We source the most relevant experts to address our Members’ innovation needs

National Innovation Agency, Luxinnovation offers a wide portfolio of services to companies and public research organisations in order to foster innovation, thus supporting the Government’s economic development objectives.

The agency also ensures that Luxembourg continues to attract international investment, companies and skills that are a perfect fit for the country.

Paul Wurth InCub is an incubator devoted to develop successful entrepreneurs in the Industrial Technologies sector (#InduTech), by providing Paul Wurth’s international expertise and explore new market opportunities together.

The LHoFT Foundation is a public-private sector initiative and Luxembourg’s dedicated FinTech hub where Finance and Technology interact to foster innovation and develop solutions to share the future of financial services.

Offering Fintech incubation, co-working space and a soft-landing platform into the EU, the LHoFT connects, engages with and creates value for the broader Fintech ecosystem be it financial institutions, the IT industry, investors, research and academia, as well as regulatory and governing authorities.te & public powerful ecosystem.

Neobuild is the first and unique technological innovation pole for the sustainable construction sector in Luxembourg.

Neobuild covers a wide span of the value chain, both upstream and downstream, from creating the network and seeking funding to promote the innovations for the sector.

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) conducts internationally competitive research in information and communication technology (ICT) with high relevance creating socio-economic impact.

In addition to long-term, high-risk research, SnT engages in demand driven collaborative projects with industry and the public sector.

Initiated by the Chamber of Commerce and supported by the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg-City Incubator (LCI) offers a generalist incubator space and fosters startups in a variety of sectors with priority given to UrbanTech, commerce, tourism, environment, logistics and construction & housing.

It is one of the larger incubators hosted within the House of Startups and aims at supporting and reinforcing the economic and social dynamics of the city and the country.

Technoport supports technology-oriented startup companies from ICT to industrial applications through their internationally renowned business incubator. Besides, Technoport offers a co-working space including an immersive testing room and hosts in average around 40 companies.

Tomorrow Street is an innovation centre that accelerates leading edge technology through scaling late stage startups.

As a joint venture between Vodafone and Luxembourg's national incubator, Technoport, its innovation centre hosts and supports the next generation of strategic suppliers to Vodafone, and is a technology hub that attracts entrepreneurs and talent to the fast growing tech sector in Luxembourg.

Le Village by CA Luxembourg is an accelerator of business and innovation for highly innovative startups with a potential for international growth (aerospace, cyber security, fintech and insurtech, maritime, green economy, smart city, etc).

The accelerator provides the necessary skills to give support on various issues in order to ensure entrepreneurs' rapid and viable growth such as giving an experts and mentors network, support and advice from multinational partners, “first class” offices and facilities etc. Its objective is to provide the best opportunities for a cross-border success. Le Village by CA Luxembourg has been initiated by the 5 Crédit Agricole entities based in Luxembourg  Caceis, Amundi, CA Indosuez, Cali Europe et Camca Assurance.