Biz New Orleans September 2015

Issue Articles

Mario and Lui-siana

Strong incentives and a creative community boost Louisiana's video game industry.

Time to Vote

Editor’s Note

Go Saints

Publisher’s Note


September 2015

Out of the Ashes and Into the Frying Pan

Post-Katrina, Crescent City dining has undergone an exciting renaissance.

Seafood and Eat It

Louisiana Seafood Festival highlights an economic engine.
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One for the Money, Two for the Show

With the on-campus football stadium paid off in its first year, Tulane focuses its second year on improving the program.

Running Home

Recently released NOLA-shot film “The Runner” has a special meaning to Baton Rouge native Brooke Hoover.

Common Ground

Part one in a two-part series on post-disaster Japanese entrepreneurism.

Kitchen Courtesy

We must all give the communal dining space the respect it deserves.

Too Cool for School

The future of education may be pants optional.
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Where Do We Go From Here?

Industry heavyweights share their hopes for Louisiana’s next governor.

Peel it easy!

Behind the Scenes

A Good Deal All Around

Recent growth is helping Delgado Community College offer more locals an affordable — and useful — education, while helping industries tackle workforce development.

Held Accountable

Local accounting firms battle to stand out from the crowd.

Sudden Windfall

What to do with a life insurance payout and how to create one that will best serve your survivors.

Angel Investors: Be Careful What You Ask For

The pros and cons of this last resort form of financing.
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Don’t Wait Until It Breaks

A properly managed network saves businesses time and money.

The Host With the Most

Terry Epton, president of Hosts New Orleans, welcomes Biz into his downtown office space.

Paying for a Safer City

With over $2 million in rewards for tips used to solve more than 15,000 felonies, Crimestoppers Greater New Orleans has fought against local crime for 34 years. President Darlene Cusanza discusses how NOLA crime has changed since Katrina, and what her organization is doing about it.

Knock, Knock, Booze There

Popping the Cork on Alcohol Delivery in New Orleans
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Issue Cover

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