The “DODODO” guide to the grand duchy’s creative industries, produced for Luxinnovation, won one of two silvers for Maison Moderne at the 2018 BtoB Awards in Brussels.
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Publications made by Maison Moderne for Luxinnovation and the Banque de Luxembourg received silver awards in Brussels this week.
Banque de Luxembourg’s book “Histoires de Familles” takes a unique look at Luxembourg history through the eyes of ten families whose businesses have thrived as they are passed from generation to generation. It features portraits of the Clasen (Bernard-Massard), Lentz (Brasserie Nationale), Grosbusch (Grosbusch), Ehlinger (Groupe Schuler), Krombach-Meyer (Heintz van Landewyck), Hentgen (Lalux), Ernster (Librairie Ernster), Muller (Moulins de Kleinbettingen), Weber-Heinisch (Voyages Emile Weber) and Giorgetti (Giorgetti) families and their businesses. It was awarded silver in the “communication” category at the 2018 BtoB Awards, held in Brussels on Tuesday evening.
The other publication to receive a silver award, in the “presse” category, was the new “DODODO” guide to the grand duchy’s creative industries, produced by Maison Moderne for Luxinnovation. The guide lists some 300 businesses and creative independents from a wide range of fields, and also takes a look at some of the best projects they have undertaken in the last 18 months. The publication showcases “the diversity of these industries…and the vitality of the players in it,” says Marc Lis, manager of the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster.