In April, I wrote a column about the changing business climate and changes that we were incorporating into Insurance Networking. Well, there was one change that I didn't foresee, and it involves my job.In May, I became publisher of the magazine; I'm also retaining most of my duties as editor. It's a huge responsibility to oversee the operations of a magazine, but that has been my career ambition. I have been involved in publishing my entire career, from newspapers to association publications, and finally, with business publications such as Insurance Networking.
The most obvious question that our readers and advertisers may ask is what does this change mean for the magazine's future? In the short term, there won't be a noticeable change in the magazine's content or style.
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