Business 2.0: A Year Later, Where Are They Now?

It officially marks a year since our valiant efforts to save Business 2.0, a magazine that many people dearly loved and turned to for its informative look at all aspects of the new economy. Taking a moment to honor all of the editors and writers that made Business 2.0 what it was, we did some research to find out where they ended up after the magazine was closed. Here’s what we’ve found (and in no particular order):

As for your humble servants who started the whole “Save Business 2.0” movement with a simple Facebook group,

  • Colin Carmichael blogs about social media and recently launched the Cambridge Reporter – a local online newspaper. Next month, Colin joins the national offices of the Presbyterian Church in Canada as its communications executive.
  • Sebastien Provencher is co-founder of Praized Media and your host in this blog (no surprise to most of my readers I suspect).

Update:

Update 2: I was told I missed many people who were key contributors to the success of the magazine.  I apologize to anyone who felt slighted in any way by this post.  That was obviously not the intention and was done in good faith.  Feel free to add your names in the comments below and I’ll them to the list.

6 thoughts on “Business 2.0: A Year Later, Where Are They Now?

  1. Seb –

    I really appreciate your efforts for saving this magazine.

    Someone should take up publishing the 101 Dumbest Moments in Business.

    I don’t subscribe to Fortune, but love WIRED and Fast Company.

    Another loss (several years earlier) was The Industry Standard. That was a pretty remarkable rag.

    Great seeing you in Atlanta at the Kelsey Group’s DMS’08. You rocked on the “future of YP session”

  2. Seb –

    I really appreciate your efforts for saving this magazine.

    Someone should take up publishing the 101 Dumbest Moments in Business.

    I don’t subscribe to Fortune, but love WIRED and Fast Company.

    Another loss (several years earlier) was The Industry Standard. That was a pretty remarkable rag.

    Great seeing you in Atlanta at the Kelsey Group’s DMS’08. You rocked on the “future of YP session”

  3. Was sad to see it go. I was actually trying to explain the magazine to someone this afternoon. I think so many people that would have enjoyed reading the mag never even knew it existed…it’s one of the many demos that are hard to target with traditional media.

  4. Was sad to see it go. I was actually trying to explain the magazine to someone this afternoon. I think so many people that would have enjoyed reading the mag never even knew it existed…it’s one of the many demos that are hard to target with traditional media.

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