The University of Luxembourg ranks 12th in the 2020 edition of the Times Higher Education Young University Ranking. It moves up 5 places compared to 2019.
The 2020 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) considers Luxembourg as the world’s 2nd most sustainable country in its analysis of sustainability around the world.
Maana Electric has developed a revolutionary technology for producing solar panels from sand. Attracted to Luxembourg by the country’s drive to support the new space sector, the start-up is developing a cost-effective and clean way of producing solar energy that can be used on Earth as well as in space.
A new version of the brochure "How to set up a business in Luxembourg" has just been released. The guide provides practical information for international company executives on business permits, legal forms, immigration, financing, taxation and social security as well as on settling down and education in Luxembourg.
In line with large parts of the world, the coronavirus epidemic and the related lockdown measures put in place in Luxembourg have considerably impacted the country’s economy. The government has mobilised massive resources to support business, and the national statistics institute forecasts that the 2020 recession will be followed by substantial growth in 2021.
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For this 2018 edition of Vivatechnology event, the Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Ministry of the Economy, Luxinnovation and the House of Startups decided to be present at this fair wit... Read more
FIT 4 START 9 - Thank you and congrats!
Ten ICT start-ups, five companies in the healthtech sector and five in space tech were admitted into Luxembourg’s renowned acceleration programme Fit 4 Start at the Pitching & Graduation Day on 3 October. The biggest ever cohort of participants will benefit from intensive coaching, free access to co-working facilities and a subsidy of up to €150,000.
Fit 4 Start - Are you ready to take off?
The Fit 4 Start programme helps young innovative companies to launch their business from Luxembourg, transforming innovative ideas and the project leaders’strong will to succeed into companies with high growth potential.
Why they chose Luxembourg - SALONKEE
Luxembourg is too small? “It’s a perfect test bed before expanding to bigger markets” says Tom Michels, Founder of Salonkee (smart services).
Why they chose Luxembourg - WIZATA
Luxembourg is just a financial centre? “The country has a strong pioneering and industrial heritage, ideal for start-ups” says Jean-Philippe Hugo, founder of Wizata (industry 4.0, AI).