Forbes announced Thursday the launch of its latest local-language edition, Forbes Armenia, in partnership with Media Partners, Armenia.
The Armenia edition of Forbes, which will be promoted as the first international business magazine in Armenia, will appear on newsstands in November.
Gagik Yeghiazarian will serve as the editor in chief of the magazine. Yeghiazarian is a graduate of Harvard University and an experienced entrepreneur, who previously held various senior level positions in both state and large and small international corporations, including Arthur Andersen, Armenian Development Agency and Zangi Livecom Pte. Ltd.
Both Forbes Armenia magazine and Forbes.com will combine local and international business, technology and other stories with content from various Forbes platforms.
“We’re also happy to have this unique opportunity to unveil, through our magazine, numerous stories of success and talent of Armenian entrepreneurs, scientists, artists and other professionals around the globe, as part of our nation’s contribution to the development of the world,” said Yeghiazarian in a statement.
Forbes also has publications in Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Korea, Latvia, Middle East, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, and Ukraine.