Techstars Startup Weekend Luxembourg – 11th Edition – December 2019

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13 Dec 2019
Event by: The lhoft
Location: Luxembourg
Time: NC

Description Dear Innovators, Partners & friends, We are excited to invite you to our very last Fintech Friday of the year - "Celebrating the Holiday Season" sponsored by LuxHub,  to conclude what has been an excellent year For Fintech in luxembourg. As usual, a few specials await! agenda: 5h30 - Open door to Fintech Friday - Big bang 6h30 - Presentation of LuxHub by Jacques Putz, CEO - Open Banking Predictions 2020. 6h45 - Presentation of the Uni.lu Incubator by Pranjul Shah, Head of Incubator - Fostering student entrepreneurship at uni.lu 6h50 - Paperjam Club - It's time - "Get your access For free in 1 click" by Virginie Laurent & Manon loison. 6h55 - Epic Networking - As usual food and drinks will be served. 9h00 - 10h30 Novotel Red Square After-Party (only For Fintech Friday attendees) For This special occasion, We invite you to make your "best" Christmas Jumper shine and win the competition For the ugliest one. Don't blink to take a memorable picture in our Fintech Friday photo booth run by our beloved Eric devillet. Fintech Friday is Luxembourg's fastest growing (and coolest) Fintech Networking event, bringing together Fintech entrepreneurs, executives, VCs, Fintech enthusiasts and business angels. Join us For an Epic end of the year celebration! This is a private event, For registration please contact us at info@lhoft.lu

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Techstars Startup Weekend Luxembourg – 11th Edition – December 2019
Location: Luxembourg
Time: NC
6 Dec - 9 Dec

Description Your idea in 54 hours Techstars Startup Weekend is The place to look For A team, create A prototype of Your idea, validate Your business idea, and receive feedback from experienced entrepreneurs, All in one Weekend. For this 11th Edition, Techstars Startup Weekend Luxembourg cross The bridge taking place in The heart of Luxembourg city  What do You need to bring? Lots of energy! You'll pitch Your own idea or listen to others, then vote on The most interesting ideas and form teams with diverse skill sets. You can come with friends, but You'll get The full experience if You participate in separate teams. Remember, it's All about The team. Your idea should be something You have not previously worked on. The idea You pitch and The problem You set out to solve can span social, educational, financial, environmental, or other issues. Over The course of The Weekend You'll be challenged to create A prototype of Your MVP, or minimum viable product, that fits The needs of Your target customer. You'll get feedback, iterate, and likely pivot Your approach entirely! Important: You cannot have worked previously on Your idea. Techstars Startup Weekend is A full Weekend long experience. Your ticket includes: 7 full (and delicious) meals Over The course of The weekend Benefits and discounts from our global partners One-on-one time with amazing mentors A new network of developers, designers, and entrepreneurs eager, like you, to change The world All The internet and coffee You can consume Registration will open soon. Don't miss the Startup Weekend Pre-event Workshop on November 18th! More details here.

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Research seminar : pricing and optimizing cloud services models
Location: Esch-sur-Alzette
Time: 10h30
9 Dec 2019

Modelling and optimizing cloud computing price are the significant challenges facing many cloud computing practitioners and researchers in the field of cloud economics or Cloudonomics for either achieving competitive advantages or managing cloud resources effectively. Currently, the number of cloud pricing schemes offered by different cloud service providers (CSPs) is overwhelming. Many customers, especially business customers, are puzzling with these pricing models and do not know how to analyze these price schemes to develop their business case so that they can transform their legacy IT infrastructure into a cloud for their business applications. On the other hand, many new CSPs, as newcomers urgently need to know how to create and optimize the cloud price models so that they can effectively compete with their local and global peers and serve their targeted customers well with limited resources by exploring cloud Business to Business (B2B) market. These issues are interdisciplinary challenges involved, such as cloud computing technologies, economics, industrial organization, price theory, decision theory, market segmentation theory, and even the philosophy of science. This presentation investigates these issues from both cloud customers and CSPs’ perspective. It provides a cutting edge solution to resolve the cloud price modelling and optimizing problem from four aspects, namely hedonic pricing, cloud market segmentation, customer utility values, and cloud baseline infrastructure costs. Together, the modelling process includes both external and internal rationalities for various cloud price schemes." Caesar Wu is a senior IEEE member. He is one of the authors of Cloud Data Center and Cost Modeling. He was a senior research officer and a manager in Telstra. He managed and operated many of Telstra’s enterprises and IT data centres. He has over 30 years of working, researching, and academic experiences across various industries.”

