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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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itondo – augmented reality for art sales

13-02-2018

On January 29, 2018, it was announced that Luxembourg company, itondo, has been nominated in the “Creative” category to participate in the StartUp Europe Awards 2017.  This is in addition to 13 o...
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Business innovation breakthrough with Goldratt consulting

13-02-2018

On February 6, 2018, Luxinnovation, in collaboration with BGL BNP Paribas, organised a conference and invited Rami Goldratt, CEO, and Dr Yishai Ashlag, Senior Partner, both of Goldratt Consulting to g...
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Luxembourg ranked 5th in the EU 2018 Index of economic freedom

09-02-2018

Economic freedom index 2018 Luxembourg’s economic freedom score is 76.4, making its economy the 14th freest in the 2018 Index. Its overall score has increased by 0.5 point, with improvements in sco...
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Launch of VERTIGO STARTS residencies programme

06-02-2018

The European Commission’s STARTS initiative has launched a new project (“Vertigo”) as part of which a call for artist residencies has been published. The deadline for applications is the 2 March...
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15 > 25 February 2018

Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin

Berlin (Germany)

Über 334.000 verkaufte Eintrittskarten, über 21.000 Fachbesucher*innen aus 127 Ländern, darunter gut 3.700 Journalist*innen: Kunst, Glamour, Party und Geschäft sind bei der Berlinale untrennbar miteinander verbunden. Read more

22 February 2018

The Future will be Virtual or will not be.

(Luxembourg)

Under the title “The Future will be Virtual or will not be”, two round table discussions will bring together international speakers and VR experts to discuss a range of topics surrounding the development, distribution and experience of VR and immersive content. Read more

01 March 2018

Creative Thirst Days for people wanting to become a Cluster member

Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg)

Every 1st Thursday of the month, the Creative Industries Cluster invites you to come and find out about our creative industries cluster and discover the fabric of our creative community in Luxembourg. Sharing, debating, connecting, reflecting and networking is expected. Read more

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In just three decades, the Luxembourg space sector has grown from nothing into probably the most dynamic in Europe.

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Luxembourg’s start-up ecosystem has grown by leaps and bounds in only a few years to become an attractive investment hub for many start-ups and innovative companies hoping to access the different national markets in Europe.

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Supporting innovation in SMEs is a main objective of the government's economic diversification policy.

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Thanks to a strong political will to diversify the economy and an overall favourable business climate, Luxembourg has become, over the years, an attractive location for shipping businesses.

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Luxembourg is a globally recognised hub for information and communication technologies (ICT) and further positioning itself as a centre of excellence in cybersecurity and data protection.

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Being a typical model for circular economy, the 'wood' sector is a source of varied economic activities in Luxembourg with great development potential.

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The country offers an attractive economic environment for entrepreneurs who are keen to create value whilst reducing pollution, waste and energy consumption.

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The Life Sciences sector is expanding in Luxembourg and attracting researchers from across the globe.

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Long established as a world leader in the twin sectors of fund administration and private banking, Luxembourg is the eurozone's leading financial centre and # 12 in the world. It is the second largest for investment funds globally thanks to its pre-eminent role in the European market and as service provider in Asia, the Middle East and South America.

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Located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg provides global companies with many strategic advantages for conducting their business successfully in, from and to Europe.

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