A champion of young entrepreneurship programmes in Luxembourg is to lead the House of Entrepreneurship.
Starting 1 October 2023, Stéphanie Damgé will take up the role of head of entrepreneurship at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Marc Wagener.
Damgé, who has served as director of the Luxembourg Young Entrepreneurs association since 2013, is also a board member of the Fonds National de la Recherche and economic policy think tank the Fondation Idea. Prior to that, she worked for seven years in HR at KPMG.
In her new role, Damgé will promote entrepreneurship, communicate feedback on SME policy and lead the national contact point dedicated to entrepreneurship, the House of Entrepreneurship.
“I’m looking forward to working alongside a team that provides outstanding support to entrepreneurs and project leaders,” she said in a statement, adding: “Together, we will continue to develop and strengthen the range of services we offer to provide our customers with the resources and support they need to achieve their goals.”
Marc Wagener, COO of the Chamber of Commerce, steps down as director of Entrepreneurship to concentrate on projects related to the changing economic and regulatory environment, such as digital transition, change management and the Chamber of Commerce Group’s real estate strategy. He is also vice-chairman of the Employers’ Group on the Economic and Social Council (CES).
Following this change of governance, the Chamber of Commerce’s executive committee will be composed as follows: Carlo Thelen (CEO), Marc Wagener (COO), Christel Chatelain (director of economic affairs), Stéphanie Damgé (director of entrepreneurship), Muriel Morbé (director of training), Cindy Tereba (director of international affairs), Anne-Sophie Theissen (director of legal affairs).