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Thanks to the eleven Luxembourgish exhibitors having participated in the Euromaritime business exhibition, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg takes third place behind France and Finland and ahead of the Netherlands. This enthusiastic participation of Luxembourg bears testimony to the growth and dynamism of its maritime sector. Its maritime cluster is gathering 60 member companies since the beginning of the year. The 220 ocean-going ships that proudly fly the Red Lion flag are just one of many facets of the blue economy of a country that is resolutely turning to the oceans. The same is true for the financial sector in the Grand Duchy, which, even though it is often promoted abroad, is part of a wider set of specialized service providers as Law firms, marine insurance companies, classification societies, ship brokers and strategy advisors. Another remarkable fact is that Luxembourg is home to a maritime surveillance sector and numerous equipment manufacturers supplying innovative materials and components to shipyards.

On the occasion of its second participation, Luxembourg has also introduced itself with its new nation branding “Luxembourg, let’s make it happen” which is the fruit of a reflection led by the Government but also involving civil society. The Luxembourg Maritime Administration, the Department of Inland Waterways of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, the Chamber of Commerce and the Luxemburg Maritime Cluster which promoted the Luxembourgish presence at Euromaritime have welcomed hundreds of visitors at the stand.

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“Efficient support, impressive open-mindedness”

09-07-2024

Japanese deeptech startup Thermalytica speaks about launching its innovative insulation technology from Luxembourg for European market expansion.
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Building bridges for startup market expansion

05-07-2024

A partnership between Tsukuba City in Japan and Luxembourg paves the way for startups from the two countries to penetrate the European and Asian markets.
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Strengthening Luxembourg-South Korea business relations

03-07-2024

Luxembourg’s new embassy in Seoul was inaugurated on 3 July 2024 during a government working visit to South Korea focusing on the economy and research.
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Teraki opens Luxembourg office with plans to scale

03-07-2024

In April 2024, German Teraki registered a new office in Luxembourg, from where it plans to expedite market entry for AI-driven autonomous vehicle solutions.
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Exploring European business expansion at Nexus 2050

01-07-2024

Numerous international innovative companies attended tech event Nexus 2050 to discover opportunities for further European business expansion through Luxembourg.
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15 startups graduate from the Fit 4 Start #14 programme

28-06-2024

The 2024 Fit 4 Start Graduate Showcase, held at Luxexpo The Box alongside the Nexus 2050 event, celebrated 15 startups that successfully completed the 14th edition of the startup acceleration programme managed by Luxinnovation.
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Luxembourg's investor appeal surges

18-06-2024

72% of senior executives surveyed by EY plan to invest in Luxembourg within the next year. The country also remains the top destination for FDI projects per capita.
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Japanese startup Thermalytica opens subsidiary in Luxembourg

13-06-2024

The startup will transfer its EU patents rights to the new subsidiary, which will spearhead the insulation performance specialist’s European market expansion.
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Nexus 2050: Meet Luxembourg’s thriving tech ecosystem

11-06-2024

Luxembourg’s new tech event on 26-27 June 2024 will focus on artificial intelligence. An opportunity for international companies to meet key innovation players.
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Support, scaling, funding: Luxembourg’s startup strategy

06-06-2024

Three experienced entrepreneurs and Luxinnovation’s CEO discuss the strengths of Luxembourg’s startup support ecosystem and the areas that need further efforts.
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Digital health: The rocky road towards reimbursement

30-05-2024

How to prove the value of digital health solutions and obtain social security reimbursement was a key topic of the 2024 European Digital Healthtech Conference.
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Successful research partnerships in security and trust

27-05-2024

The partnership programme of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) results in research with a real impact on industry.
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Taking digital health from innovation to market success

24-05-2024

On 14-15 May 2024, the second edition of the European Digital Healthtech Conference focused on how to simplify EU market access for digital health solutions.
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Luxembourg launches Dataspace4Health

23-04-2024

Using the power of data to transform healthcare, this ecosystem is designed to revolutionise secure and compliant health data exchange in Luxembourg and beyond.
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Luxembourg joins NATO's DIANA network

22-04-2024

In a joint effort by the Luxembourg Directorate of Defence and Luxinnovation, a selection of national innovation facilities has just been selected to integrate the DIANA (Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic) network of NATO.
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Luxembourg stock exchange excels in sustainable finance

15-04-2024

The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) has been named Exchange of the Year for the 7th time since 2017 at the 2024 Sustainable Debt Awards by Environmental Finance. This recognition follows its significant contributions to sustainable development.
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South Korean Vsion opens European HQ in Luxembourg

12-04-2024

Smart window specialist Vsion incorporates in Luxembourg to expand into the European market with its groundbreaking PDLC film technology.
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Sustainable composite materials for vehicles of the future

08-04-2024

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology creates sustainable composite materials fulfilling the needs of transport equipment manufacturers.
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“An international view on the European healthtech market”

08-04-2024

Carole Brückler at the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy speaks about why companies should attend the European Digital Healthtech Conference on 14-15 May 2024.
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Luxembourg one of the world’s 20 top financial centres

05-04-2024

According to the Global Financial Centres Index, Luxembourg’s financial centre performs particularly well in human capital and infrastructure.
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LIST and Expon Capital to attract AI companies to Luxembourg

28-03-2024

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and VC company Expon Capital have joined forces to identify R&D opportunities in artificial intelligence.
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56 days until the 2024 European Digital HealthTech Conference

19-03-2024

Register for a unique conference exploring the challenges of bringing health technologies to the market and their solutions from 14 to 15 May 2024 in Luxembourg. A call for speakers is also open until 16 April.
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Pony.ai to advance autonomous mobility from Luxembourg

07-03-2024

On 6 March 2024, the California-based mobility company signed a memorandum of understanding focused on R&D and deployment of autonomous vehicles in Luxembourg.
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Science-VC partnership spurs Luxembourg healthtech innovation

28-02-2024

The Luxembourg Institute of Health and Catalpa Ventures will support digital health innovation by bridging scientific research and venture capital.
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Support for Luxembourg companies to find qualified talents

20-02-2024

Employment agency ADEM outlines strategies for helping companies find the best candidates and the impact of a new immigration law in facilitating recruitment.
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Digital twins: towards a common Luxembourg approach

13-02-2024

Researchers in Luxembourg are using digital twin technologies to address complex challenges while contributing to the goal of creating a federated national model.
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An unexpectedly good hiking destination

09-02-2024

A writer at The Times takes a ramble through Luxembourg's south and names the country "Europe's best hiking destination".
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Space Resources Accelerator: ESRIC leads historic lunar initiative

02-02-2024

Luxembourg-based European Space Resources Innovation Centre has been entrusted with conceptualising the world’s first business accelerator for the lunar economy.
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Breaking data barriers: Dynaccurate’s healthtech innovation journey in Luxembourg

28-01-2024

Dynaccurate’s technology harmonises data using artificial intelligence. Applications for the technology are vast, especially in health and life sciences. All sectors where precise meaning is necessary can benefit, and this can include defence, law and engineering to name a few. CEO Dermot Doyle talks about how the company innovates in Luxembourg, which provides many possibilities for research partnerships.
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Digital twins in healthcare: MDSIM’s innovative approach

23-01-2024

Luxembourg healthtech start-up MDSIM is revolutionising the way surgeries are planned and executed. Benefitting from the country’s support for innovative R&D, data infrastructure and partnerships within the local ecosystem, it does this by harnessing the power of computer modelling and simulation, data sciences and artificial intelligence to unlock new horizons in patient care.
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