JofA, Take a Bow


JofA, Take A Bow

I read several business publications in order to keep up to date on what’s happening in the industry, in the economy and with world events, and I am most impressed with the JofA . A recent subscriber, I find myself looking forward to the next month’s issue.

The articles are timely, informative, and pertinent, which makes them a pleasure to read. The insight the JofA lends makes me feel that I have a distinct advantage over those who do not read the magazine.

The executive summaries provide masterfully crafted synopses of the articles and are true time-savers. The layout and design are revolutionary for journals and make the publication easy to navigate. The format is so well done I believe I’ve noticed other magazines borrowing bits and pieces. I also appreciate the technology tips, which make me more efficient.

Keep up the good work.

Jason Itak
Palm Beach Atlantic College
West Palm Beach, Florida


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