The Atlanta Business Chronicle Magazine, a weekly publication, is a business newspaper specific to Atlanta. With the biggest highlights, headlines and news of everything Atlanta related, many business owners have been staying in tune to each weekly issue published to get the latest scoop of information.
Within the pages of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, you can find financial stories, information of new health and technology advances, real estate articles, and many political topics.
Advance your decision making skills by reading about other business professionals and how they manage their companies. With the Atlanta Business Chronicle, you will become aware of the most recent trends in the business industry to help keep your company with the times.
Learn about sponsor benefits and opportunities to help spread the word and advertise your business. Be informed of the latest events you can attend, including: the Book of Lists Celebration, CFO of the Year Awards, 40 Under 40 Awards and so many more!
The Atlanta Business Chronicle is committed to giving their audience of nearly 30,000 viewers each week, the information needed to boost their company revenue, awareness, and success.
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Amy Wenk is currently a staff writer for the Atlanta Business Chronicle and she covers topics such as retail, restaurants, and hospitality. Previously she worked as a local editor for Midtown Patch, a staff writer and photographer for Reporter Newspapers, and a news editor, writer, and copy editor for the Neighbor Newspapers. She attended Clemson University to obtain a bachelor’s degree in English.
Dave Williams presently works as a staff writer for the Atlanta Business Chronicle covering every Government related information, news or event.
David Allison holds the position of editor for the Atlanta Business Chronicle and has been in that position for over 17 years. Before working as editor, he worked as a reporter for the Atlanta Business Chronicle. So he has been with the business journal for over 28 years. He attended Georgia State University and graduated in 1984.
Ellie Hensley works as a staff writer for the Atlanta Business Chronicle covering topics such as health care, entertainment and anything in general. She has been working for the Atlanta Business Chronicle for over two years and has previously held writer, journalist or reporter positions at Points North Atlanta, Columbia Home Magazine, and Columbia Missourian. She attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Jacques Couret presently works as the senior online editor of the Atlanta Business Chronicle. He is also in charge of managing social engagement. For over 16 years Couret has been with the Atlanta Business Chronicle, but has previously worked editor positions at companies such as Chartwell, Inc. and National Real Estate Investor. He received a 1st place award in 1997 for Deadline Reporting from the Georgia Associated Press, a Golden Eagle from American City Business Journals from 2001-2003, 2005 and 2009, and he was named employee of the year in 2008 from the Atlanta Business Chronicle. He went to Loyola University of New Orleans and received a bachelor’s in communications.
Jessica Saunders has been the managing editor for Atlanta Business Chronicle for over 4 years and is still currently working in that same position. Before becoming a managing editor, she worked as an industry focus editor for the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Prior to taking any position at Atlanta Business Chronicle she worked as a freelance writer and a contributing editor for The Registry San Francisco. She also worked as a reported for the East Bay Business Times and a newswoman for the Associated Press.
Maria Saporta is one of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s contributing writers. She covers anything that may include news about non-profits or philanthropy. She has been writing for the Atlanta Business Chronicle for over 7 years and has previously held a Vice President position at the Alliance Francaise d’Atlanta. Prior to becoming a part of the Atlanta Business Chronicle she worked with the Atlanta Journal Constitution for 27 years. She earned her masters degree in urban studies from Georgia State University and her bachelors degree in journalism from Boston University.