“When I came to Luxembourg, I immediately felt that the country was very innovative,” says Ms Pedersen. “On top of that, people were very polite and respectful. Since then, innovation, business development and sustainability simply have taken off.”

“Luxembourg has a perfect location for business in Europe,” she continues. “We are right in the centre of everything. The country is very open and supportive to new business developments. It is a safe and financially stable, and there are so many innovations going on, you get inspired everywhere.”

She claims to like everything about Luxembourg. “It is such a beautiful country with the finest food and a high quality of life. But what is closest to my heart is probably nature and the history that surrounds it, which is why I chose to be here at Bourglinster Castle.”

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