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The municipality in Dudelange plans to reanimate the old ARBED industrial site in Dudelange. Until the beginning of 2018 the building should be redecoreted to become the “Innovation Hub Dudelange” hosting 12 to 14 small offices for start-ups. The new incubator will offer office space to young entrepreneurs for a reduced price and a maximum period of 5 years. The project will be implemented in collaboration with Luxinnovation, the Technoport and the Ministry of the Economy. Being part of a bigger construction project called “Nei Schmelz”, the Innovation hub will be at the heart of a new CO2 neutral neighbourhood. Therefore, Luxembourg and Greater Region start-ups that are active in the field of CleanTech or Ecoinnovation will find an ideal testing ground for launching their businesses.

 

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The smart manufacturing revolution

23-10-2019

The major Smart Manufacturing conference on 7 November will focus on how to increase competitiveness with new technologies.
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A Luxembourg base for medical exoskeletons

22-10-2019

ExoAtlet offers paralysed people the opportunity to walk again. The Russian start-up has chosen Luxembourg as the new location of its headquarters in order to target the European rehabilitation market.
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Cybersecurity in Luxembourg: An expanding sector

15-10-2019

Luxembourg is internationally renowned for its expertise in cybersecurity. A recent mapping of the sector highlights a dynamic sector specialising, in particular, in risk identification and protection.
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Changes in financial industry “only going to happen faster than before”

07-10-2019

Daniel Schulman, the CEO of Paypal, was in Luxembourg this Monday to inaugurate the PayPal-FNR PEARL Chair in Digital Financial Services, the first one built on a public-private partnership in this field.
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A US autumn for Luxembourg start-ups

07-10-2019

7 of Luxemboug's most promising start-ups have been selected for participation in two acceleration programmes specifically designed for entering the US market.
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