October 9, 2017 Last Updated 10:01 am

Ken Kiczales appointed publisher at BridgeTower Media’s NJBIZ

Kiczales spent almost 20 years at the New York Post, and more recently, was a sales director for JoopLoop, a NJ start-up mobile company

SOMERSET, N.J. — October 9, 2017 — NJBIZ, New Jersey’s leading weekly business journal, today announced the hiring of Ken Kiczales as its new publisher. NJBIZ is owned by BridgeTower Media, a leading provider of business information, events and marketing services for the legal, financial, construction and government sectors in more than 20 markets across the United States.

NJBIZ is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The website NJBIZ.com provides 24/7 business news. In addition, NJBIZ produces a variety of industry newsletters and hosts unparalleled business-oriented networking events.

“I’m thrilled to join the team at NJBIZ,” said Kiczales. “We will continue our passion and commitment toward providing the best B2B coverage in New Jersey in tandem with the platforms that help our state’s businesses grow and flourish.”

“We’re excited to bring an experienced leader like Ken on board,” said Adam Reinebach, President and CEO of BridgeTower Media. “His arrival coincides with the rapid expansion of NJBIZ’s online audience and a number of important events happening this month, including our CFO Breakfast on Oct. 10 and our third FoodBiz show on Oct. 24.”

Kiczales comes to NJBIZ following a distinguished career building marketing solutions for clients in mobile, digital, print and events. He spent almost 20 years at the New York Post, where he was involved in creating innovative, integrated campaigns for Fortune 500 clients. More recently, Kiczales was a sales director for JoopLoop, a NJ start-up mobile company offering brands a unique way to communicate with consumers. He was also Vice President and General Manager for Intersection, a technology company with a focus on OOH advertising, where he was responsible for all advertising revenue on NJTRANSIT buses, trains and train stations

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