Introducing the new BizTimes Milwaukee

Check out the redesigned magazine

The cover of the new BizTimes Milwaukee magazine.

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:05 pm

BizTimes Media has redesigned and relaunched its flagship product, BizTimes Milwaukee.

The new magazine was unveiled exclusively at BizTimes Media’s BizExpo on Wednesday, and is in the mail to subscribers now. The digital edition of BizTimes Milwaukee is now available using the link below.


BizTimes Milwaukee now has a new size, design and rotating stable of features, keeping each issue fresh while continuing to provide business leaders with strategic insight, keep them informed and bring them behind the scenes of Milwaukee’s most interesting businesses. BizTimes Milwaukee engages its readers by digging deeper into business trends and providing thorough analysis.

“Our goal with this new design is to provide a dynamic reader experience with a fresh, colorful, modern layout; impactful graphics and photos to effectively tell stories; and a convenient magazine-size publication,” said Dan Meyer, publisher of BizTimes Milwaukee. “We’ve added a number of new features and tools to help you grow your business and get to know other business leaders better.”

This most recent redesign is one of several that have occurred since Meyer founded BizTimes Media in April 1995. The locally-owned company has continuously adapted its content and delivery to provide the best possible product for readers.

The cover of the new BizTimes Milwaukee magazine.

The magazine redesign is a complement to the redesign of BizTimes Media’s website,, which was launched 18 months ago. Traffic on has more than doubled since it was relaunched – a testament to the more user-friendly site and the coverage produced by BizTimes’ hardworking reporting team.

“Like most of your companies, BizTimes is locally owned, and we are here for you as a champion of local business, big and small,” Meyer said. “We are here to be the innovative, authentic and experienced voice of the entire metropolitan Milwaukee business community.”

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Molly Dill, former BizTimes Milwaukee managing editor.

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