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Comprised of businesses in the fields of architecture, visual arts, design, gaming, marketing, publishing and the performing arts (just to name a few), creative industries are a big source of jobs and economic growth. In Luxembourg they amount to 6.1% of the total number of Luxembourg companies and weigh a little less than one billion euros in terms of annual turnover (2014).

All of this represents creative industries making a significant contribution to Luxembourg’s GDP by adding value to the companies and organisations in which they operate. In addition to this direct economic value, creative industries play an important role in the development of innovation, recognized as a key factor in the continuous health and growth of the national economy.

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The economic diversification of Luxembourg

06-04-2018

DBRS views the ongoing diversification of Luxembourg’s small economy as favourable. Luxembourg remains both highly resilient
and attractive as an investment destination, supported by its highly skilled workforce, competitive tax and legal frameworks
and political stability.
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Luxembourg and France: more than just neighbours

29-03-2018

Luxembourg and France are absolutely ‘more than neighbours’ following the successful state visit and economic mission that brought the two countries closer together with ties in double tax...
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Cross sectoral training – How to encourage innovation in your company

28-03-2018

Luxinnovation’s Luxembourg Automobility Cluster (LAC) and the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster organised a training session in March held by MLC Conseil on the topic “How to encourage in...
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Coming together at the Rockhal: The Creative Industries Cluster

07-03-2018

The Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster, with the support Group 7 and AIVA technologies, invited its members to the first networking meeting of 2018 on 28 February at Rockhal, which was a huge succ...
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