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NJBIZ hires Ken Kiczales as publisher New Jersey's leading business journal hires veteran media executive with omnichannel experience

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Ken Kiczales has been named NJBIZ's new publisher.
Ken Kiczales has been named NJBIZ's new publisher. - ()

NJBIZ is pleased to announce the hiring of Ken Kiczales as its new publisher. Kiczales, a longtime media executive with New Jersey roots, has already begun engaging with the state's dynamic business community.

“I’m thrilled at the opportunity to sit down with N.J. businesses to discuss the ways in which we can help them grow,” says Kiczales. “From large corporations to small businesses, from North Jersey to South Jersey, we’re focused on expanding the editorial coverage of NJBIZ and building new bridges between the companies, industry segments and business professionals we serve.”

Kiczales, a resident of Marlboro, comes to NJBIZ following an illustrious career building marketing solutions for clients in mobile, digital, print and events.  He spent almost 20 years at the New York Post, where he was involved in creating innovative, integrated campaigns for Fortune 500 clients. More recently, Kiczales was a sales director for JoopLoop, a New Jersey startup mobile company offering brands a unique way to communicate with consumers. He was also a vice president, GM for Intersection, a technology company with a focus on out-of-home (OOH) advertising. Ken ran its New Jersey office, and worked closely with NJ Transit on developing its digital infrastructure. He was responsible for all advertising revenue on NJ Transit equipment, inclusive of buses, trains and train stations

Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, NJBIZ is the leading, weekly business journal in the Garden State. In addition to NJBIZ.com and its weekly printed edition, NJBIZ produces a variety of industry newsletters and hosts unparalleled business-oriented networking events.  

“We will continue our passion and commitment toward providing the best B2B coverage in New Jersey in tandem with the platforms that help our state’s businesses grow and flourish,” says Kiczales.

Are you a business executive, business owner or entrepreneur interested in raising your profile? Schedule a meeting to talk with Kiczales and find out how NJBIZ can help you in a variety of ways. Reach out to Kiczales by phone at (732) 246-5729 or email: kkiczales@njbiz.com.

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