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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Creative Christmas Shopping beyond the mainstream: StijlMarkt comes to Luxembourg!

21-11-2017

StijlMarkt is Germany’s exceptional platform and trade fair for young design, trends and lifestyle beyond the mainstream. For a whole weekend it’s home to young designers as well as small crea...
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Nation Branding awarded !

09-11-2017

One year after its implementation, the visual identity of Luxembourg is experiencing a good level of success. On November 9, the campaign won the City Nation Place Award 2017 in the “Best Expression...
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International call for applications: 30 years of Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Saint-Étienne Métropole

06-11-2017

Are you a start-up or an enterprise and are you keen to try out your product/service/application in the museum sector? Would you like to go one step further in the development of your project by including user feedbacks and a design approach? Give the DesignTech experience a try.
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Francine Closener signs co-funding agreement for 1535° Creative Hub

27-09-2017

The project 1535° Creative Hub was launched by the city of Differdange in 2013 with the objective to boost creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship and to create a platform where creative industries can develop and exchange. A co-funding agreement was signed on 24 September 2017 by the Secretary of State of the Economy Francine Closener and the Mayor of Differdange Roberto Traversini.
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22 November 2017

Journée Export Grande Région

Kirchberg (Luxembourg)

Les entreprises artisanales voient une activité transfrontalière de plus en plus comme une opportunité pour se développer. Read more

23 November 2017

Remise des prix: Prix de l’innovation dans l’artisanat

(Luxembourg)

Pour cette édition du Prix de l'innovation dans l'artisanat, 5 catégories ont été créées afin de guider les candidats à identifier leur innovation dans leur entreprise. Le lauréat de chaque catégorie sera divulgué lors de la cérémonie de remise des prix le 23 novembre 2017. Read more

25 November 2017

ART FREAK COPY CLUB

Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

Art Freak Copy Club, installé au Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion du Mudam et s’articulant autour d’un duplicopieur Riso, est dédié à la création de publications participatives qui ont le but d'apprécier, de commenter et d’analyser les expositions, la collection, les artistes et le musée. Read more

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Maritime

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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Life Sciences

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

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Manufacturing

Composites, multifunctional materials and highly customised production technologies are at the heart of Luxembourg’s manufacturing sector.

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Start-ups

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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Space

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

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Automotive

Luxembourg is a major centre for the automotive industry’s supply chain with an exceptional business environment.

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Logistics

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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Wood

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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CleanTech

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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Finance

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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ICT

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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Skilled Crafts

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

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