Posts in Prisma

Prisma respects the environment

August 23rd, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Prisma respects the environment”

👣 As it currently seems to be trendy to declare war on plastic bottles, we are happy to say that we never used any anyway! For us it was always normal to treat our office and our earth with due respect.

🥂 We save water and drink champagne
💡Our electricity power supply is from 100% renewable energy sources
📜 We keep paper consumption to a minimum.
♻️ We have several recycling containers in the office and sort our waste with the goal to create as little rubbish as possible (Diplom Superdreckskescht fir Betriiber)

Keep an Open Mind

July 11th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Keep an Open Mind”

Delano Magazine Expat Guide 19/20 ‘Any advice for people new to Luxembourg?’

Miltgen ‘Don’t compare. Every country/city is different. Keep an open mind and don’t complain about shops being closed on Sundays. Use the Sundays to do what you wouldn’t do during the week. And get it out of your head that Luxembourg is boring. It’s just not true. ‘

The Value of Professional Translations

June 12th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “The Value of Professional Translations”

🌿 Hedge Fund – Hecken Fonds
🐠 Saumon Belle-Vue – Salmon with a beautiful View
🍰 Mille-feuilles – A thousand leaves
👩‍🎓 Salade d’avocats – Lawyer Salad

🤣Translations gone wrong….

At the end of the day, it’s always better to contact a professional translator 👍

Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

June 8th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone”

8 years ago I decided to learn something new each year. So far I boxed, learned Spanish, took classic ballet lessons, studied nutrition etc. etc. I believe that getting out of your comfort zone is important for your personal growth.

Says Prisma S.A. CEO Carole Miltgen at the #Fly event on 7 June 2019

Equality and Differences

June 6th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Equality and Differences”

To be equal does not necessary mean to be the same. Factually there will always be difference between human beings and I think that’s a good thing.

Prisma S.A. CEO Carole Miltgen at LuxWmn event on 16 May 2019.

Choose to #fly

May 31st, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Choose to #fly”

Prisma S.A. CEO Carole Miltgen will be talking about success and hard work, but also about doubts, fears, sleepless nights and the wish to sometimes wanting to give up.

🦋 Join us on 7 June in Hotel Place d’Armes.
🦋 Events for Powerwomen by Madi Community

BUNDESLIGA 1: The Rugby Club Luxembourg is here to stay!

May 13th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “BUNDESLIGA 1: The Rugby Club Luxembourg is here to stay!”

Prisma S.A. is a proud supporter of the Rugby Club Luxembourg!

Our heartfelt congratulations to the first team on avoiding relegation and remaining in the 1st Bundesliga for the new 2019/2020 season.

LUX WMN

May 13th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “LUX WMN”

🎙 Prisma S.A. CEO Carole Miltgen is speaking at the Launch of LUX WMN event on Thursday 16 May 2019.

💃 #IamLuxWmn celebrates the launch of an exciting and much-needed new magazine in English serving women in Luxembourg. Pls see the attached post for more information.

📝 The event is sold out however you can send a message to hello@citysavvyluxembuorg.com so they can put you on the waiting list.

RIP Grand-Duc Jean

April 23rd, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “RIP Grand-Duc Jean”

Today the whole country mourns a true hero, a kind person and an exemplary leader.

RIP Grand-Duc Jean.

13 years of Prisma

April 16th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “13 years of Prisma”

Is one born as an entrepreneur? I am not sure. Nothing in my family background paved the way for me to become one, far from it actually.

When, in 2006, it was clear that I wanted to set-up my own company, I grasped the first opportunity, forgot about my fears and jumped in. However I must say that nobody in my family or my group of friends thought it was a good idea (well apart for 2), so I was very much on my own.

To me, the difference between a manager and a business founder is the passion and the love for what you have you created. When you found a company you put all your heart and soul into in.

Entrepreneurship is very fast so for the first years whilst you surf on the wave of success in-between all the struggles, you don’t really have time to sit down and look back. This happens only later when you take a step back.

Today I can say that my slogan from 2006 is still valid valid today “Don’t dream of success, work for it”.

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