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Inspiring the business world

 

 

The CEO Magazine is more than a premier business title: we are a source of information, inspiration and motivation for the world’s most successful leaders, executives, investors and entrepreneurs.

An iconic, global media brand, we inspire and promote excellence within the business world.

Through our four editorial cornerstones – Inspire, Innovate, Invest and Indulge – we delve deeper into both the professional and personal lives of business leaders, exploring the lifestyle interests and pursuits of this affluent audience.

Our content creates conversations on all platforms, while our voice is the one that matters to decision makers and game changers.

Mission

We exist to create opportunities for everyone we touch

We interact with our colleagues, profiles, advertisers, readers, charities, suppliers and governments. We will work to ensure we provide value and opportunities to everyone we deal with. We want to be a connector, and a facilitator, and ultimately enrich and improve the lives of as many people as we can using our global platform and brand name.

Vision

To provide a thriving global media brand that impacts and inspires the business world

Five business magazines

The CEO Magazine’s headquarters are in Sydney, Australia with regional offices in Stockholm, Singapore, the Philippines and New York. We have tailored editions for five geographic regions:

  • The CEO Magazine Australia & New Zealand
  • The CEO Magazine EMEA
  • The CEO Magazine Asia
  • The CEO Magazine India & South Asia
  • The CEO Magazine North America

Each edition features our iconic Executive Interviews section, which profiles some of the world’s most accomplished leaders and CEOs such as Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson and Gina Rinehart.

Executive of the Year Awards

The CEO Magazine’s prestigious Executive of the Year Awards are held annually in Australia. Hundreds of executives from highly respected and innovative brands attend the black-tie event to celebrate the amazing talent that exists in corporate Australia.