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€ 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.

€ 5M

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.

12 RANK­ING

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.

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