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).
Founded in 2015 by the Chamber of Commerce and the Luxembourg Banker's Association (ABBL), the House of Training's main purpose and mission is to offer multisectoral, professional continuing education in a wide variety of fields. As a leading partner in the field of professional continuing education, the House of Training supports and advises companies, their managers, and employees in developing their skills and knowledge in order to better prepare them for the challenges of the future.
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.
A joint venture between the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg-City Incubator is dedicated to supporting startups developing advanced solutions in sectors such as urban technology, the environment, commerce, construction, tourism and logistics.
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.
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 Institut Supérieur de l'Économie (ISEC) is a higher education institute founded in 2016 by the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts. ISEC offers bachelor's and master's courses for professionals from Luxembourg and the Greater Region who want to develop within their company and obtain a university degree. In order to be able to offer its students internationally recognised university degrees, ISEC has established a network in close cooperation with several high-level partner universities in different countries.
Founded in 1987, Key Job has specialised for more than 30 years in training courses in IT, and more recently in the field of personal development. They offer a range of products from courses in standard office software, to multimedia systems, to high-level technical courses. Key Job's mission is to help Luxembourg businesses acquire the skills needed to successfully implement the digital transformation of their activities and processes.
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.)