MAY 2013. This year’s edition of the Faroe Business Report has been printed and simultaneously published online at FaroeBusinessReport.com. The eighth volume in the series, FBR 2013 presents an annual snapshot of the Faroese business community through illustrated feature articles and sponsored business profiles, peppered with updates of important business activities and events, statistics and more.
“In short we present the Faroe Islands,” says editor and publisher Bui Tyril, “as a place to do business, an attractive destination for conferences, an impressive producer and exporter of farmed and wild-caught fish, a country whose ports and shipping sector is fast developing, and an exciting territory for offshore oil and gas exploration.”
APRIL 2013. Swedish business journalist Nils-Erik Lindell — with many years of experience in covering shipping, transport and logistics — has joined the editorial team of Front Seat Magazine. One of the most respected in his field, Mr. Lindell is a key contributor in the June 2013 issue of Front Seat, the magazine’s maiden issue.
In the last 16 years Mr. Lindell has been responsible for producing and editing the LTS Rapport, a magazine published twice a year by the Logistics and Transport Foundation (Logistik och Transport Stiftelsen), a branch of the regional development agency Business Region Göteborg (BRG).
APRIL 2013. With this year's edition of the Faroe Business Report about two weeks away from publication, a targeted ‘light’ version of the FBR will hit the European Seafood Exposition, which will be held in in Brussels on 23 through 25 April.
The 28-page Faroe Business Report 2013 Excerpts — focusing on seafood, fisheries and aquaculture — features a cover story on the state of affairs in the Faroese seafood industry including an analysis of the pelagic fisheries, some of which have been surrounded by controversy, notably in the case of mackerel and herring. A detailed statistical account of seafood exports related to wild caught and farmed species is likewise included in the piece.
FEBRUARY 2013. Jeremy Cresswell, an international authority on energy and maritime affairs, is joining Front Seat Magazine from the first issue, due out in June, as contributing editor covering oil and gas, renewable energy, shipping and maritime affairs.
Mr. Cresswell is the chief editor of Energy Voice, the monthly supplement of the Aberdeen Press and Journal, which offers news, views and intelligence on the energy sector, notably upstream oil and gas and renewables. He has since 1985 worked primarily as an energy/maritime affairs journalist, editor and analyst, and has also worked with and contributed to many specialist titles such as Lloyd’s List, CA Magazine, Insider, various titles in the Baird Publications House, Petroleum Review, World Oil, Drilling Contractor and others.
FEBRUARY 2013. A new, international business publication is to be launched in June this year with focus on highlighting the Nordic region in the context of business and investment opportunities.
Front Seat Magazine’s prospective readership consists of “decision makers and high influencers with an interest in the Nordic countries,” according to the publisher.
The magazine will be published both online and in print. The print edition will, in liaison with Gold Key Media, a leading distributor to the airline and hotel industry, be made available in airline lounges at international airports in the United Kingdom, Germany, United States, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. In Luxembourg and Poland, the magazine will be available at the top 10 hotels of both respective countries. In Russia, it will be available at 24 leading Moscow hotels and in China, at 44 leading hotels in Beijing and Shanghai.
In addition, the magazine will be made available at some of the UK’s finest business addresses through magazine display racks in lobbies and reception areas, specifically targeting blue chip corporations whose employees are high earners and well educated.
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