Our journalists asked experts in business, finance, politics, tech and innovation, and culture and lifestyle for their prognosis on the challenges and opportunities they foresee for 2022.
Cover star Laurent Hengesch, founding partner at Ilavska Vuillermoz Capital, explains why European investors like to stick together, his firm’s 2022 expansion plans, and why he’s sure that venture capital and private equity will have another booming year.
Fedil boss Michèle Detaille speaks about talent shortages, technological transformation and ambitious decarbonisation goals as well as government policy for industry.
Head of the Luxembourg representation of the European Commission, Anne Calteux, is asked about the issues facing the EU as it tackles challenges on several fronts including youth engagement, digitalisation, climate change and the rule of law.
Professor Pascal Bouvry, head of high-performance computing infrastructure at the University of Luxembourg, looks at the upcoming master programme and how HPC technology may develop in the near term.
And the incoming director of Mudam, Bettina Steinbrügge, looks ahead to 2022 and at how museum visitors may become more participative in cultural institutions.
We look ahead to the French elections with Uni.lu political scientist Philippe Poirier, talk to Luxflag chair Denise Voss about the growing demand for ESG and ask Luxembourg Space Agency CEO Marc Serres about plans for a space campus and hear Luxinnovation’s Joachim Clemens-Stolbrink explain why younger generations are the driving force behind industrial change.
In addition, our business report looks at how the tourism industry is recovering from the pandemic, five under-30-year-olds look ahead to their 2022, and we pick the winners of our annual Crucial 3 distinctions.
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