Delano’s February/March 2019 magazine, on newsstands this week
Photo: Maison Moderne
A proposed pan-European digital turnover tax (which, in practice, would mainly apply to American companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google) remains attractive to many voters and politicians.
For its February/March 2019 cover story, Delano asks how firms in Luxembourg could be affected as the debate plays out, if the tech titans are paying their fair share, and where exactly should they pay?
Then, Delano looks at what bosses and workers in Luxembourg should know about burnout; what that latest business buzzword “digital transformation” really means; and Sam Tanson, the new culture minister talks about budgets, Esch 2022 and what culture gives back to the country.
Also in this issue: the zen of horse-riding; a special report on asset management and compliance; and 12 great destinations for quick trips.
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.