Biz Chronicle Publisher spoke to GABB Aug. 28
David Rubinger, publisher of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, spoke on Aug. 28 to the state’s largest organization of professionals who broker business sales and purchases, the Georgia Association of Business Brokers.
The GABB meeting, which is free and open to the public, was held at the Atlanta Realtors Center at 5784 Lake Forrest Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA 30328. The monthly meeting was sponsored by GABB affiliate Andrew Moore, CPA, of Frazier and Deeter.
The publisher’s presentation is here. AtlBizChronPPT
The GABB is an organization of professionals who work with Georgia business owners to help them in the process of evaluating, marketing, financing and selling their businesses. They also work with business buyers including many individuals who have decided not to re-enter corporate America, but want to become their own bosses by purchasing and operating a Georgia business.
David Rubinger has spent the past 30 years as both an award-winning journalist and corporate communications executive. Two years ago, he returned to his roots at Atlanta Business Chronicle to become its Market President and Publisher. The Chronicle is one of the largest and most successful business journals in the United States. It is the flagship for American City Business Journals Inc., which has business journals in 43 markets throughout the country.
Mr. Rubinger began his career in Atlanta with Atlanta Business Chronicle in 1989 to cover banking, investment, and real estate industries. He later served as managing editor and editor of the Chronicle until he joined Ketchum Public Relations as its senior vice president in late 1998. In 2003, he was tapped by Equifax to lead the company’s global communications team, and in 2008 struck out on his own to start Rubinger Inc., a boutique corporate communications firm before returning “home” to the Chronicle in 2015.
A native of New York City, Mr. Rubinger is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., where he received a B.A. in government. He is a member of Leadership Atlanta, the Emory University Board of Visitors and Emory’s Center for Ethics. David is on the board of the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. He lives in Ansley Park with his wife, Hedy, who chairs the healthcare practice at law firm Arnall Golden Gregory. They have four children: Jill, who just completed her second year at UVA law school; Scott, who completed his junior year at UT Austin; and Adam and Eric, who are rising 11th graders at the Westminster Schools.
For more information about the GABB, contact GABB President Mike Ramatowski at 770-634-0428 or email@example.com call Diane Loupe at 404-374-3990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.