Qrius (formerly, The Indian Economist) publishes authoritative commentary & analysis on economics, business, policy, technology & culture. 400 Contributors from across 30 countries write expert opinion articles on issues that really matter. Our emphasis on uncovering fresh trends and insights has led to a loyal community of readers. Global influencers, business leaders, and policy makers read and contribute to The Indian Economist.
Qrius believes in presenting ‘Something New’ to its readers. ‘Something New’ is an integral part of our editorial philosophy. We believe that each time readers log on to The Indian Economist, they read about something they were not aware of before. Qrius seeks to focus on new subjects, trends, and perspectives, allowing its readers to remain ahead of the curve. Qrius does not seek to follow the news cycle – we seek to create our own. By introducing topics and opinions that are not in the public consciousness, Qrius seeks to empower its reader with new information that allows them to remain ahead of the curve.
Qrius is a leading digital magazine that focuses on publishing high-quality articles and opinion pieces on business & economics, policy, politics, culture, foreign affairs and more. With a broad range of authors representing several industries and geographies, Qrius aims to present to the reader a unique perspective on issues they care about. We publish content on issues that are not heard of and present a new dimension to readers. Our motto is ‘For the Curious Mind’ as we strive to develop Qrius into a forum where curious minds meet and discuss a diverse range of subject areas that affect business, politics, and society in general.
Over the past two years, Qrius has received millions of views, been associated with Columnists and Interns from across 6 continents and more than 20 countries, partnered with dozens of events and organisations across the country, and is now looking at its next stage of expansion as it diversifies content, expands reach and strengthens its links with its readers.
A diverse pool of Writers and Associates from each continent, covering more than 30 different countries. The Indian Economist is read in more than 50 countries. Our top geographies are: India, United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Canada, Brazil, France, and Japan.
Note: The Indian Economist not affiliated to The Economist Group in any way.