We conceptualize and craft quality media and events that foster networking and idea share among the top talent in American business.
To recognize, promote, and develop great executives.
We are a fast-growing company in Chicago’s River West neighborhood. We work within a unified, vibrant culture, and we are focused on growth for the company, our brands, and our people.
"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, Microsoft Corporation
"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 found Sync to be a fresh alternative to CIO magazine."− Opinder Bawa, University of San Francisco
"Wow, very well done. I like the look and feel of the magazine. A big 'thank you' from Lockheed Martin."− Haden Land, 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, 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, Weis Builders
In the Office
Three Guerrero Howe titles—American Builders Quarterly, Hispanic Executive, and Profile—recently won four merit awards from The Society of Publication Designers.
If the only thing constant is change, Jaclyn Tumberger is one of the most consistent people you’ll meet.
Guerrero Howe publications took home five awards from the 2015 Folio: Show, the most in the company’s history.
Jason Montrie, president of Land of Lincoln Health, spoke to the Guerrero Howe office about missions and why they’re important for more than just business.