As a platform that brings together all stakeholders in the Luxembourg business creation value chain, the House of Entrepreneurship offers a range of services to businesses throughout their life cycle (information on business set up, development and transfer, digitalisation, networking, mentoring, prevention).
‘Opening doors to knowledge and skills’ is the leitmotiv of the House of Training. The House of Training is the continuing vocational training institute of the Chamber of Commerce and the Association des Banques et Banquiers, Luxembourg (ABBL), whose mission is to offer training that meets the needs of the Luxembourg economy.
IDEA is an independent think tank initated by the Chamber of Commerce and acts as a lab for new ideas on sustainable development in Luxembourg. Autonomous and multidisciplinary, IDEA helps contribute to the improvement of the quality of public debate by fuelling it with socio-economic analysis and suggesting innovative ways of meeting the major challenges of tomorrow.
The House of Startups is a hub for incubators that contributes to developing the startup ecosystem in Luxembourg and, as a laboratory for the economy of the future, promotes innovation and economic diversification.
Based at the House of Entrepreneurship, the Mutualité de Cautionnement facilitates access to bank credit for both conventional and innovative Luxembourg businesses, supporting their loan applications and influencing the terms offered by their banks.
The Institut Supérieur de l’Économie (ISEC) is a higher education institution whose programmes (Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees) are aimed at professionals wishing to develop within their company and obtain a university qualification attesting to their specific skills. Calling on the knowledge and experience of several partner universities, the programmes on offer focus on the transfer of practical business management skills and the promotion of entrepreneurship.
In recent years, the Chamber of Commerce has chosen to set up dedicated entities in order to meet different needs in the economy and broaden its diverse service range.
At the same time, the Chamber of Commerce has also decided to acquire interests in several external entities to strengthen its activity and the economy in general.
Overview of the entities, sectors, and federations supported by the Chamber of Commerce in diversifying and developing the Luxembourg economy (investment, sponsoring, etc.)