search

The European Enterprise Promotion Awards reward those who promote entrepreneurship and small business at the national, regional and local level. Since 2006, over 2,800 projects have entered the awards and together they have supported the creation of thousands of new companies.

The objectives of the awards are to:

  • identify and recognise successful activities and initiatives undertaken to promote enterprise and entrepreneurship
  • showcase and share examples of best entrepreneurship policies and practices
  • create a greater awareness of the role entrepreneurs play in society
  • encourage and inspire potential entrepreneurs.

Categories

  • Promoting the entrepreneurial spirit
  • Investing in entrepreneurial skills
  • Improving the business environment
  • Supporting the internationalisation of business
  • Responsible and inclusive entrepreneurship

The award ceremony will be held in November 2017.

Read more

Fit 4 Start: 2 more days to apply

13-04-2021

Promising ICT and space start-ups can still apply to accelerator programme Fit 4 Start and compete for 20 weeks of personalised coaching and grants of up to €150,000. The deadline for applying is 15 April 2021.
Read more

Wisconsin and Luxembourg: Launchpads for business

09-04-2021

One an attractive gateway to Europe, the other an excellent springboard onto the US market: Luxembourg and Wisconsin have more in common than one might initially believe. The Luxembourg Digital Trade Mission to Wisconsin at the end of March 2021 offered companies an overview of mutual business opportunities. A new partnership promoting start-ups was also announced.
Read more

Nature meets futuristic architecture

07-04-2021

The futuristically designed Biodiversum nature conservation centre in Remerschen is the ideal first port of call if you want to discover the "Haff Réimech" nature reserve.
Read more

Luxinnovation to steer the Luxembourg GAIA-X regional hub

26-03-2021

At a conference on March 25, 2021 dedicated to the European digital project GAIA-X, the Minister of Economy, Franz Fayot, launched the Luxembourg regional hub of GAIA-X which will be coordinated by Luxinnovation. In this role, the agency will help all interested public, private and research actors of the Luxembourg data ecosystem to become involved in this European initiative that aims to gather and develop common requirements for a European data infrastructure that is federated, secure and sovereign.
Read more

Luxembourg 8th happiest country in the world

25-03-2021

Luxembourg ranks 8th in the World Happiness Report 2020 and progresses from 10th place in 2019. The turbulence created by COVID-19 has had little influence on the overall ranking of the world's happiest countries, which shows both the global nature of the pandemic and a widely shared resilience in the face of it.
Read more

All news

Fermer