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Luxembourg November 8, 2017: Luxinnovation is proud to announce the release of Happen. Happen is a brand new annual business magazine that unveils the technological excellence and innovative spirit of Luxembourg and its companies to an international audience. We believe that it will help foreign investors and entrepreneurs on the lookout for a business hub in Europe realise that the Grand Duchy is not only an attractive business location, but also a wonderful place to live and work right at the heart of Europe.

Happen Issue #1 weighs in at just under 100 pages of in-depth interviews, articles about Luxembourg’s key economic sectors, photoshoots, benchmarks and much more from the world of business.  Contained in this first issue is 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 and how the country has rapidly and strategically turned itself into a digital nation ready to respond to the demands of Industry 4.0.  Included is an article about Luxembourg’s exciting start-up ecosystem. You also hear from four of Luxembourg’s top foreign executives, and one who originally hails from Luxembourg, who talk about their lives as well as their favourite places in the Grand Duchy.

This visually striking magazine includes a beautiful photo essay on “Surprising Luxembourg”. 20,000 copies are currently being distributed in 145 countries, including 5,000 in Luxembourg. We would be delighted to send you your personal copy, just let us know.  A pdf version will be available on our website in the upcoming weeks.

Download the pdf version HERE

If you would like to subscribe to Happen Magazine for a print copy, you can do so HERE

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Luxinnovation is an organisation that contributes to the economic development of Luxembourg by fostering innovation, fuelling international growth and attracting foreign direct investment. Our mission is to strengthen national business through innovation and to promote Luxembourg business abroad. This we do by focussing on impact and generating real client value.

Contact: Martine Scheuren | Director Marketing & Communication | martine.scheuren@luxinnovation.lu | T +352 43 62 63-676

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