Delano’s September 2018 edition, featuring a new look, out on newsstands this week
Photo: Maison Moderne
Luxembourg heads to the polls in October for a crucial vote: which economic direction will the country take?
For its September cover story, Delano talks with the Green party’s François Bausch, who--at the end of first term as a government minister--could play political kingmaker.
Then, Randy Evans, the new US ambassador, speaks about his first few months in Luxembourg, the space industry, Nato contributions, EU-US trade and Brexit. Delano’s family law special feature has reports on divorce abroad and inheritance for expats.
Also in this issue: regtech is a big buzzword in the financial sector right now, but what precisely are Luxembourg’s “regtech” outfits doing?
Magazine has new look
The September edition features a new look and feel for the print edition. As Delano’s daily digital news service expands, the magazine now provides more in-depth features and analysis, and allows the team to develop a more visual language to storytelling.
The print edition of Delano, the English language news magazine for Luxembourg’s international community, is available at newsstands across the grand duchy. Delano also publishes two newsletters weekdays: the “Breakfast briefing”, featuring world and local headlines to start the day informed, and the “Noon briefing”, covering the latest Luxembourg news and events. Plus there are Delano Live events, which feature live on-stage interviews with people and on topics covered by Delano magazine, but with a fresh perspective. Delano is on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter.