Hot off the press, the second issue of Happen provides an insight into business opportunities and advantages in Luxembourg and showcases the country’s technological excellence and innovative spirit.
Two main players in Luxembourg’s industrial landscape are investing: Ampacet is setting up two new plastics masterbatch production lines at its European headquarters here, and Cebi International is building a completely new research centre
Japanese space robotics company ispace opened an office in Luxembourg in February 2017. “We were looking for a European base to expand our business development and operations,” says Managing Director Kyle Acierno. “When the Space Resource initiative was launched, we saw that the vision of the Luxembourg government was very similar to our own.”
Over the past two years, Luxembourg has established itself as the European hotspot for “new space” companies engaged in the commercial exploration and exploitation of space resources. In order to support its fast expanding space community, the country launched a business-oriented space agency in September 2018. The agency will support the industry, attract new companies, develop human resources and offer innovative financial solutions.
How to set up a business in Luxembourg
6 detailed fact sheets about business permit, legal form, immigration, taxation, settling down and education explain to foreign investors how to set up a business in Luxembourg and which administrative and organisational steps are needed to settling down in the country.
Vivre et travailler au Luxembourg
Luxembourg Trade & Invest - a unified force serving the economy
Luxembourg’s economic identity is strongly marked by industrial entrepreneurship, a tradition of dialogue with the rest of the world and openness to new ideas.
The goal of the economic promotion strategy outlined in 2017 is to ensure that the country enjoys dynamic, sustainable development, consistent with its values and identity, to guarantee a prosperous future.