Nordic Business Report Published

The third issue of Nordic Business Report is published today in Finland together with Kauppalehti Optio. The magazine is also available for free download at

The magazine will be also published tomorrow in Estonia together with Äripäev, Estonian’s biggest financial media, and in the beginning of September in Russia together with Chief Time, high quality business magazine in Saint Petersburg. The total circulation of the printed version of the magazine is about 90,000. The magazine will also be sent to all 5,300 Nordic Business Forum 2014 guests in September.

As in the previous years, also this year the magazine includes a ranking of successful business thinkers. This time the ranking includes the 30 most promising Northern European leaders under the age of 30, that is, 30 Under 30 in Northern Europe. In addition to the ranking, the magazine includes interesting articles on leadership and marketing, interviews with Tony Fernandes and Jim Collins, and columns from Keith Cunningham and Lauri Järvilehto, just to name a few.

Nordic Business Report is an annually published high quality business magazine. The publication is available only in English. The magazine is produced by Nordic Business Forum together with professional journalists.

Additional information:
Hans-Peter Siefen, Nordic Business Report, editor in chief, +358 50 412 0783


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