€ 1.2 M
The amount that will be potentially invested by the government into small enterprises in the communes of Differdange and Dudelange. The necessary funding is thanks to the aid schemes under the law of 17 May 2017 for the promotion of research, development and innovation.
The amount invested by the Business Angels – part of the Luxembourg Business Angel Network – in Luxembourg-based startups in 2017. Over 60 angels are financially supporting innovative companies in the Grand Duchy.
4,200 SQUARE METERS
The size of the new House of Startups that will open its doors by summer 2018 in Luxembourg City. Spanning four floors, it will be able to host 200 innovative startups.
According to the fdi Intelligence division of the Financial Times, Luxembourg is ranked 12th among the most promising cities and regions across the whole of Europe – with London as number one, followed by Dublin and Paris. For the “European Cities and Regions of the Future 2018/19” ranking, data was collected for 489 locations (301 cities, 150 regions and 38 LEPS) under five categories: economic potential, labor environment, cost effectiveness, infrastructure and business friendliness. Additional surveys were conducted as part of a sixth category: fdi strategy.