According to Statec’s ICT study, 97% of Luxembourgish households had internet access in 2016.

In 2016, almost every home in Luxembourg (97%) had access to the internet. The few which did not either did not need internet, lacked the skills to use it or accessed it elsewhere.

Moreover, 95% of internet users are connected to the internet every day or almost every day, with 83% accessing it via their smartphone. 80% use the internet outside of their home or in their workplace.

The 2016 ICT study also revealed that only 8% of internet users did not provide their personal data on the internet. Four out of ten had read the relative clauses regarding confidentiality policies before giving out their personal information over the internet, whilst six out of ten limited access to their geographical location and/or their social media profile or content.

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“A strategic move”


In early 2023, international business consulting firm Maycode opened its EU office in Luxembourg. The choice of location was natural as the financial industry is one of its main target markets, but the company also considers the central location and exceptional international openness of the Grand Duchy as strategic assets for its future development.
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Luxembourg Venture Days 2023 a success


The first edition of the Luxembourg Venture Days attracted no less than 450 participants from the Grand Duchy and abroad who are passionate about Luxembourg’s dynamic start-up ecosystem. Entrepreneurs, investors and support players could network, attend panels and workshops, listen to pitches and be the first to discover the lucky start-ups selected for the 14th edition of acceleration programme Fit 4 Start.
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20 start-ups selected for the Fit 4 Start programme


The names of the 20 start-ups selected for participation in the 14th edition of the Fit 4 Start acceleration programme were officially unveiled at the Luxembourg Venture Days 2023. This flagship event of the ecosystem was organised from 17 to 19 October 2023 by Luxinnovation and its partners.
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Luxembourg and Korean SK Telecom to exchange on quantum expertise


The Luxembourg government has signed a memorandum of understanding with South Korean quantum technologies leader SKT aimed at cooperation in the field of quantum technologies.
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“Luxembourg exceeds my expectations”


Korean start-up Posture AI addresses a common health problem: backpain. After developing its artificial intelligence solution using smart posture devices from its base in South Korea, the company has now chosen Luxembourg as its base for targeting the European market and moving forward with the data dimension of its products and services.
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