The aim of this agreement is to improve the visibility and accessibility for artisanal businesses to the digitisation or innovation programmes proposed by the Ministry of the Economy through the “Fit 4” programmes of Luxinnovation.
The Digitalt Handwierk Competence Center (CDC DigiHW) will therefore help to identify and mobilise artisanal companies wishing to improve their performance towards Luxinnovations’s digitisation or innovation programmes best adapted to their needs.
In addition, the CDC DigiHW will offer advice and support to artisanal companies as part of the implementation of the digitalisation support programmes offered by Luxinnovation.
To simplify and improve accessibility
Together, we will think about innovative solutions developed by Luxembourg start-ups that could address needs identified by the Competence Center and, at the same time, work to simplify and improve accessibility of artisanal businesses to the support offered by the Ministry of the Economy, Sasha Baillie, CEO of Luxinnovation said.