Business Insider/YouTube Business Insider /YouTube 1 of 5 Advertisement Business Insider and Buzzfeed are teaming up to launch a new digital media portal that will allow businesses to engage more directly with consumers.
The platform will be called Business Insider.
Business Insider will allow users to find news, videos, podcasts, and other content, while Buzzfeed will offer a curated library of articles, photos, and stories.
The two companies say they plan to release the product in phases.
Business Insider has been building out its business news and digital product offerings for a few years now, offering a wide range of news and features, from business tips to business insights to personal finance.
BusinessInsider, which has more than a million subscribers, is owned by CBS Corp.
The new business portal will allow business owners to share news and other relevant content directly with their customers.
The portal will be launched this week, Business Insider said.
BusinessInsider will be built around the “Business Insider” platform, which will be powered by the Newsstand app on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Web.
The company said it will make sure that all of the content that is available through Business Insider is relevant to the business.
The news site is an app-based news aggregator that features top stories from Business Insider news outlets.
Business Insiders will also be able to find out more about the companies that they work for by following their stories on Twitter.
The company said that it plans to partner with social media platforms to deliver relevant content to the Business Insider app.
The platforms include Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.
The partnership will be announced this week and could bring more direct interaction between the two platforms.