Managed by Luxinnovation, the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster brings together various market players and enablers to increase their visibility and enhance their potential for innovation and economic growth.

The cluster covers the 12 sub-sectors of the Luxembourg creative industries: architecture (engineering/town planning); crafts and manufacturing; visual arts; films and audio-visuals; design; fashion design; gaming; marketing and communication (including events); literature; digital media and publishing; performing arts; music.

Objectives of the Luxembourg Creative Industry Cluster

  • Provide creative industry players with matchmaking tools (networking events and digital community platform)
  • Guide companies towards national and European funding and support programmes
  • Promote the international visibility of the companies that constitute Luxembourg’s creative industries
  • Map the local creative industry ecosystem to create a data-driven understanding of the economic realities for the country and the market players
  • Create synergies between companies to fill gaps in the ecosystem that the private market has yet to close
  • Enhance the entrepreneurial skills of companies
  • Act as an expert intermediary between the government, institutions, professional chambers, and creative industry players

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