Newspaper published by the Coordination Committee Inspiring Luxembourg on the occasion of the official presentation of Luxembourg's Signature at the Rotondes, in Luxembourg City, on 10 October 2016.
The pocket statistical yearbook of the Statec provides a general overview on the territory, the population and the economy of Luxembourg. It can be ordered on the statistics portal www.statistiques.public.lu.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is small in size but offers a myriad of opportunities. Career-wise, it is especially appealing to professionals of the financial sector as the country is an internationally recognised centre for fund management, corporate banking, wealth management, insurance, capital market activity and private equity services. The brochure is subdivided into 8 chapters: Chapter 1: Europe's most international financial centre Chapter 2: Speaking your language Chapter 3: The good life Chapter 4: Low contributions, high benefits Chapter 5: Never too late to learn Chapter 6: Perfectly connected Chapter 7: Safe and sound Chapter 8: Nature and entertainment at your fingertips
This brochure published by the City of Luxembourg invites the reader to discover Luxembourg, a vibrant capital offering highest qualtiy of life.
This publication by the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce guides you when starting-up or taking over a business. The brochure can be ordered on the website of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce: www.cc.lu.
Fighting climate change through leveraging public and private financing - this brochure shows how Luxembourg is playing a key role in the fight against climate change, and how public-private partnerships in Luxembourg help your company join the efforts.
Every year, an indicative agenda is developed in association with business federations from the private sector and with public authorities. The agenda includes a large number of commercial and business events across various sectors and markets. The included agenda is indicative. The most updated information is always available on our website: www.cc.lu/autres-services/manifestations. A weekly newsletter provides updated information on forthcoming events (Subscription under www.cc.lu/autres-services/newsletter).
Topping the Mercer quality of living ranking as the city with the best personal safety in the world, Luxembourg's capital is at the heart of a country at the crossroads of Europe. As one of the three seats of the European Union's institutions and a renowned financial services centre, Luxembourg is accustomed to meeting the needs and requirements of top-level business people. This brochure is also available for download and/or may be ordered on the website www.lcto.lu.
This publication informs about guided tours in Luxembourg City and in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, about sightseeing attractions, packages and events. It is available for download and/or may be ordered on the website www.lcto.lu.
This brochure informs about the tourist attractions of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and may also be downloaded on the website www.visitluxembourg.com or ordered with Luxembourg for Tourism.
This brochure provides general and practical information about living and working in Luxembourg. It informs about the Luxembourg healthcare system, education and lifestyle and gives practical information about moving to Luxembourg, conditions of entry and residence, work permit and setting up a business. It also contains useful contacts like addresses of ministries and embassies in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. A copy may be ordered via the website of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce: www.cc.lu.
This brochure explains what LUXFIN2020 is, Luxembourg's vision for the financial centre with a view to build on its core strengths, seize opportunities and support innovation in other, newer sectors of the financial services arena.
On 30 October 2015, Luxembourg launched via its two promotion agencies Luxembourg for Business and Luxembourg for Finance the campaign 'SurprisingLux: Look closer for opportunities beyond borders.' This campaign is designed to dynamically reveal the strength and diversity of the Luxembourg economy through success stories and little-known facets of Luxembourg. These are available in several formats including this brochure, in print and digital, supplemented by a social media campaign. The project is aimed at an international audience and anyone interested in Luxembourg and its economy. More information on www.surprisinglux.lu. The first part of this publication includes four messages illustrated by a variety of key figures and examples. It invites readers to take a closer look at Luxembourg’s assets and strengths as an international business centre. The second part of the brochure looks at Luxembourg’s financial and economic sectors in greater detail with concrete examples that highlight the existing synergies between sectors.
The publication describes the proactive economic development policy pursued by the Luxembourg government and describes emerging and innovative activities (ICT, automotive equipment, logistics, environmental and health technologies...) on which the government focuses. It tries to show that Luxembourg is a prime business location for companies seeking to expand in Europe. The different language versions of the brochure can be ordered on www.luxembourgforbusiness.lu.
Luxembourg is your FinTech Innovation Hub at the heart of the world's largest single market. This brochure shows you how Luxembourg supports start-ups and innovation through public and private funding, through research and development and a world-class infrastructure.
The following profile of Luxembourg has been elaborated in 2014/2015 on the basis of a participatory process following a scientific methodology and implicating the general public and as well as diverse personalities from the Luxembourg society. It is part of the nation branding process of the country and aims at defining the 'brand' of Luxembourg in a clear and comprehensible manner.
This brochure provides some general information about Luxembourg, about the diversification of its economy, the financial sector, private banking, investment funds, insurance services, renminbi business, etc. It is also available on the website of Luxembourg for Finance, the financial sector promotion agency: www.luxembourgforfinance.com.
This booklet, in the form of 18 detachable postcards, is an invitation to discover the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg via www.luxembourg.lu, the official portal of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a website designed and edited by the Information and Press Service of the Government.
This brochure outlines the following topics: geography, history, political system, national symbols, economy, population, language, education and culture of Luxembourg.
This booklet is for those just arrived in Luxembourg and provides information on how to find housing, work, how to open a bank account, to register a car, how to enroll children in school, etc., in short, everything that can be of interest for the new resident. It is available at the Bierger-Center of the City of Luxembourg (44, Place Guillaume II). The guide also has a web counterpart, the website www.justarrived.lu, which is regularly updated.
A touristic survey was conducted in 2013 by the National Tourist Board to get to better know the profile of visitors of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
This guide helps researchers and their families from around the world to settle and work in Luxembourg. It aims at making researchers' mobility experience as easy as possible by presenting an overview of the legal framework in matters such as employment, conditions of entry and residence, taxation, social security, health care... . It also provides information on accommodation and daily life. Find more information on www.euraxess.lu.