Jane Butler Honored as One of Folio's Corporate Visionaries

NEW YORK, NY., June 10, 2015—Vendome Group, LLC announces that Jane Butler, CEO and Founder of Vendome Group LLC, was honored as one of Folio's Top Women in Media at a Folio Awards Luncheon at the Grand Hyatt NYC on June 8, 2015. These awards recognize the most influential women in media—those who have “fearlessly moved their teams, brands, and companies forward, made strides in their respective markets, and created lasting impressions on their colleagues,” as stated by Folio.

“It’s a true honor to be recognized by Folio, especially within the corporate visionary category and alongside such an impressive group of professionals,” said Butler, whose company includes such brands as Addiction Professional, Long-Term Living, Healthcare Informatics, iHT2, Apartment Law Insider, and Fair Housing Coach.

Others honored in the same category included women from ALM, Hearst Magazines, Forbes Business Media, Marie Claire, Bloomberg Media, and Harvard Business Review. The Folio awards encompassed 6 categories:  corporate visionaries; director-level doers; entrepreneurs; industry leadership; mentors; and rising stars.  

About Vendome Group

Vendome Group connects business professionals through market-defining media brands, live events, insightful content, and the latest industry information—all in support of the rapidly changing healthcare and real estate communities. Vendome’s Healthcare Media division focuses on live events, products and services for professionals in information technology (Healthcare Informatics); mental health (Behavioral Healthcare); addiction and recovery (Addiction Professional), long-term care (Long-Term Living); and ear, nose, and throat physicians (Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal).  Vendome’s Real Estate division publishes a host of specialized resources for commercial and residential real estate professional and their attorneys, including enewsletters, books, online industry alerts, as well as a searchable, online database offering 20 years’ worth of housing court and agency decisions.