Biz X magazine, publishing since 1998, is an international border city publication for businesses and people in Windsor, Ontario (Canada) and Detroit, Michigan (USA).
In every edition Biz X delves into the issues, ideas, people, businesses and stories that make our region unique.
We offer 10 jam packed issues (print and digital) every year promoting good news in Windsor-Essex! We feature the information and editorial content that local business owners and managers need to know to conduct business in the area and tips to help them stay in business.
Biz X magazine is dedicated to providing insightful, creative and exciting articles, with equally splendid graphics to illuminate the content of our publication, proving you can judge a book BY ITS COVER!
Awards and Recognition
The following awards shows that Biz X magazine is very well respected in our community and continually through the years has supported our community. These awards are only bestowed to companies and people that show integrity in the way they conduct themselves as well as their business.
2007, Biz X magazine Publisher Deborah Jones earns the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from the Windsor & District Chamber of Commerce. To date, she is the ONLY woman so far to receive this award.
2009 Festival Network Partnership Award in recognition of Biz X magazine’s many years of support & contribution to the Windsor & Essex County Festival Industry.
2009 Media Award presented to Biz X magazine by the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
2012 Windsor Essex Goodwill Honorary Patron Recognition Awarded to Biz X magazine.
2013 Deborah Jones receives one of the first “Windsor Women of the Year” awards from the Ladies Exclusive Alliance.
2014 and 2015 Run For Rocky Recognition Award in support of the Windsor-Essex LGBT Community.
Deborah Jones receives the “2016 Vocational Service Award” from the Rotary Club of Windsor Roseland.
Biz X magazine named the “2015 Outstanding Business” by the Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association.
Biz X magazine named the 2017 winner of the “Media Award” from the Windsor & District Chapter of the Kidney Foundation of Canada.