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Tourism: Events are Roaring Back in 2021

Brandy Evans | Special to BIZ. Magazine The year 2020 started with such promise. Momentum was building in the meetings market and bids were being...

Mike Johnson: I-49 Inner-City Connector delayed

The I-49 Inner-City Connector project is looking at a delay of at least 18 months, according to Congressman Mike Johnson, R-Dist. 4. He made...

What will reopening the economy look like?

Chambers of commerce  offer help, information to local businesses Despite Gov. John Bel Edwards’ extension of a stay at home order until May 15, businesses...

We still have much to be #thankful for

While there has been much uncertainty in our lives as we have changed our routines to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, you have actually had...

Louisiana: Open for business

After the unprecedented shut-down of Louisiana’s economy necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, our state is ready to get back to work. Governor John Bel...

Going back to work may mean a new career

Many workers in North Louisiana are struggling because of the uncertainty of not knowing if, or when, their jobs will return. But they should...

Workplace safety in the reopened economy

With cases of COVID-19 on the decline in the United States, federal, state, and local governments have begun to ease the various restrictions currently...

Forged in crisis: The making of a better BPCC

The world of higher education is in a state of flux, and a new normal is coming at us like a Jordan Hicks fastball. ...

La. Tech pivots with the changes

At Louisiana Tech University, we recognize that education and the industry of learning is changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Educators and institutions across the...

Why ‘Why’ matters to your business

One spring day when I was seven, Dad told me to pick up the bits of trash in the yard.  I asked Dad why. ...