Five years ago, Martin Guérin arrived in Luxembourg to take the reins of nyuko and the Luxembourg-City Incubator. He now leaves for new horizons.
Photo: Martin Guérin / Credits © Anna Katina / Silicon Luxembourg
In a press release published on the website of the Chamber of Commerce, we learn that Martin Guérin leaves the management of the Luxembourg-City Incubator (LCI) to devote himself to new professional challenges.
LCI was created in April 2018 by the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Luxembourg to support startups in their startup phase by offering advice, training and hosting solutions.
“After managing nyuko asbl for two years and LCI for nearly three years, I feel that I have accomplished my mission, which was to make this incubator a key player and a driving force for entrepreneurial innovation,” says Guérin. “I am delighted to be able to say that LCI has quickly found its place among the most sought-after incubators in the country.”
The Luxembourg-City Incubator is housed within the House of Startups to primarily support innovative startups in the sectors of commerce, environment, logistics, tourism and construction/urban planning. “Today, LCI offers startups all the comfort and support they need to develop and take off in the heart of the capital,” continues Martin Guérin. “I am proud to have been able to accompany so many talented entrepreneurs on their path to success and to have contributed to making LCI a true place of exchange, cooperation and knowledge sharing”.
“I would like to warmly thank Martin Guérin for his exemplary commitment in carrying out his mission and in the interest of the rapid development of the startup ecosystem in the Grand Duchy,” says Carlo Thelen, Managing Director of the Chamber of Commerce