Editorial Board

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 09.07.2020, 21:57

Editorial Board


Our online magazine is a logical progress of the two magazines’ Балтийский курс / The Baltic Course, the paper versions known in the global business-press market since 1996.

 

The inauguration of a new magazines’ web-version at the end of 2007, instead of the previous paper ones, opens new opportunities for our dedicated readers. Hence they can get fresh, timely and without any delay business information about economic development in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. We are particularly, sensitive to our readers’ intentions to know better the Baltic States’ business relations with the European Union, as well as other countries in the West and in the East, e.g. CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).

 

We constantly publish in-depth reviews concerning Europe and Scandinavia, as well as the Baltic Sea region, on such issues as economic development, real estate, finances and banks, education and culture, legislation and taxation, to name a few.  

 

The Baltic Course is the best route to the region’s development for the most influential and prominent businessmen and CEOs.

 

Therefore the magazine’s audience includes top officials in ministries and public offices, in embassies and consular representations, trade missions and investments agencies. Organizers of international conferences and trade fairs are among our customers as well.

We highly recommend the placement of your company/firm’s information in The Baltic Course magazine’s web-site either in the form of a company’s banner or/and other advertising materials.

 

Editor-in-Chief

Olga Pavuk

E-mail: olga.pavuk@baltic-course.com

Phone: +371 29269645

 

International Editor

Eugene Eteris

E-mail: eugene.eteris@baltic-course.com

 

Editorial Board

Hanon Barabaner, Dr. Oec.,rector,Institute of Economic and Maganement ECOMEN, Estonia 

Stanislav Buka – Baltic International Academy (BIA), Chairman of the Senate, Dr. Oec., Latvia

Raivo Vare – Chairman of the Council of the Development Fund, Estonia

Janis Domburs – independent journalist, Latvia

Bo Krag – Svenska Handelsbanken, Vice-president, Baltic finances’ expert, Sweden

Olga Pavuk – Editor-in-Chief for magazine The Baltic Course, Dr. Oec., Latvia

Inna Rogatchi – Rogatchi Productions & Communications, Vice-president, Finland

Oleg Soskin – Institute for Society Transformation, Director, Dr. Oec., Ukraine

Dmitri Trenin - director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, Russia

Jacek Zieliński, Dr hab., Prorektor WSAS, Warszawa,Polska                                     

Eugene Eteris – prof., LLD, BC Scandinavian Office, Denmark.

 

Advertising Department

Olga Pavuk

E-mail: olga.pavuk@baltic-course.com

Phone:   +371 29269645  

 

Riga office

Skolas iela, 14-2, Rīga, LV-1010 

Phone.:   +371 29269645

E-mail: olga.pavuk@baltic-course.com


Scandinavian Office

E-mail: eugene.eteris@baltic-course.com

 

Office in London

1 Great Peter Street, Suite #4

London, SW1P 3LL

United Kingdom

Phone:   +44 7834184397  

 

Office in Berlin

Phone/fax:   +49 3093026148  

GSM:   +49 1799173015  

E-mail: vladimles@freenet.de

 

Painter

Sergej Tjulenev

 

Publisher

CORDEX MEDIA SIA

Brīvīības ielā 159-11, Rīga, LV-1012

Reģ. Nr. 40003658163

Swedbank

LV59HABA0551013704376

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www.baltic-course.com

Media Code of Ethics

Cordex Media SIA / Baltic-Course.com 


Preamble 


The international online magazine www.baltic-course.com in English and Russian is the only independent business publication focused on economic and business issues of all three Baltic countries. We have been operating in the markets of the Baltic countries, the CIS and Scandinavia since 1996. Since 2008, we have changed the format from paper to electronic and publish news and analytical information in English and Russian online.


The principles of our work 


“Our own readers and our own honest relationships are the greatest business values ​​of the day.”

- The journalist and editor are responsible for the objectivity of the content.

- The differences between news, opinions and analytics should be clear.

- The main task of a journalist is to inform and serve the interests of the reader.

- The duty of a journalist to verify the facts.

- Journalists and editors are not allowed to accept material benefits or services from the persons for whom he creates the materials.

- Plagiarism is prohibited.

- Links to republishing are obligatory and must comply with the rules established by the original source.

- Journalists and editors have the right to their opinion and the opportunity to express it on the pages and platforms of public opinion, including on the Internet.

- A journalist and editor cannot be a member of a political party or run for election.


Dr. Olga Pavuka
"The Baltic Course" Editor-in-chief
Cordex Media SIA Founder

GSM: + 371 29269645

olga.pavuk@baltic-course.com

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olga_Pavuka

 





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