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As we transition into Autumn and a new school year, I’m pleased to announce that today will mark the launch of a totally reformatted and enhanced Monaco Life newsletter and website.
Working over the past few months with the outstanding team at JP Goodwin’s Design Centre, we have updated virtually every aspect of our delivery. We will be bringing you significantly expanded news coverage as well as weather, travel and financial information, which will be updated daily and we have added a classified ad capability for Monaco residents.
We will provide access to breaking news and will be aggregating content from the top local and global influencers. We have three dynamic interns from IUM who will be focused on enhancing our social media content and on keeping you up to date on happenings at our local university and with the student scene generally.
We are also very excited to be relaunching our Premium Content section. For €99 a year, in addition to discounts from some of the area’s top stores and service providers, our Premium Subscribers will have access to a wide range of news and information covering everything from banking, finance and real estate, to lifestyle, arts, fashion, wellness, sports and events, written by our experienced local journalist and Editor Cassandra Tanti.
We are very proud to announce an incredible team of contributing experts and columnists including Geoffrey Kent writing about travel, Marcos Marin on art, Patrick Coote on yachting, Alessandra Vicedomini covering fashion, and Alberto Vitale on jewellery and gemstones.
As one of our core missions, we will continue to support all aspects of sustainability and environmental awareness. We will highlight all of the businesses, organisations and events involved with this critical subject and will have a number of experts working with us in this pursuit. To get started, we will have world renowned animal advocate Katerina Pirelli writing a monthly column on animal rights and species preservation. Her first piece on Marcel Peters, Princess Stephanie’s elephant trainer, was outstanding and very well received.
We have also significantly enhanced our social media and video content capabilities and hope you will all enjoy seeing our content on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Finally, we have created additional channels for our most valuable resource – you our readers – to give us feedback and suggestions.
We want to thank you all for your continued support and look forward to providing you all of the news and information about Monaco and the Côte d’Azur for many years to come.
Yours very gratefully,
Eric Brundage, Publisher
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