About TNJ

    About TNJ USA

    The Network Journal is based in New York City and it is a monthly business magazine with more than 88,000 readers. The publication is distributed nationwide with a focus on the Tri-state area (NY/NJ/CT) and features business articles on finance, technology, career and advice for Black professionals and small business owners. More information can be found at the publication’s web site tnj.com.
    The Network Journal is a monthly New York City based print and online business magazine for Black professionals and business owners. TNJ was founded in 1993 and is dedicated to educating and empowering its readers by:

    I. Providing news and commentary on issues that affect the growth of business and the advancement of professionals in the workplace.

    II. Featuring successful entrepreneurs and professionals who offer insights on business- and career-building strategies.

    III. Highlighting business and career trends in key industries.

    IV. Providing information on valuable resources in the government, corporate and non-for-profit sectors.

    Each issue of TNJ also contains articles on technology, health, personal finance and entertainment. In addition to the magazine, TNJ hosts two signature event that honor professionals in the business world through its: 25 Influential Black Women in Business Luncheon (March); and the 40 Under Forty Achievement (USA) Awards Dinner (June).

    The growing success of The Network Journal can be witnessed through the many awards it has received from prominent local organizations. It has been honored by: the U. S. Small Business Administration for its “outstanding commitment to America’s small business,”; the National Minority Business Council, Inc., for “outstanding performance in media communications to the minority community,”; and by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency for “Outstanding Commitment and Positive Contribution to the MBE Community.” It has been featured on CNN and Fox Television Network, and has been profiled in The NY Daily News, Diaspora Magazine and several other publications.