In response to the economic challenges arising from the coronavirus crisis, the Luxembourg Government has set up an economic support package. The exceptional and extraordinary measures included are worth nearly €9 billion, or roughly 15% of GDP. This is the largest amount of economic aid ever mobilised in Luxembourg to help businesses and their employees get through difficult times.
In response to the emergency, the economic support package addresses all businesses: small merchants, SMEs and self-employed people. Many of the governmental support measures are also suitable for startups.
We will in the coming days offer a series of webinars about these support measures: https://www.startupluxembourg.com/webinars Further details about the agenda and registration links will be available soon. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg‘s new global campaign, “𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗕𝘂𝘀𝗶𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀 𝗕𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗻𝗴𝘀” is a campaign that aims to provide a powerful platform for businesses to come together, drive growth, and make a real difference in the market. As part of this campaign, we will spotlight our members who have also answered three short questions for us! We asked Craig Blair | Country Head | Franklin Templeton
Festival Events Asbl has announced the launch of its British & Irish Film Festival Luxembourg 2023 (Autumn edition), which will take place from 13 to 28 September in the Cinémathèque and Ciné Utopia. The festival provides a unique opportunity for viewers to experience various new films from the UK and Ireland before their release in Luxembourg, and vote in the Audience Award. The organiser will screen 12 feature-length films from a cross-section of genres, mainly representing independent cinema. The organiser will also screen five short films, host a seminar, and launch a Young Filmmaker Competition.
The objectives of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg are to follow and influence developments in the economic and business world in Luxembourg affecting members’ interests, and so contribute to making Luxembourg an attractive place to do business. The Tax and Legal groups of the BCC address key issues in their sectors to corporate and individual members through a number of events, and seek to raise awareness and influence decision makers as to the issues of concern to the BCC membership.