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Executive is hiring a Sections Editor!

Executive is hiring a Sections Editor!

Executive Magazine is looking to hire a new sections editor.  The sections editor will research and write analytical pieces that satisfy the highest journalistic standards. She/he will contribute to special reports for our coverage of new economic sectors in Lebanon, as well as traditional economic pillars that continue to play important roles in the Lebanese economy, from hospitality to trade and

Executive is hiring a Freelance Writer(s)!

Executive Magazine is looking to hire a new freelance writer.  The freelance writer will research and write analytical pieces that satisfy the highest journalistic standards.   Role/Responsibilities:  Research and prepare questions and interview stakeholders in the public and private sectors; Conduct in-depth background research to further develop content related to the stories covered;    Based on story pitches, conduct interviews and research agreed upon in the magazine’s

We are hiring Online Marketing Expert

Newsmedia, the publisher of Executive Magazine, is seeking an Online Marketing Expert for a temporary assignment to design, implement, track, and optimize a multichannel content marketing strategy. The Online Marketing Expert’s tasks will include: ● Conducting market research to determine requirements, habits, and trends among Executive’s readers ● Leading brainstorming sessions to develop ideas for

WE ARE HIRING JUNIOR RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Newsmedia, the publisher of Executive Magazine, is seeking a Junior Research Assistant for a temporary assignment within the Lebanon Enterprise Development (LED) project in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The will assist the Executive Magazine Editorial Team in organizing a series of 5 roundtables with experts and analysts. The Junior

WE ARE HIRING CONTENT CONSULTANT

Newsmedia, the publisher of Executive Magazine, is seeking a Content Consultant for a temporary assignment within the Lebanon Enterprise Development (LED) project in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Content Consultant will lead on the production of communication outputs (brochures, checklists, social media posts) in collaboration with the Executive Magazine

Entrepreneurship

Executive’s faith in the Lebanese spirit of entrepreneurship remains strong. Despite compounded crises that have blocked foreign transactions, raised operational costs, and accelerated the migration of a skilled workforce, entrepreneurship in Lebanon continues to demonstrate its resilience, creative problem-solving, and untapped potential. To reaffirm its support to entrepreneurship, Executive produced this video in collaboration with

Executive Magazine’s September/October issue

Dear stakeholders in Lebanon’s return, dear friends with discerning minds, and all readers of Executive, We are proud to present you with the best-ever socioeconomic issue of Executive Magazine at this decisive moment for our country’s social and economic development. Our September – October 2020 issue is available to read online or for download and

UNDP and Executive Magazine partner to advance dialogue on addressing corruption in Lebanon

Beirut, 20 August 2020 – The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Executive Magazine, Lebanon’s premier economic, financial, and business magazine, are today announcing a new partnership to support national dialogue on efforts to fight corruption in Lebanon through evidence-based analysis and actionable recommendations. The fight against corruption is a top national priority amid efforts

FUCK OFF

Truthful words are not beautiful. Beautiful words are not truthful. Good men do not argue. Those who argue are not good. Those who know are not learned. The learned do not know. Lao Tzu At this pivotal moment of Lebanon’s history, it would be counterproductive and even evil to mince words. It is, in the

Toward building a more inclusive and resilient ecosystem

It is a time when Lebanon is constricted in boundaries like perhaps never before. Its physical land boundaries have long been—as once again recently demonstrated—marked by the contradiction of being repressively impermeable and permanently under threats, and at the same time too permeable and uncertain to offer the full protection of a territorial demarcation. Long

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