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Ten innovative ICT start-ups with great ideas and a strong drive to succeed will have the opportunity to benefit from the 8th edition of Fit 4 Start that will begin in April 2019. They will have access to four months of intensive coaching provided by international experts in entrepreneurship, venture capital and company growth. They will also receive a grant of €50,000, with the possibility to obtain another €100,000 in case they are able to raise a sufficient amount of private equity.

Fit 4 Start participants become part of a vibrant and international community of start-ups that often use Luxembourg as a launchpad for reaching European and global markets. They also have full access to the start-up ecosystem that includes incubators, investors, authorities and decision-makers, all striving to see Luxembourg-based start-ups grow and succeed.

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“Luxembourg presents a lot of opportunities for entrepreneurs and start-ups,” says Galo Vargas, CEO of Inkspired who successfully graduated from the 6th Fit 4 Start edition.

Tom Michels, CEO of Salonkee, also graduated from Fit 4 Start in 2018. “The Fit 4 Start programme was perfect for us to really accelerate our development,” he says.

Interested entrepreneurs are invited to submit their applications to Fit 4 Start from 21 December 2018 to 28 January 2019 (12:00 pm CET time).

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