As a professional chamber and public institution encompassing all sectors of business other than agriculture and crafts (Chambre des Métiers), the Chamber of Commerce sees its rationale and role as guardian of the interests of its member companies. Since these may in some cases pursue divergent sectorial interests, the Chamber of Commerce, in a spirit of fairness to all its members, sees its primary mission in the articulation, representation and defence of the interests of all its members. Today, the Chamber of Commerce has some 90,000 affiliated members, accounting for 75% of total employment and representing 80% of GDP. The Chamber of Commerce has joined this year’s Springbreak Luxembourg event as a strategic partner and a player who is committed to promoting innovation and sustainable development in the Grand-Duchy.
POST Luxembourg Group is one of the largest employers in the country, with 4.596 employees working for the company and its subsidiaries in 2018. It has a well-established reputation and is firmly rooted in Luxembourg.It is also an innovative company that adopts an open-minded approach to the world thanks to its constantly evolving activities and the diversity of its staff, who represent 47 different nationalities.
The Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development
The main tasks of the Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development are the implementation of the governmental programme, the coordination of work regarding sustainable development and take all appropriate measures to protect the natural and human environment and in the fight against climate change.
As Luxembourg’s leading financial cooperative group, Raiffeisen endeavours to meet the requirements of its clients and their economic and social environment.
From the outset, Raiffeisen Bank’s ambition was to offer high-quality products and services while forging strong, lasting relationships with all of its clients, partners and members.
Cosmopolitan and multicultural, Luxembourg City has an open and modern vibe, and has managed to harness the power of modern technological innovations while retaining its own distinctive identity. It is an international city (with residents hailing from 163 different countries) that enjoys a large and widely accessible public transport system, as well as an extensive free WiFi network. It is also home to a number of European institutions.
While it is a major European capital, it has managed to retain its human scale, and boasts a rich and lively cultural scene. Luxembourg City has twice been selected as the European Capital of Culture. The remains of its old fortress (dating from the 9th century) are recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.