Thursday, June 27, 2019

Lunch with Monaco Life

“Aviation and Africa are both risky places to do business,” says Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, “so fastjet is twice as risky.” I’m spearing Burgundy snails into...

Monaco Business expo returns with 50 exhibitors and six free conferences

Monaco Business returns for a fifth edition on Tuesday, November 14, at Auditorium Rainier III. The Monaco Business expo, a free event that each year...

Ten more startsups to join MonacoTech in Fontvieille

MonacoTech’s second selection board, in partnership with Monaco Telecom and Xavier Niel, met on September 18 to discuss more candidates for state support. The Incubator...

Nice-Monaco Airport could take off

As previously published by Monaco Life, the Principality plans to invest €150 million in the privatisation of Nice airport. The award has already been made...

Inside Baselworld with Antonio Cecere

An interview with industry insider Antonio Cecere, Principal of Cecere Monaco and Founder of Monaco Diamond Exchange, about his time at the world's leading watch...

Lloyd’s Brussels secures licence in Monaco

Lloyd’s Brussels, the Brexit subsidiary of Lloyd’s of London, is now authorised to underwrite insurance and reinsurance risks located in Monaco.

Most workers in Monaco live in France

A new study has revealed that more than 80% of Monaco’s employees do not live in the Principality, and the majority use cars to get here.

Monaco welcomes EFTA Group of the Council of the EU

The Working Group, which visited Monaco for the first time in June 2013, consists of diplomats from the 28 EU Member States.