BI 2.0

Sept. 7, 2001

A few years back, I got a fortune cookie that read: "Lucky are those who live during interesting times." I was terrified to continue with my Kung Pau Chicken.

BI magazine has withstood some interesting times. This year, BI underwent a dramatic makeover; it emerged fresh-looking and bold. The transformation is continuing this time on the editorial side.

Expect expanded coverage and new features. This month's BI delivers in-depth coverage of seating selection guidelines, facilities managers' sound off on interior products, and World Workplace. Next year, we want to be able to cover topics like this and more.

2002 marks my fourth year with BI; I've placed quite an emotional and intellectual investment in this publication. I'm excited, exhilarated, and a little frightened by the opportunity to better serve facilities and design professionals, as well as top-level executive officers, with increased editorial coverage.

I look forward to the challenge of these interesting times and welcome your feedback on the design and editorial content of the new and improved BI. The journey continues.

- Regina Raiford, Senior Editor ([email protected])

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