December 2021 ISSUE #48

“Investing in Luxembourg by choice”

Since 1 August 2021, Patrick Nickels heads the Directorate General for Foreign Trade and Investment Promotion at Luxembourg’s Ministry of the Economy. Crossroads newsletter spoke to him about his priorities and why international companies choose to invest in Luxembourg.

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Crossroads Magazine #3 Autumn 2021

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University of Luxembourg inaugurates new supercomputer

The new AION high performance computer now provides state-of-the-art support to the university's researchers and partners. The supercomputer is an important tool for the university's digital strategy.

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Kuehne+Nagel opens new e-commerce fulfilment centre in Luxembourg

By opening its third contract logistics site in Luxembourg, Kuehne+Nagel further leverages this central European location for e-commerce that provides easy access to the continent's most important consumer markets.

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gener8tor announces new Luxembourg accelerator

gener8tor, a “Top-15” United States-based accelerator and venture fund, announced that it is choosing Luxembourg as its launch point into Europe.

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Luxembourg progresses in World Digital Competitiveness Ranking

Luxembourg gains 6 places in the 2021 World Digital Competitiveness Ranking and ranks 22nd overall. The country stands out in particular for its regulatory framework and capital.

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New Crossroads Magazine: The digital transformation of industry

Why do international industrial groups use their Luxembourg entities to spearhead their digital transformation? What added value does Luxembourg’s huge international talent pool offer to businesses? Crossroads Magazine provides the answers.

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Multinational to the core

Luxembourg has the EU's most international population and a multinational workforce. This is a huge asset for companies addressing global markets and creates businesses with a truly international mindset from the word “go”.

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A global team for global business

The Vodafone teams in Luxembourg includes 400 people from over 60 different countries. This diversity of skills and cultures, and the networks that the staff bring with them, are key to the company’s successful business across the world.

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At one point, one of my start-ups had a team of 20 including 14 different nationalities. That is an incredible experience for everyone: it gives you a unique company culture and keeps you motivated to listen to others.

Patrick Kersten, CEO, Vesperia


Luxembourg best in the world for attracting talent

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Luxembourg has 4th best connectivity in the EU

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Luxembourg a leading green finance centres

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Luxembourg living

Rajesh Gavara came from India to Luxembourg to work as an R&D manager at Amer-Sil. Meet one of the many highly skilled professionals who have chosen to pursue their careers in Luxembourg.

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