Commercial Construction & Renovation goes monthly
To help navigate these changing times, CCR is publishing 12 digital issues, adding virtual meetings & events
SUWANEE, GA — In a time when information and connections are critical, Commercial Construction & Renovation magazine recognizes the need to keep the industry updated, educated and ready to move forward. That is why—starting in May— the magazine now will be publishing 12 monthly digital issues, as well as adding a number of virtual meetings and events for the commercial construction community.
The changes will add more opportunities to distribute its industry leading content, which includes in-depth interviews with industry brands, project profiles, special reports, market updates, and much more. Also included are the magazine’s highly regarded Commercial Kitchens, Federal Construction and Craft Branding and Marketing special sections.
For industry professional who still want a printed version of the magazine; each issue will be made available for our advertisers and cover interviews. In addition, each digital magazine will be available as a print-on demand offering, including a link where you can order ready-to-print issues.
Along with its monthly digital magazine format, the publishing team recently rolled out its weekly CCR e-Digest. The weekly newsletters include the latest industry news, notes and project updates, as well as up close and personal conversations with industry professionals.
In addition, CCR founder and publisher David Corson is hosting CCR Coffee Talk, an engaging and informative podcast featuring some of the industry leading professionals and thought leaders. The podcast also will be available on Spotify, Google and Apple.
"What our industry needs more than anything is to keep operating under a positive, productive mindset," Corson says. "That means continuing to offer the invaluable content and resources we have been offering for the past 20 years. CCR has always been the source that industry professionals turn to for insights, advice and ways to build their business. In these changing times, we are just offering even more user-friendly content and efficient ways to do that."
In addition to the publication upgrades, the CCR team is bringing its highly regarded networking events to the virtual realm. In a time when every meeting counts, CCR is partnering with a number of its industry sponsors to offer a number of insightful virtual meeting and events, including its vaunted thought leader roundtable discussions and one-on-one meetings/connections.
The publication’s networking group—Commercial Construction & Renovation People—is also getting in on the action by transforming its regularly scheduled networking events into virtual hang outs.
"When you leave a CCR event, you walk away with more knowledge, stronger bonds and additional resources for your day-to-day job," Corson says. "Taking the vast community of professionals who make up the CCR family and connecting them in virtual meetings, roundtables and seminars is just taking our brand to the next level. We are excited about the possibilities and have been encouraged by the feedback we have received already."
For the past 20 years, Commercial Construction & Renovation has been your trusted resource in making the connections needed to do your job better, faster and more efficient—connections that help each of us design, build and maintain better commercial facilities.
For more information on Commercial Construction & Renovation, contact David Corson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael J. Pallerino, editor, at email@example.com.