The Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster, with the support Group 7 and AIVA technologies, invited its members to the first networking meeting of 2018 on 28 February at Rockhal, which was a huge success. 

The first members’ networking event for 2018  at Rockhal – Centre de Musiques Amplifiées in Esch, Belval,  was an unmitigated success. It kicked off with a welcome speech by Cluster President Jan Glas, followed by an activity report  & outlook 2018.

In an effort to keep the networking events unique, a summary of the cluster’s 2017 activities and 2018 outlook was followed by a musical performance. Thereafter, the 69 members present had the opportunity to mingle and network.

Marc Lis, Cluster Manager Creative Industries said members were very enthusiastic about the event. “Since we are a “creative” cluster we have to try to do things a little differently and with a creative flair. This time it was music in the spotlight and it worked really well.”

The cluster would like to extend a big thank you to Olivier Toth, General Manager and Sandrine Rasquin, Event Supervisor, both from the Rockhal as well as Group 7 and AIVA Technologies, for making the event so special.

Special thanks to Ian Sanderson for the pictures.  Hope everyone enjoys the gallery of photos.

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