It dawned on me the other day that time just seems to be speeding up in general. Some may attribute it to the aftereffects of living through an unprecedented global pandemic and the new normal seems different than what we have been used to. Others, just recognize that time is short no matter what the cause may be.
There simply never seem to be enough hours in the day or days left in the week to get everything done on the to-do list without feeling a little rushed in the process.
It was my youngest who tapped me on the shoulder the other day and gleefully reminded me that it was Halloween in a few short weeks. My first thought was to panic, and then I shrugged it off as just another indicator of how fast the time was passing us all by.
Here in the halls of Business View Publications, the feeling that there is too much to do and not enough time to do it resonates with the whole production, creative, and editorial team. This issue is brimming with features and we are in a flurry to produce to ensure that our pages are filled with all of the top features that are valued readers have become accustomed to.
This issue is just the tip of the iceberg. All of the issues that are upcoming for our Autumn publications will also be overflowing with prime business, regional, aviation, and industry profile features to keep our readers engaged.
For our October issue, we had a chance to sit down with executives representing some of the country’s most dynamic companies to discuss their upcoming business agenda. We also spoke with representatives from a host of some of the fastest-growing regions across the US to determine how they are anticipating economic expansion and still putting their valued residents first.
Capturing the momentum of commercial and residential development as well as the design know-how to bring construction projects to life filled our pages for this issue. We bring you in-depth features with leading players in the field including Breakhouse Inc., Coastline Construction, The Matt Laricy Group, Homes by Managen, Johnson & Sons Paving, and Kelly Kustom Homes. All these homes and construction firms are forging ahead with prime projects and are dominating their local markets.
Astro Machine Works, C&S Supply, Elettric80, Spinnaker, and Stern Laboratories also topped our feature list of innovative, forward-thinking industry leaders we were fortunate to profile in our October issue.
Each of the companies we profiled showed keen best practices and prime initiatives that will propel them further along their business agenda rounding out the year.
Economic growth is ripe and infrastructure initiatives have taken center stage for the municipalities that we interviewed. We sat down with city officials from American Fork, Utah, Cabot, Arizona, Carrollton, Georgia, Hillsborough, New Jersey to Spring Hill, Kansas among other thriving municipalities.
As business retention and attraction numbers continue to rise and upgrades to vital municipal services are in full swing for these regions, all without exception are ensuring that the needs of their residents take center stage.
Also flying through the final quarter of 2023, are some of the fastest-growing regional airports in the US and we spoke to their Airport Directors for a front-row seat into some of their upcoming plans to meet increased aviation traffic.
We were fortunate for this issue to profile Wheeling-Ohio County Airport, Thief River Falls Regional Airport, Sault Ste. Marie Airport, Pierre Regional Airport, and Decatur Airport among others for a first-class view into airport initiatives taking off in these busy aviation hubs.
With all our profiles we hope that our valued business leaders learn a little something new about their relevant business sector as well as something about key developments within other business sectors that may serve to increase productivity and represent a model to strive for.
As we continue to bring you features covering the very best in business, aviation, and municipal developments, we hope that you have a chance to sit down and enjoy our publication despite the lack of hours each day!
Editor in Chief