Biz New Orleans October 2015

Issue Articles

Dollars are Up for Dress Up

Local costume shops are seeing revenues rise year after year.

Real Men Wear Pink

Publisher’s Note


October 2015

Savoring More than the Flavor

Does the color of your bowl affect the taste of your food? You’d be surprised.

Risen from the Grave

House of Shock “Resurrection” promises new thrills.
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The Month of American Sports

With college football, NFL, MLB, NBA and hunting in action, it’s the best time of the year for sports fans.

Totally Jazzed

Long before this year’s winners are announced, the New Orleans Film Festival celebrates some big wins of their own.

More Lessons From Across the Sea

Japanses disaster entrepreneurism, Part 2.

Cultural Primer

Trust, respect and lasting relationships epitomize Asian business culture, customs.

Oh The Places We’ll Go…

...assuming you’re on Yelp, Google Maps or Apple Maps.

Newcomers’ Ball

New Orleans is constantly attracting new residents — a look at where they’re coming from.
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Location, Location, Location

A look at the current status of commercial affordability, and unaffordability, throughout Greater New Orleans.

Are You in the Cloud?

What you need to know about keeping your data safe.

Safe at Home

A look at the state of the local home health care industry.

Separate and Not Always Equal

Why loyalty programs are a must-have for the hotel and hospitality industry.
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Don’t Let the Quest for Perfect Ruin Good

In today’s fast-changing market, sometimes good is good enough.

Tower of Strength

From atop the Copeland Tower, Al Copeland Jr. successfully manages his family’s various companies.


With close to 50 years in the New Orleans real estate industry under his belt, Wade Ragas shares his thoughts on the present — and likely future — of the market.

Drone Sweet Drone

Landbros Aerial Photography showcases the positive side of this often-vilified technology.

K10 Panel

August 25th, 2015
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