Luxembourg’s Startup Ecosystem – Insights #10

Mathias Link, Director ad int. of European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) (Photo © Luxembourg Space Agency)

“Perspectives” is a deep dive into our dynamic startup ecosystem. We have asked various decision-makers and players to share their views and tell us what they feel are the strengths of the Luxembourg startup ecosystem. Every week until the end of the year, we will share their insights in video so you can get a full overview of what Luxembourg brings to startups and entrepreneurs.

Luxembourg has been active in space for several decades already and has a well developed ecosystem in this field that continues to grow, according to Mathias Link.

In this context, ESRIC will launch a dedicated startup support programme for space resources related early stage companies.

“The programme will have a first mentoring phase, followed by a second phase where startups will be incubated and also receive funding, and a third phase where they can stay within Esric and continue their interactions with our researchers.”

Mathias Link

Luxembourg is well interconnected at the national level. There is a lot of cooperation between companies, research centres and institution.

At the international level Luxembourg is extremely open to the outside, with a lot of interactions with other countries and organisations. All of this make it very interesting for startups.

Watch the full video to find out more.

Editor’s note: This article is brought to you by Startup Luxembourg and reflects only the opinion of the author.

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