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Since 2008, more than 220 projects have been co-financed under this programme, involving more than 1,000 partner companies, nearly half of which are SMEs that collaborate with user organisations, large companies, universities and research organisations to develop innovative solutions.

In Luxembourg, the Ministry of the Economy (via Luxinnovation as National Contact Point) and the National Research Fund provide access to AAL funding with a dedicated budget of € 325,000 each, for a total of € 800,000, adding the complementary mechanisms of the European Union.

The next call for projects will be launched in February 2019, on the subject”Sustainable smart solutions to age well”. An information day will be held in Brussels on 31 January, during which the AAL National Contact Points, the European Commission officials and the ALA secretariat will present details of the call and give guidelines about the different ways to apply and to obtain an increased chance of success.

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Launch of the first call for projects in the field of High-Performance Computing

25-07-2022

The Ministry of the Economy announced the launch of a new joint call for projects, in partnership with the Fonds national de la recherche (FNR) and Luxinnovation, in the field of high-performance computing.
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SecurityScorecard develops business from Luxembourg

19-07-2022

SecurityScorecard, the global leader in cybersecurity ratings, has been operating in Luxembourg to develop its business on the local and European market. Hosted by accelerator Tomorrow Street, the company adds a new component to the country’s internationally renowned cybersecurity ecosystem.
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Targeting the African market from Luxembourg

11-07-2022

SDG Global develops solar-powered telemedicine and digital education kits designed in particular for the African market. The company has chosen Luxembourg as its base for accelerating its global business.
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How to automate fund operations

11-07-2022

Moving the fund industry from legacy systems and Excel files requiring heavy manual support to simplified fully automated processes for data harmonisation and regulatory compliance: this is the ambitious objective of Next Gate Tech. The young start-up’s efforts have already received the seal of approval from clients and investors alike.
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International start-ups exploring Luxembourg

04-07-2022

25 international start-ups, supported by the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Offices located around the world, attended tech event ICT Spring on 30 June – 1 July 2022. We spoke to some of them to hear why they were interested in exploring Luxembourg as their potential base for entering the European market.
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