Introducing Manitoba Inc.
Next year is bringing new things for the province next door. 2022 will see the launch of Industry West’s sister publication, Manitoba Inc. “Since Industry West began in 2017, we have seen how connected our business community is to other provinces,” says Paul Huber, Industry West’s publisher. “We always knew that about Alberta, but we were pleasantly surprised by the ties we have to Manitoba.”
Planning began in 2020 and Manitoba Inc. began to take shape. This fall, Geoff Kirbyson joined the team as the associate publisher based in Winnipeg. A long-time business writer and former Winnipeg Free Press business reporter, Geoff’s byline has appeared in Industry West from its start. “I am excited to see what Manitoba Inc. will bring to business and industry in the province,” he says. “Like Saskatchewan, our province has remarkable stories to tell about the business we do here and around the world. It’s time we get to read about what we’re doing here, celebrate our successes, and get the advice and analysis that matters.”
Manitoba Inc. will launch in print in March 2022 with its Spring edition, focused on real estate, transportation and logistics. The magazine will also have a digital presence at manitoba-inc.ca with the quality news, analysis, advice and stories that have made its sister Industry West what it is today. “We’re here to provide what Manitoba’s business owners, senior leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, risk-takers and decision-makers need,” says Kirbyson. “It’s an exciting time for Manitoba business, and we’re thrilled to be part of it.”
Beyond its headlines, analysis and stories, Manitoba Inc. is also perfect for prairie business marketing strategies. “Our readers make important buying decisions for both their businesses and their lives,” says Kirbyson. “Whether they are buying IT or marketing services, or purchasing real estate and vacations, they are a market you don’t want to miss.”
If you’re doing business in Manitoba now, or want to expand, Manitoba Inc. is your source for all things in Canada’s ‘friendly’ province. Learn more at manitoba-inc.ca.