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The municipality in Dudelange plans to reanimate the old ARBED industrial site in Dudelange. Until the beginning of 2018 the building should be redecoreted to become the “Innovation Hub Dudelange” hosting 12 to 14 small offices for start-ups. The new incubator will offer office space to young entrepreneurs for a reduced price and a maximum period of 5 years. The project will be implemented in collaboration with Luxinnovation, the Technoport and the Ministry of the Economy. Being part of a bigger construction project called “Nei Schmelz”, the Innovation hub will be at the heart of a new CO2 neutral neighbourhood. Therefore, Luxembourg and Greater Region start-ups that are active in the field of CleanTech or Ecoinnovation will find an ideal testing ground for launching their businesses.

 

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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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A window to Europe

05-07-2022

For several years, the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Offices have invited start-ups from their local markets to Luxembourg tech event ICT Spring. Combining the presence at the event with a tailor-made visit programme, this offers a concrete insight into what it would mean to locate their European offices in Luxembourg.
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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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A Luxembourg testbed for optimising electrical vehicle fleet charging

27-06-2022

German start-up RiDERgy provides companies with innovative tools for electrifying their vehicle fleet and optimising electric vehicle charging. The company has chosen Luxembourg as the testbed for perfecting and commercialising its offering.
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Developing technology for industry

24-06-2022

Supporting businesses with their R&D projects and helping them speed up prototyping and market introduction is central for the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST). LIST’s Sustainable Biotech Innovation Centre cooperates with companies on their development of bio-based products and bioprocesses.
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