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Helping You Grow Your Business

Columnist: Norm Rosinski
November, 2017 Issue
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Welcome to the November Tomorrow’s Leaders issue of NorthBay biz magazine. In addition to all the stories this month, there’s a special report on cycling adventures in Wine Country. We hope you enjoy these features and columns in the areas only locally owned, glossy business publication. You can rely on NorthBay biz as your local source for business news and information, because as our tag line states, “Helping grow your business isn’t just something we do…It’s all we do!

After several months of hard work and dedication, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new responsive website, which allows for an optimal viewing experience. We’ve built the new website with you, the user, in mind. The streamlined user interface provides a more interactive experience, allowing access to more of our content, with more photos and artwork at your fingertips. 

You’ll find the improved navigation on the new site makes it easier to find information. As before, you’ll find our monthly features, stories and regular columnists. However, you can now add comments to our stories, so tell us how you feel, your thoughts on the subject or simply whether you agree or not. Additionally, you’ll find business tools and can post your events, press releases and highlight your business news to the North Bay’s business community.

With our new responsive website, you can browse the website, from mobile devices, as well as tablets and desktops. You can also browse based on your own interests, read articles, meet our team, learn more about our services, explore our many business tools, and examine the many ways we can help you grow your business.

If you’ve ever been involved in creating or updating a website, I’m sure you know it can sometimes be a long and frustrating endeavor. We certainly faced some setbacks and challenges throughout the process, but as the saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait.” Thanks to the entire NorthBay biz team for their hard work and dedication in helping make our new website a reality. NorthBay biz strives to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work. We invite you to connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to stay engaged in our continued coverage of the North Bay.

We hope you enjoy the fresh look and feel of our updated website and find that it serves as a valuable resource for you. We invite you to visit us and see all the changes and improvements at www.NorthBaybiz. For any questions, suggestions, or comments, please contact us online. We look forward to seeing you there.

That’s it for now. Enjoy his month’s magazine.

In this Issue

24 Hours

On October 8, Loren Davis, fire chief at Mountain Volunteer Fire Department in Sonoma County, was sitting at a poker table at Graton Casino in Rohnert Park at around 9:30 p.m. when his pager went off....

After the Fire

Recovery is only the beginning as Sonoma County and the North Bay looks towards a long period of hazard removal and rebuilding....

Leaders of Tomorrow: Noah Block

 Noah Block knows what it’s like to feel helpless and disconnected. A victim of bullying that began when he was in fourth grade, Block, 18, developed emotional problems that left him a...

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