Describing himself as born networker, Jim Kent says he is excited to be joining the team at Maison Moderne
Photo: Jan Hanrion/Maison Moderne
One of the best-known faces, and voices, in Luxembourg’s international community will take on the role of business developer.
Best known as a broadcaster, Jim Kent is to join Maison Moderne as a business developer. The leading independent published in the grand duchy has hired Jim to work on its English language portfolio of activities, especially the popular Paperjam Club.
“Although sad to be leaving the radio world, I was born to be a networker and therefore am excited to be joining the team at Maison Moderne,” Jim said. “There is an incredible array of online and physical events being organised by the Paperjam Club, which I am sure will be of interest to many English-speaking residents and the international companies for which they work.”
Most recently Jim had a regular show on the 100,7 social-cultural radio station, where he interviewed leading personalities and decision makers in the grand duchy, including cabinet ministers Paulette Lenert and Franz Fayot.
Jim first moved to Luxembourg some 20 years ago and has also lived in London, Barcelona and Bangkok. He has previously been the managing director of two radio stations and was also the managing director of a PR and marketing firm.