The January edition of paperJam, published this Thursday, naturally dedicates a large portion of its pages to the new government and its programme for several of the economy’s major pillars… through an interview with prime minister Xavier Bettel. paperJam2’s special feature focuses on “management and strategy”.
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The December edition of Delano, published Wednesday, looks at the passion, dedication and smarts needed to make it in the world of fine dining.
Flydoscope adorns itself in the colours of Porto to forget the cold greyness of winter. In the new edition of Flydoscope the city of Porto offers a welcome to anyone seeking warmth and sweetness amidst the cold of winter. The city’s warmth is not just given off by its temperatures, but also by its inhabitants and culture, such as the Miss’Opo initiative that personifies the city’s rich cultural life.
The December edition of paperjam2 focuses mainly on the real estate sector, which seems to have found a new momentum amid a quiver of economic recovery.
Restaurateur Laurence Frank is the glamorous cover star of December’s City Mag. She tells Céline Coubray about her passion for the fine dining business, her satisfaction in pleasing customers and her encouragement of the younger generation – be it her staff or her daughter.
Fiscal transparency, substance, automatic exchange of information, tax rulings… the December edition of paperJam, published on Thursday, examines some of the subjects which are (pre-)occupying most financial sector professionals and the finance ministry.
Presenting the state of the art of magazine publishing in the digital era, The Modern Magazine takes a look at the best publications in the field. We’re happy to see that two titles by Maison Moderne are prominently placed in the book.
The November edition of Delano, published Wednesday, asks if Luxembourg has the recipe for start-up success.
An exhibition of photographs by Christian Aschman especially commissioned for Maison Moderne’s Lëtzebuerg Moderne book is on display at the Fondation de l’Architecture et de l’Ingénierie until to 18 December. The exhibition features photographs published in the book as well as other unpublished images.
What do a Solex bicycle, a Smurf, a calculator and a porcelain vase have in common? They can all be found in the Luxembourg Collecting book, and an exhibition of the same name on show at the Belle Étoile until 16 November.
One common goal for students and company: a better future for young people in Luxembourg and in Africa.
To coincide with All Saint’s Day, the November edition of City Mag takes a look at the life of a worker in the Notre Dame cemetery. Cover star Daniel Putz talks about the different aspects of his job, from accompanying the coffins and welcoming bereaved families in his dress uniform, to digging and tending graves in his blue Ville de Luxembourg overalls.
The November edition of paperJam2, published this Thursday, focuses on the ICT sector, one of Luxembourg’s economic diversification pillars.
Luxembourg Collecting, Home Sweet Home and Family Guide have been shortlisted by the jury for the Lëtzebuerger Buchpräis 2013.
Today, in 12 months, Maison Moderne will celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Following the appointment of LUCIANA RESTIVO as sales director, FRANCIS GASPAROTTO, 44, will now take on full-time responsibility as director at MAISON MODERNE MEDIA SALES, the in-house advertising department of Luxembourg’s leading independent publisher (which produces paperJam among other titles).
LUCIANA RESTIVO, 41, has been promoted to the position of sales director at MAISON MODERNE MEDIA SALES, the in-house advertising department of Luxembourg’s leading independent publisher (which produces paperJam among other titles).
As it’s the case every year, the Explorator Guide ranks as the indispensible tool for gourmets and food lovers, with its selection of restaurants and well-documented articles. Four different covers show the signature dishes of four outstanding chefs.
The November edition of paperJam, published this Thursday, naturally focuses in large part on the October 20th national elections.
The October issue of Delano, published Thursday, asks if “correct” English is spoken in Luxembourg.