After months of planning and preparation, the Mississippi Business Journal has moved to our new location at 200 North Congress Street, Suite 400, in downtown Jackson. The first “official” day in the new offices was March 20.
“Our former headquarters on Galaxie Drive served us well over the years, but our new offices provide many pluses,” said MBJ managing editor Ross Reily. “Perhaps the most important is that it puts the MBJ in the heart of the Capital City, which is the hub of Mississippi business and industry.”
The new MBJ headquarters is located at the intersection of North Congress Street and Amite Street — between the State Capitol and the Governor’s Mansion. The new complete mailing address is Mississippi Business Journal, 200 North Congress Street, Suite 400, Jackson, MS 39201.
All phone numbers and e-mail addresses remain the same.
“Downtown Jackson is currently seeing a major renaissance,” Reily said. “New developments that are underway or that are ‘on the books’ are exciting, and the MBJ is pleased and proud to be a part of Jackson’s new-look downtown.”
Contact MBJ staff writer Wally Northway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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