Hamoud Almahmoud, who was the first editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review Arabia, will head up the new product.
Arabic digital content provider Majarra has announced the launch of Fortune Arabia, the latest edition of the global platform for corporate, business and economic policy news.
Fortune Arabia is licensed by Fortune’s global platform, which published its first edition in 1930, and currently releases 10 international editions outside of the United States, including its Chinese, Greek, Korean, Indonesian, Indian, Italian, and Turkish language editions.
Fortune Arabia will launch on fortunearabia.com, and will reach its audience through a daily news brief exclusive to subscribers entitled ‘Manager Bulletin’. Majarra has appointed a team of top content creators, and business and economy media specialists in the Arab region. Fortune will be part of the Majarra subscription, which gives subscribers access to several websites that offer Arabic content on the internet.
Fortune Arabia is led by its Editor-in-Chief Hamoud Almahmoud, who has a long experience in business and economic journalism. AlMahmoud was the first Editor-in-Chief of Harvard Business Review Arabia, in addition to having worked with prominent global media institutions such as BBC.
Commenting on Fortune Arabia’s launch, he stated: “I look forward to working with the team of Fortune Arabia and Majarra to provide every Arab with the latest events regionally and globally using reliable data analysis techniques used by Fortune, in addition to the most recent updates in the corporate world, and trends shaping the global economy. The Fortune Arabia team will also host business leaders and economic policymakers from the region to offer their opinions and experiences that will help people understand the environment around them and gear up for the future. It will also translate the best of Fortune global content to Arabic to have our users be up-to-date on the global transformations, opportunities, and challenges and their impact on us.”
Alan Murray, CEO of Fortune, added: “We are excited to move forward with our partnership with Majarra, to adding Fortune Arabia to Fortune’s growing slate of international editions, and to ensuring that best-in-class business journalism is available to Arabic-language readers worldwide.”
Jim Jacovides, VP Licensing & Development of Fortune, stated: “We are delighted to launch Fortune Arabia with Majarra. We share a commitment to editorial excellence and to delivering business news on the global and local levels. We look forward to Majarra building a local version of Fortune that entrepreneurs and C-suite executives will value.”
Ammar Haykal, CEO of Majarra, commented: “We are excited for the launch of Fortune Arabia, a brand that holds great value in the business sector. Fortune Arabia’s content will reinforce Majarra’s mission to provide the best Arabic content on the internet, and make the business knowledge that directors and executives need available in our region.”