We are celebrating two decades at the heart of local communities

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CELEBRATIONS: The EWN team take their hats off. Photo: EWN


PUBLISHERS MICHEL & STEVEN EUESDEN are incredibly proud and excited to be celebrating two decades at the heart of the community in southern Spain, reporting the news while supporting worthy causes and initiatives.

All week, the EWN Head Office has been awash with colour, balloons and festivities to mark the 20-year milestone, an achievement which reflects the passion and professionalism behind the most successful English language publication in Spain.

The sheer determination and dynamic work ethic of EWN Publishers Michel and Steven Euesden has proved to be the impressively base winning formula which has seen the EWN Media Group (EWNMG) empire continue to thrive.

The Euesdens arrived in Spain in 1996, both armed with enviable records in publishing sales, an inspirational hunger for success and a vision for the future.

Michel said: “We never discussed that we would start the EWN together, but we knew that working together as a team would produce the greatest product.”

And that is exactly what the Euesdens have done, firstly with The Entertainer on April 17, 1999, and rebranding to launch Euro Weekly News in 2002.

For two decades, Michel and Steven have steered EWN and its loyal and hard-working team of staff to the dizzy heights of Europe’s largest free local newspaper publisher in English.

Each week, more than half a million expatriate and local readers enjoy the six award-winning EWN titles throughout southern Spain and in Mallorca.

Michel added: “Despite stiff competition, a global recession, plus the ongoing ramifications of Britain’s EU exit, our mandate throughout has been to better serve advertisers and readers while continuing to expand.

“We look forward to being able to serve with the same love and passion in the future.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. My heartiest congratulations to the Euesdens and all involved in producing this valuable resource for British holidaymakers and expats in Spain. My wife and I have been readers of the EWN for at least 10 of those 20 years, first on holidays here and then more regularly since we moved here permanently. To all of you, as we Scots say, “Lang may your lum reek!” If you’re not sure what that means, try Googling it. (grin)

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