We make business executives look good among their peers by creating the best custom media. This is at the heart of everything we do; it is inherent in the processes of each of our departments. You may ask, “What is the ‘best’ custom media?” To answer that, we refer you to our portfolio. As the saying goes: a picture is worth a thousand words.
We partner with C-suite professionals to understand what makes them and/or their company stand out. Then, our award-winning team of editors and designers takes over, crafting a feature worthy of showing off, published inside a magazine delivered to the desks of fellow business leaders via print publication, iPad app, and our website.
We are a fast-growing company of young, entrepreneurial, creative professionals in Chicago’s up-and-coming River West neighborhood. Our workplace is a social environment where staffers are engaged in both their work and their peers, collaborating with one another on each and every project.
"Our Living Future unConference is well attended and highly regarded. Green Building & Design magazine shares our goal to provide the latest industry information and innovation. The gb&d staff is accurate and dependable, and the magazine was a welcome partner to this year's sold-out event. We look forward to future collaboration."− Gina Brinole, The International Living Future Institute
"We received our magazines today, and they look BEAUTIFUL! How exciting to see the magazine take tangible form. An enormous ‘thank you’ to you and your staff for putting together this wonderful book!"− Elanna Mariniello, Hispanics in Philanthropy
"I was very impressed by the professionalism of the staff. They accommodated my schedule, were easy to deal with, and made the overall experience easy and pleasant. I was also very pleased with the quality of the final product."− Horacio E. Gutiérrez, Corporate VP, Deputy General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation
"Wow, very well done. I like the look and feel of the magazine, and it shows very well on my iPad. A big 'thank you' from Lockheed Martin."− Haden Land, VP & Chief Technology Officer, Lockheed Martin
"Thank you very much for the wonderful feature. I am thrilled to be included and am very pleased with the article and how nicely it captures all that we are doing at Canada's Walk of Fame. I have received many congratulatory notes from colleagues and friends. Your team was a pleasure to work with throughout the process."− Mary Pompili, COO, Canada's Walk of Fame
"What a great experience and magazine. The writing, editing, and photography were top notch. Everyone with whom I worked was focused on quality results."− Leonard Burridge, General Counsel, Weis Builders
What’s Happening at Guerrero Howe
Following dinners earlier this year in Miami and Chicago, Hispanic Executive held its third-ever invite-only Uniting Powerful Leaders VIP dinner event in Los Angeles
Vianni Busquets and Krista Lane Horbenko represented Hispanic Executive at the 2014 NCLR Annual Conference in Los Angeles, where the magazine served as one of the gathering’s official media partners.
Kyle Newton, American Builders Quarterly’s designer, recently spent 10 days as one of 10 young designers from across the globe selected to participate in Camp Firebelly.
The editors at Green Building & Design (gb&d) are gearing up for the AIA National Convention (#AIACon14) and decided to put together a neighborhood guide for attendees of the annual architecture conference.
From Our Magazines
Chicago’s chief sustainability officer, Karen Weigert, leads the implementation of a plan as varied as it is ambitious
After making a splash among travelers, the domestic carrier tackles becoming a mature company without sacrificing the culture that made it take off in the first place
A $2.5 billion downtown revitalization project is bringing a multipurpose sports venue and 22 acres of mixed-use development to the Oilers’ hometown. CFO and executive VP Darryl Boessenkool discusses the project, which will be the largest downtown entertainment district in Canada.
The new $100 million, 80,000-square-foot Hakkasan Las Vegas is four times the size of the city’s typical nightclubs, and it was YWS Design & Architecture that found the room for it through creative planning.