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Watch out for Luxinnovation’s new magazine – Happen – promoting Luxembourg as a prime business destination for foreign investors and entrepreneurs. The annual magazine will highlight the technological excellence and innovation potential of Luxembourg companies.

The new magazine Happen, which will be published by Luxinnovation in collaboration with Maison Moderne replaces the former Luxinnovation magazine, FOCUS, and will have an expanded scope. The first issue contains a 16 page special feature on Luxembourg’s Business in Space including an enlightening interview with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Étienne Schneider. You can also read about Luxembourg’s strategy for the Third Industrial Revolution, how the country is becoming a digital nation, about Luxembourg’s exciting start-up ecosystem and hear four of Luxembourg’s top foreign executives and one from Luxembourg talk about their life in the Grand Duchy and their favourite places.

This visually striking magazine is over 100 pages including a beautiful photo essay on “Surprising Luxembourg”. 20,000 copies will be distributed in 145 countries, including 5,000 in Luxembourg at the end of October 2017. Make sure that you get yours.

 

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