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Digital transformation of companies information meeting
Location: Luxembourg
Time: 17h30
9 Dec - 10 Dec

Description Objectives of the presentation Digits Solutions will present in 20 minutes the challenges of digital transformation for companies in the following areas: Management Communication Financial function data processing This presentation is mainly for: To leaders To independent directors To the professionals of the figure: accountants, accountant, auditor and auditor. Recruitment and Human Resources Professionals: Human Resources Director, Consulting Firm. To the consultants

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CELTIC’s online Pitching session in preparation for the upcoming CELTIC Spring Call 2020.
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Time: NC
10 Dec 2019

Register now For CELTIC's Online Pitching session and prepare For The upcoming CELTIC Spring Call 2020. What is EUREKA and CELTIC Online Proposers day? EUREKA is an intergovernmental initiative involving 45 countries (and supported by The EU) aimed at enhancing European competitiveness by fostering innovation-driven entrepreneurship in Europe, between small and large industry, research institutes and universities. The EUREKA network connects businesses to The partners, customers and investors that can Help them turn ideas into commercially successful products and services facilitating business growth. EUREKA CELTIC-NEXT is an industry-driven European ICT and telecommunications research programme connecting people and businesses and providing Funding. Why take part in The upcoming CELTIC-NEXT Proposers day? The webinar based Proposers Day brings together companies and research organisations from different ICT and telecommunication related sectors who want to develop new services and or products through collaborative R&D, within The framework of The CELTIC EUREKA initiative. Objective of The Proposers day Facilitate The creation of collaborative projects Discuss ICT and telecommunication related proposals with peers, potential partners and Funding authorities. Discover more about The Funding opportunities in Luxembourg (and other EUREKA countries) Help from luxinnovation Luxinnovation promotes The initiative and provides tailor-made advice to all Luxembourg-based companies and research institutes wishing to carry out a EUREKA project. Funding in Luxembourg is provided by The Ministry of The Economy. Should you wish to apply, you will need to submit a national application. For more information and Help with your application, please contact Alexander Link at Luxinnovation.  We would love to Help get you started. Alexander.link@luxinnovation.lu.

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Business Opportunity Day: Democratic Republic of Congo (kinshasa)
Location: Luxembourg
Time: NC
10 Dec 2019

Participating in these Days, which take place in the form of individual interviews with the economic and commercial attachés of Luxembourg and Belgium, allows you to receive, without going to the target country, all the information necessary for the implementation of your project by someone who knows the market perfectly and can give you the best advice. You have the possibility to communicate your project or your questions before to the economic attachés who will receive you, in all confidentiality, and which will answer your questions. This December 10, You will have the opportunity to meet economic and trade attachés based in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For more information, you can contact: Laura Ambrogio / Vanessa Kirsch International affairs Tel .: (+352) 42 39 39 316/531 E-mail: joa (at) cc.lu

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Business Opportunity Day: Kenya (nairobi)
Location: Luxembourg
Time: NC
10 Dec 2019

Participating in these Days, which take place in the form of individual interviews with the economic and commercial attachés of Luxembourg and Belgium, allows you to receive, without going to the target country, all the information necessary for the implementation of your project by someone who knows the market perfectly and can give you the best advice. You have the possibility to communicate your project or your questions before to the economic attachés who will receive you, in all confidentiality, and which will answer your questions. This December 10th, you will have the opportunity to meet the economic and commercial attachés based in Kenya. For more information, you can contact: Laura Ambrogio / Vanessa Kirsch International affairs Tel .: (+352) 42 39 39 316/531 E-mail: joa (at) cc.lu

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Clusil Afterwork – directive nis
Location: Luxembourg
Time: NC
10 Dec 2019

Conference CLUSIL Afterwork - Directive nis The Network and Information System Security (NIS) Directive has a major objective: to ensure a high and common level of security for the networks and information systems of the European Union. It was adopted by the European institutions on July 6, 2016. This Directive has been transposed into Luxembourg law May 28, 2019 and gives the ILR the mandate to organize the various sectors concerned to meet the requirements of the law. In addition to the Essential Service Operators who are directly contacted by the ILR, the Act defines Digital Service Providers as an online marketplace, an online search engine and a cloud computing service. We offer an Afterwork dedicated to Digital Service Providers: the application of the NIS to their activities, the requirements and the mode of operation and their contribution to the Operators of Essential Services, in particular: Risk Management (Article 11. (1) of the Law of May 28, 2019) The implementation of security measures (incident prevention and continuity of service) (Article 11. (2) of the Law of 28 May 2019) All in the framework of Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/151 concerning: security elements Incident management Business Continuity Management Monitoring, audit and control documentation CLUSIL was invited at the beginning of October 2019 by the ILR to an information session and We wish to relay to you what has been said on this occasion, answer your questions and collect your questions to address them to the ILR for more information. precision. The elements related to the CSSF's integration for the Digital Service Providers concerned will also be addressed. Afterwork agenda: the afterwork is in French 17h30 home 6 pm welcome 18h05 introduction by Sébastien Pineau of LIST (ILR partner in a research project around the deployment of NIS in luxembourg 6:15 pm ILR and The NIS by Sébastien Pineau and Cédric Mauny Vice President of CLUSIL + q & a 6:45 PM abstract by Cédric mauny 19h00 q & a When: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 Or: Cybersecurity Competence Center (c3) Share with care: Cybersecurity Breakfast # 34 - encryption, a necessary evil or an underrated necessity?

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Fair of training companies 2019
Location: Luxembourg
Time: 11h30
10 Dec 2019

More than 400 students from 13 high schools in 25 fictitious companies participate in the Training Companies (EE) program. These students of the second vocational training, administrative and commercial division, study the operation of a society via the training method which is based on the simulation of business life. Organized annually, the Training Companies Fair allows companies to meet and create business links. A jury made up of representatives from the private and secondary sectors will nominate the best Training Company of the Year. The latter may subsequently participate in an international fair. To discover companies, register here - http://bit.ly/FoireEE2019

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