSTBND in 2019 to provide various music and food festivals,...

State Clean Energy Efforts Receive Notable Financial Boost

A statewide effort to hasten the state’s transition to cleaner energy production has won the “largest and most competitive grant ever awarded” by the...
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Odyssey House Louisiana Caring for the Community

New Orleans is a collection of communities, and it’s at the community level where health disparities, access and outcomes are most apparent — and...

Healthy New Orleans Pelicans Add to Spring Festival Season

It generally takes the Saints and Carnival seasons to pass before the attention of local sports fans turns to the New Orleans Pelicans. For...

Panchita’s de Veracruz

"Mexican food” is a term so broad as to be almost indecipherable. In addition to the Americanized versions of it, virtually every region of...

Opinion: Today’s Mobile Apps Work Great

Hurricane Katrina destroyed my family’s home, an experience that is etched deep into my memory. In coastal states like Louisiana, hurricanes pose a growing threat. Despite...

Suis Generis: Zero-Waste Restaurant, Food Lab Changing Minds and Palates

Neighborhood restaurant treasure Suis Generis has been bringing new meaning to the phrase “waste not, want not” in the Bywater neighborhood since 2012. Suis Generis’...

A Challenging Year for Craft Beer and Breweries

Drive down Tchoupitoulas Street these days and you’ll find the city’s unofficial “brewery row.” Starting Uptown and heading downriver, you’ll pass Port Orleans Brewing Co.,...
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Middendorf’s Celebrating 90 Years

For 90 years, a drive north or south across the Manchac swamp has meant thin-fried catfish to generations of fans of Middendorf’s — the...

Story of a Startup: Divine Inspirations Products and Services

It’s never too late to become a successful entrepreneur. A real-life example of this truth is septuagenarian Shelley Thomas, founder and owner of Divine Inspirations...

Evan Holmes

Education: Ohio University (BA, MBA, MSA) Hidden Gem: Deutsches Haus Advice: Always give credit to, and advocate for, your people. Oh, and learn how to use...

Digital Preservation: How Technology is Safeguarding New Orleans’ Cultural Heritage

In many ways New Orleans is living, breathing history. But like anything else, that history has to be protected and maintained for future generations. Preservation...

B2B Services in New Orleans

Whether you are searching for accounting expertise, accomplished project managers, or IT wizards, these B2B service providers can ease pain points in your company...

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