Working Woman

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Date: Sun, 8 Aug 1999 21:17:50 +0100
From: Michael Uwe Moebius <m.moebius@uni-koeln.de>

Working Woman

http://www.workingwoman.com/

Working Woman is a business and technology publication. We are concerned
with the larger business picture. We are particularly interested in trend
pieces that target a specific industry and demonstrate how it is affected
by new technology, business practices or market situations. We do not
publish straightforward profiles of successful executives or
entrepreneurs.

The best sections through which to break into our magazine are Fast
Forward and Workshop. Fast Forward pieces are usually 200 to 500 words.
They are trend-oriented stories featuring new technology, business
strategies, people or products and demographic data that are changing the
face of their respective markets. The voice of this section is insider,
edgy, and irreverent. Although the articles are short, they are heavily
reported and must be tightly focused.

Workshop pieces are 500 to 1,000 words. These are service pieces focused
on career and money management, office technology, management practices,
and entrepreneurial and legal issues. Workshop serves as a guide for these
topics but is not a collection of advice columns or how-to articles. The
voice of workshop is knowledgeable and sophisticated without being overly
technical.

Please take note of the subjects that we do NOT cover: kids, school,
beauty, health, fitness, fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, home, food.
Don't be fooled by our name. Our readers are women, but our content is
business and finance. Our readers are high level executives and
entrepreneurs who are looking for newsworthy information about the
changing marketplace and its effects on their businesses and careers.

Columns and links include:

Career Marketplace
Stock Portfolio
Link to SBA
Link to NAFE
Subscriptions
Customer Care
Back Issues
Advertise
Sponsors
Staff
Contact Us
Writer's Guidelines
Link to Working Mother

Copyright (c) 1999 MacDonald Communications Corporation
(MCC) - all rights reserved

e-mail: editors@workingwoman.com

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, November 9, 1999
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