Business Black Box said this week that it will launch a Charleston version of its magazine that is popular for its ground-breaking stories, photography, use of augmented reality and nationally recognized partnerships.
The new Charleston magazine will provide customers with a style and format similar to the Greenville edition, which has grown the last seven years. The magazine's offices are located in downtown Greenville’s Ivey Building, 200 North Main Street.
“Business Black Box is unique because of our approach to the Upstate business community — from our partnership model to how we craft our content, everything is intentional and geared toward growing the business economy,” Jordana Megonigal, Business Black Box's publisher, said.
“This is about more than just a magazine coming to Charleston,” Michael Bolick, CEO of Selah Genomics and a member of the Business Black Box Advisory Council, said. “This is about offering a different and unique view on the business community. I am positive that Charleston political and business leaders will enjoy Business Black Box.”
“We can’t wait to start partnering with the Charleston community and telling the great stories of the people there,” Megonigal said.
The Charleston version is scheduled to launch in early 2016.