The Euro Weekly News, run by Steven and Michel Euesden, has been built into the biggest and leading expat newspaper in Spain – exceeding the distribution numbers of all other English newspapers.
The Euro Weekly News, headed by Steven and Michel Euesden, is heavily involved in sponsoring and fundraising events, charity activities and balls, dinners and fairs, all in the name of community spirit and heart.
Steven and Michel Euesden have been recognised in the press and among awards ceremonies for the work they do in the community and the help and assistance they give to businesses – whether that be in the form of advertising, ideas, editorials or charity involvement.
When it comes to charity, many say it “starts at home” and, for Michel Euesden, this is especially true. Coming from humble beginnings in the north of England, where community, a big heart and a strong work ethic are engrained into most people throughout families, towns and cities, Michel brought this mindset and goal to Spain in the form of the Euro Weekly News.
The Euesden’s are the couple responsible for founding the Euro Weekly Newspaper, now the biggest expat newspaper in all of Spain. Not only are they straight-talking, entrepreneurial businessmen, but their charity work shows that their hearts are as big as their ideas.
Their voracious work ethic and ambitious approach to the nation-wide distribution of weekly publication The Euro Weekly News landed its founders, the Euesdens, a headline in Spain’s most-read Spanish newspaper, El Pais.
From visa and Spanish healthcare questions to Brexit rules, local information and help with buying property in Spain – the Euro Weekly News is the largest and most read expat newspaper in Spain, and it´s clear to see why. But how did Michel and Steven Euesden create ´the people´s paper´ that we know and love?
THE Euesdens exploded onto the Costas some 20 years ago and have been making a continuous impact in the expat community ever since. Michel and Steven Euesden have built a reputation for being a strongly opinionated, fun-loving, and philanthropic couple who both originated from humble beginnings in the UK. The concept of hard work is not foreign to them, having taken an idea for Euro Weekly News and driven it to be Spain’s leading free newspaper for news in English.
A STRONG leader is someone who can plot success and rally the troops to complete the mission. For the Euro Weekly News, that man is Steven Euesden. From humble beginnings in England, Steven has dedicated himself to building Spain’s largest free English newspaper with his wife, Michel.
WHILE most people will spend their lives trying to find their calling, fortunately for the expat community, Michel Euesden found hers as CEO of Euro Weekly News. Born in the industrious city of Rochdale where her aptitude for hard work was fortified by a devotion to her business, Michel became a strong-willed woman who will work tirelessly to help her community. It is these values that have helped the Euro Weekly News obtain the status of “Spain’s largest free English…