search

The European American Enterprise Council, a transatlantic accelerator based in Luxembourg, has announced that the country will be represented in the Eureka Park pavilion, which is one of the most popular at the CES.

Eight stands are reserved for early stage startups. They will be selected by a committee, composed of members of the EAEC and Luxinnovation, the economic promotion agency. The judges will favour applications from the big data, internet of things, greentech and foodtech sectors.

The deadline to apply is 27 October. Applications can be sent to: ces@eaec.lu.

The winners will be announced on 15 November. The CES will take place between 9 and 12 January 2018.

Article from Delano.lu 

Read more

“Key issue behind ecodesign is lifecycle thinking”

23-10-2020

Speaker at the Circular by Design Challenge presentation webinar, the 27. October, Professor Martin Charter, an international specialist in the circular economy, explains the challenges of circular design.
Read more

Facilitating data exchange for innovation

16-10-2020

Data is one of the most precious assets in today’s information society. In a keynote address given at the final of the EU Datathon competition on 15 October 2020, Luxinnovation’s CEO Sasha Baillie spoke about the enormous value that can be derived from data and the need for establishing accessible, high-quality, secure data exchange platforms.
Read more

New Fit 4 Start graduates and participants announced

15-10-2020

Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot and Sasha Baillie, CEO of Luxinnovation, announced on 15 October the names of the 20 start-ups that have been selected for participation in the 10th edition of the Fit 4 Start acceleration programme. The minister also summarised the results of the programme, 5 years after its launch.
Read more

Luxembourg among the first signatories of the Artemis Accords

14-10-2020

Luxembourg became a founding member of the Artemis Accords when Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot signed the Accords on behalf of the country. The objectives of the NASA-led programme include sending the first woman and next man to the surface of the Moon in 2024.
Read more

All news

Close