The October 2017 edition of Delano magazine, on newsstands now
Photo: Maison Moderne
Luxembourg’s economy thrives on an immigrant workforce, which has evolved in ways that no-one could have predicted over the past 30 years.
For its October cover story, Delano examines how the Third Industrial Revolution and other factors will continue to shape the make-up of the grand duchy’s international community.
What skills will be needed and where will tomorrow’s expats come from?
Then, Delano asks if you can offer a refugee a place to live for a year, who called René Closter’s outfit, Luxembourg Air Rescue, “the best diplomat for Luxembourg”, why banks still have outlets in prime locations, and what do expats need to know about top-up insurance.
Also in this issue: Delano’s guide to buying organic food and natural health and household products in Luxembourg; before you head out on Halloween, beware of the Kropemann; and Delano’s advice columnist Auntie Eleanor fields questions about hunting nutria and tram prangs.
Delano, the English language news magazine for Luxembourg’s international community, is available for €4 at newsstands across the grand duchy. Delano also publishes a newsletter weekdays, the “Noon briefing”, covering the latest Luxembourg news and events. Plus, on Tuesdays, the newsletter suggests “Ten things to do this week”.