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Luxembourg: Your launch pad for business in Europe

Are you looking to launch or expand your business activities in Europe? The most international country in the EU is your perfect starting point. Develop and adapt your products and services in an innovation-friendly environment and create the teams and networks you need to conquer the European and global market.


Luxembourg’s ambition to become a leading data economy capitalises on its internationally recognised strengths in connectivity, data-processing capacity and cybersecurity. The country provides a comprehensive, supportive ecosystem where all parties, public and private, work hand in hand to to help businesses innovate and grow nationally and internationally.


Luxembourg is firmly committed to supporting an economy that is both internationally competitive and long-term sustainable. A world-leading centre for green finance, the country is also the first EU member state to align and translate the twin goals of climate neutrality and leadership of the digital revolution into a single strategy.

With its pro-business environment and policies, solid economy, international talent pool and dynamic startup ecosystem, the most international country in Europe should definitely be on your map of countries to explore as you look to expand your business across Europe.

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Highest GDP per capita in the world

(World Data Atlas, 2020)

Longstanding AAA rating

(Moody’s, S&P and Fitch 2021)

#1 worldwide in the economic section for resilience

#3 overall

(2021 FM Global Resilience Index)

2nd most sustainable country in the world

(2020 Environmental Performance Index)

#1 in the world for trade openness

(The World Bank, 2020)

5th most globalised economy in the world

(2021 KOP Globalization Index)

1st largest listing of green bonds in the world

3rd out of 131 countries for political stability

(Cornell University, INSEAD + WIPO, 2020)

1st in the world for its ability to attract talent

(2021 Global Talent Competitiveness Index)

Luxembourg, your ideal business location

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Serveto expands its European presence with new subsidiary in Luxembourg


Earlier this year, Serveto incorporated a subsidiary in Luxembourg. With almost 70 years of expertise in providing versatile logistics solutions across Europe, it now also prides itself in being the first Spanish transporter to acquire and register trucks in the Grand Duchy.
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EU innovation performance continues to improve


In the 2023 edition of the EU’s Innovation Scoreboard, Luxembourg maintains its position as a strong innovator performing above the EU average with a score of 117.2% and with a 1% improvement compared to 2022. The country is placed in the category of strong innovators.
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Luxembourg among the world's top 20 most liveable cities


In the 2023 edition of the Global Liveability Index of the most liveable cities, Luxembourg came out 19th worldwide and 8th within the European cities cited.
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ESRIC Start-up Support Programme welcomes the five new ventures


Launched in 2021, the Luxembourg-based Start-up Support Programme is the first worldwide incubation programme, entirely dedicated to the field of space resources utilisation.
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Luxembourg is a major European hub of business, research and innovation.
In order to remain a leader in solving global challenges, Luxembourg focus lies on key sectors in particular. Explore the different sectors of the Luxembourg economy.

Digital economy
Health Technologies
Luxembourg start-up ecosystem
Smart mobility


Promoting clean technologies and the transition towards a circular economy is a priority in Luxembourg. The country offers an attractive economic environment for entrepreneurs who are looking to create value whilst reducing pollution, waste and energy consumption.

Digital economy

Luxembourg offers an attractive and dynamic business environment for companies with a strong digital dimension that are targeting the European market. Renowned for its digital infrastructure and excellence in cybersecurity and data protection, the country stimulates data-driven innovation with the objective of becoming a leading data economy.


Long established as a world leader in the twin sectors of fund administration and private banking, Luxembourg is the eurozone's leading financial centre and # 12 in the world. It is the second largest for investment funds globally thanks to its pre-eminent role in the European market and as service provider in Asia, the Middle East and South America.

Health Technologies

Luxembourg is home to an expanding health technologies sector and attracts start-ups from across the globe. Digital solutions is a frequent common denominator, and healthtech companies benefit from the country’s excellent digital infrastructure and know-how.


Located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg provides global companies with many strategic advantages for conducting their business successfully in, from and to Europe.

Luxembourg start-up ecosystem

Are you looking for a gateway to the European market, a testbed for a new service/product or a strong industrial/academic partner? Luxembourg is the perfect place to start or scale your entrepreneurial adventure.


Composites, multifunctional materials and highly customised production technologies are at the heart of Luxembourg’s manufacturing sector.


Thanks to a strong political will to diversify the economy and an overall favourable business climate, Luxembourg has become, over the years, an attractive location for shipping businesses.

Smart mobility

Mobility innovation combining multiple means of transportation is high on the agenda in Luxembourg. Join the country’s mobility ecosystem to test, validate and demonstrate your smart mobility solutions and make sure that you are ready for the successful deployment of your offering in Europe.


In just three decades, the Luxembourg space sector has grown from nothing into probably the most dynamic in Europe. With the initiative, the country has established itself as a European hub for commercial space activities.