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Urban Enterprise Magazine (formerly 3XS Magazine) is extremely excited about gearing up for its new look and name change. The magazines editorial content will continue to include all the issues that concern entrepreneur minded individuals within the business and entertainment sector. However, over the years in realizing an opportunity to fill missing void Urban Enterprise Magazine now endeavors to empower independent businesses that have overcome hardships to develop their professional skills. The magazine also features profiles of remarkable individuals with the latest success story that demonstrate impact of accomplishments as well as those seeking start-up information.

CEO/Publisher Micah White brings her entrepreneurial skills, depth of professional contacts, and the right organizational skills to achieve optimum success for Atlanta's # 1 magazine for today's urban professionals. We are enthusiastic about our future with our new look and name change, states Ms. White. Our readers are risk-takers who thrive on growth and innovation, so the name change reflects and conveys our need to express what we specialize in, she adds. Urban Enterprise Magazine will continue to offer actionable information and practical inspiration according to Senior Writer Rahiem Shabazz whose been with White & Sons Media Group since its early days. Mr. Shabazz brings a battery of journalistic skills from his days as a freelance writer for several reputable magazines. "I immediately knew I wanted to be apart of White & Sons Media Group when my eyes tweaked with excitement as I read through the first few issues," recalls Shabazz. "I'm extremely confident that our expertise will complement the important work we have ahead of us as we launch the new name and look of the magazine. With a team that consists of other great journalists and staff members, which includes Managing Editor Shakira Hightower, Entertainment Editor Kim Mitchell, V.P of Marketing Mike Black, Operation Manager Joseph Carswell, Sale Director Lisa Hamilton, and a host of Interns and Project Managers the magazine will have a spectacular future.

Urban Enterprise Magazine targets professionals within business, entertainment, politics, film, and fashion in several different markets with readers between the age of 18 to 45.
The management team continues to research, assess, and adapt to the changing of the publishing industry. The ownership remains proud of past progress and success, but focused always toward reaching its ultimate goal. "I want customers to walk away from our office saying, "This is where I want to do business." Ms. White concludes. "Our customers will walk away knowing we are capable and trustworthy.


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