Media Moves

American Inno connects websites with ACBJ papers

August 7, 2020

Posted by Chris Roush

American Inno, which covers startups, technology and growth in 14 markets, is connecting its websites with its sister business news publications at American City Business Journals.

A post on its website states, “By being on this platform, Inno will be able to tell more stories and reach more people, as well as benefit from the tools, services and expertise of one of the country’s largest local newsrooms and operations.

“What’s changing? Beyond providing more value faster…nothing much. We have a new look and layout, with a focus on a cleaner, more mobile-friendly aesthetic. It’ll now be easier to find and access our evergreen resources and features, allowing Inno to truly serve as an onboarding platform to the local ecosystem. Stories are now organized into a dozen core categories, including profiles, Inno Insights, roundups and more.

“Inno will remain free to users and, if you’re a subscriber to the newsletter, you’ll now have an account on the Business Journals where you can update newsletter and subscription settings.

“As a now formal piece of the Business Journals, we’ll be working together with the local team to deliver the best reporting and resources on the city and region’s innovation economy, all which can be found right here on this site.”

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