Digital Innovation Ecosystem

The digital economy provides a large number of opportunities to innovate. The Luxembourg Government collaborates with all stakeholders to stimulate the use of digital technologies by creating the right investment and policy frameworks to support innovation and growth.

Key objectives

  • facilitate start-up creation and access to funding
  • bridge the gap between innovation, research and the economy
  • create physical space for innovation and entrepreneurship
  • maximize the contribution of the digital economy to growth by encouraging multi-stakeholder co-operation
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    The House of Start-ups initiative established by the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and its partners aims to create synergies within the country’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and help raise its international profile, according to CEO Karin Schintgen. Innovation, she says, is a quality deeply engrained in the national psyche.
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    The ILNAS, in collaboration with the University of Luxembourg, is organising an event to mark the 48th World Standards Day on Friday, 13 October 2017, at the ‘Maison du Savoir’ in Esch-Belval, starting at 2 p.m.
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    On 29 September 2017, Prime Minister and Minister of State Xavier Bettel took part in the digital summit in Tallinn attended by the Heads of State or Government of the European Union countries and organised as part of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
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    On 12 September 2017 Prime Minister and Minister of State Xavier Bettel and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Étienne Schneider attended the opening of the Tomorrow Street Innovation Centre of Vodafone and Technoport S.A. .
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    The 4th International Systems Biomedicine Symposium, titled „The Impact of Big Data Analytics on Healthcare” will be held at Maison du Savoir, Campus Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette, on 4-5 October 2017.
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    After more than two years’ work, the francophone member countries of the Creative Commons network (Luxembourg, Belgium, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, France and Switzerland) can now access the official translation of the 4.0 licences.