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Business Chief USA

BizClik Media's 'Trademarked' B2B Platform Business Chief, operates on a regional level as a Digital Magazine, Website, Newsletter & Database operation, we currently deliver the Business Chief brand in the following regions: United States, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and Australia/New Zealand.

Business Chief US publishes exclusive insights into the 'Corporate Strategies' that drive the US's largest corporations, by profiling key decision makers, discussing the latest trends, and offering a unique inside look at their Senior Leadership teams.

Covering all aspects of Leadership, Strategy, Finance, Technology, Supply Chain and Sustainability - Business Chief USA offers premier analysis and commentary on latest business issues and trends that engage today's executives and professionals.

Business Chief USA's audience is comprised of Executive-Level decision makers throughout the US & Globally, with 65% at C-Level, V-Level & Executive Director Level.

Andy Turner
Chief Operating Officer
Olivia Minnock
Editorial Director
Andrew Woods
Editorial Director

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inLinx: A new glimmer of hope for social media

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After the recent data security breach faced by major social media platforms, there has been much negativity circling around the world of social media. It’s now up to new platforms like inLinx to off
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Unicorn Watch: Glossier and Rent the Runway, two female-led unicorns swell the ranks of a rare breed

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Female-founded Glossier and Rent the Runway both raise over $100mn to catapult themselves to Unicorn status
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Zoosk to be acquired by Spark Networks SE for $255mn

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Spark Networks' acquisition of Zoosk will more than double the dating app provider in size
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Starbucks commits 100mn to Valor Siren Ventures I

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With Starbucks serving as a cornerstone investor, Valor Equity Partners will attempt to raise the remaining $300mn over the coming months