The information was made official today by the Chamber of Commerce on its website. Bastien Berg, 36 years old, has taken up his position as the new head of the Luxembourg-City Incubator.
With an MBA from Sacred Heart University in Luxembourg and a Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management from the Glion Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) in Switzerland, Bastien Berg joined the House of Startups in 2018 as Community & Operations Manager after five years of experience in the international hotel industry.
“Since his arrival in 2018, Bastien has contributed immensely to the development and success of the House of Startups. He will put his excellent knowledge of the Luxembourg entrepreneurial and startup network and his experience as an entrepreneur to the benefit of the startups hosted at the Luxembourg-City Incubator, which he will support in their development” comments Philippe Linster, CEO of the House of Startups.
Launched in June 2018 by the Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg-City Incubator is housed within the House of Startups to primarily support innovative startups in the commercial, environmental, logistics, tourism and construction/urban planning sectors by offering advice, training and hosting solutions.
Bastien Berg succeeds Martin Guérin, whose departure was announced earlier this year.