JBIMJournal of Business & Industrial Marketing
JBIMJulius Baer Investment Management (Switzerland)
JBIMJournal of Building Information Modeling
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JBIM offers several actively managed core fixed income strategies for institutional and accredited individual investors, utilizing a quantitative research process to analyze risk and reduce volatility.
JBIM is a fixed income-focused asset management firm based in Brookfield, Wis., with more than USD 550 million in assets under management (estimated as of June 30, 2018).
Before forming JBIM, Bryden led fixed income investing for Campbell Newman Asset Management and Reinhart, Mahoney and Bryden Capital Management, among other firms.
Rigano joined JBIM at its inception, after previously working for another Milwaukee-based investment firm where he was responsible for more than USD 500m in separately managed accounts.
Betzhold and Engel also joined JBIM at the firm's inception.
The objective of JBIM will remain to provide both academics teaching marketing and practitioners of marketing with new ideas concerning business-to-business marketing.
If everything thought could be written on an electronic bulletin board somewhere in hyperspace, would journals such as JBIM continue to exist and if so in what form?
Fortunately, both efforts were successful and now, after ten years of publication, JBIM is established as a leading journal in the field of business-to-business marketing - a leading area of marketing thought in terms of scholarly research and practical importance.
From its inception, JBIM's mission has been to disseminate new information - through publications - to increase the marketing sophistication of the sellers of business and industrial products and services beyond their current state-of-the-art practice.
Over its ten-year history, nearly 35 percent of the articles published in JBIM have come from practitioners - mostly from managers of well-known industrial companies and industry consultants.
To ensure this goal, the author's guidelines stated that, "...all articles submitted to JBIM are required to include a section on 'Managerial implications and recommendations'.
As a result of these specific objectives, we believe that JBIM is currently positioned between the Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing and Industrial Marketing Management [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].