The Herald Business Journal

The Herald Business Journal

The Herald Business Journal launched in 1998, and is published monthly by The Daily Herald. Featuring Snohomish County business and technology news, we highlight the people who make it happen.

HBJ brings readers news about business trends, trade shows, economic forecasts and technology. We provide news about residential and commercial real estate, people on the move and profiles of business leaders and entrepreneurs. We cover chambers of commerce, Economic Alliance Snohomish County, the Port of Everett and the Navy’s impact on local business.

Devoted exclusively to covering the Snohomish County business community.

Our regular monthly issues include Business News, Business Briefs, Business Profiles, Calendar of Events and People Watching. Annually we print an edition called Market Facts – a book of lists publication that includes statistical profiles of Snohomish County’s demographics growth and economic trends.

Colorful, informative and vital to its readers, the Herald Business Journal is a cost-effective advertising buy for your business.


44.4%

have college
degree

42.2%

ages 25 to 54 years

49.9%

are female

67.3%

family households

$73,139

median household
income

Source: U.S. Census: 2016 American Community Survey (5-year)

 

Special Sections

ISSUESPECIAL SECTIONSPACE DEADLINEPUB DATE
FEBBusiness NewsMon 01/22/2018Wed 01/31/2018
MARReal EstateMon 02/19/2018Wed 02/28/2018
APREmerging LeadersWed 03/28/2018Tue 04/03/2018
MAYExecutive of the YearWed 04/25/2018Tue 05/01/2018
JUNBusiness NewsWed 05/23/2018Tue 06/05/2018
JULPort of Everett 100th AnniversaryWed 06/27/2018Tue 07/03/2018
AUGHigher EducationWed 08/01/2018Tue 08/07/2018
SEPBusiness WomenWed 08/29/2018Tue 09/04/2018
OCTPaine Field Grand OpeningWed 09/26/2018Tue 10/02/2018
NOVHealth CareWed 10/31/2018Tue 11/06/2018
DECBanking & InvestmentsWed 11/28/2018Tue 12/04/2018
JANMarket FactsWed 12/26/2018Tue 01/01/2019

 The Snohomish County Business Journal has played an integral role in my Agency’s ability to interact and attract new clients from the business community. By advertising in the Journal, the extensive list of business community members is at my fingertips. Simply put, it pays to advertise with this publication.
– Amy Drewel
Owner/Agent American Family Insurance