Coming Up in the Portal
In every issue of the Portal, we invite our authors to share their experiences, success stories, learning experiences, and vision with others in the moving and forwarding industry. In addition to our regular columns, feature articles for each issue are united by a central theme. This page contains the theme, guidelines, and deadlines for the upcoming issue of the magazine and will change regularly. Our editorial calendar will give you a glance further into future issues, and the Submit Your Story page details regular columns to which you may submit articles and news, as well as our submission guidelines and instructions.
IAM-YP Focus: Think Globally, Act Locally
"Think globally, act locally" is a phrase that suggests that people should consider the global consequences of their actions and try to make a positive impact in their local communities. It is often used in the context of environmentalism and sustainable development. It suggests that individuals and communities can contribute to global efforts to protect the environment and promote social justice by taking action in their neighborhoods and towns. The phrase emphasizes the interconnectedness of the world and the importance of considering the long-term impact of our actions.
The July/August issue of the IAM-YP Portal magazine will showcase how member organizations have embraced corporate social responsibility (CSR) to fulfill their business goals and principles and how companies implemented CSR programs.
Please send all inquiries and submissions to Will Kohudic, Editor, at email@example.com.
You may write a complete article or simply provide the suggested information and we’ll include it in a staff-written overview article.
High-resolution digital photos (as separate image files, not embedded in your Word document) are welcome and will be used with your story as space permits.
We don’t have a specific word limit but suggest about 500-800 words. Remember that all submissions are subject to editing.
You may provide your text in an email message or as an attached Word document.
Be sure to include the author's name, job title and company with your submission.
Send your contribution and any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos must be high-resolution for print; a mobile phone photo at original size is usually acceptable.