EBR believes that its most important asset will be the trust of its readers, online visitors, viewers, and listeners in the credibility of information and insights it provide. Our future depends upon preserving and enhancing this trust. Therefore, we must ensure that:

  1. The integrity of our journalists is of the highest caliber.
  2. We base our writing on accurate information, gathered honestly and presented fairly.
  3. Our journalists' professional conduct is unassailable.
  4. Our journalists' personal conduct, as it reflects on EBR, is beyond reproach.
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Editors at EBR will work to ensure that articles to be published in the magazine say something new or different with unique perspectives. Articles should not somehow offer prescriptions to CEOs on what to do and what not to do or sometimes how to manage their enterprise.

EBR articles will be written by experts whose authority comes from careful analysis, study, and experience. Articles should be written in clear, simple and jargon-free language in about 1250 words. Articles should represent thought-provoking, often unforeseen ideas in the business and public sector areas. In case the word limits exceed 1250, prior consultation may be needed with editors.

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Ethiopian Business Review (EBR) is an English business magazine published by Champion Communications. It is registered with Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Broadcasting Authority under registration No. 227/04.

Champion Communications is registered with the Ministry of Trade, Business License No: 14/670/76602/2004

Vision

To be Ethiopia's preferred business magazine.

Mission

Ethiopian Business Review's mission is to deliver research-based content that promotes private sector development in Ethiopia.

Motto

Depth to your thought

Editorial Objective

Ethiopian Business Review Magazine has one goal: to be the source of topnotch ideas for people creating, leading, and transforming the Ethiopian Private Sector. It publishes research-based articles with a view of becoming the nation’s premier magazine, publishing cutting-edge, authoritative thinking on the key issues facing the private sector in Ethiopia.

Coverage

As a magazine dedicated to promote private sector development, EBR covers topics as diverse as Business Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development, Marketing Strategy, Organizational Change, Human Capital, International Trade, Finance, Tax, Customs, Public Policy, Public Sector Development, Privatization, Technology, Commercial and Legal issues.

EBR Readers

Middle or senior level managers, academicians, business consultants and others working in the areas of business will find worthwhile to read EBR.

EBR is for:

01. Executives, senior and middle level managers in the private sector

02. Public sector officials

03. CSOs leaders

04. Corporate and academic libraries

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