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  • Luxembourg 8th happiest country in the world Statement 19/04/21 10:15:00

    According to the World Happiness Report 2020, which ranks the top 10 happiest countries in the world, Luxembourg is ranked as the 8th happiest country. Read more..

  • B Medical Systems enters into a partnership agreement with SpiceXpress Ltd. Statement 14/04/21 06:53:00

     On 12 April, the Luxembourg company B Medical Systems signed a partnership agreement with SpiceXpress Ltd., the Cargo and Logistics subsidiary of Spicejet Ltd at the Group’s headquarters in Gurugram. The agreement was signed by the CEO of SpiceXpress, Mr. Sanjeev Gupta and the Deputy CEO of B Medical Systems, Mr. Jesal Doshi in presence of the Ambassador of Luxembourg, Mr.  Jean Claude Kugener. With this agreement a B Medical Systems Pharma Logistics Centre of Excellence powered by Spicejet will be set up in the coming months. Read more..

  • Livestream Session on 'Focus on India' organised by Luxembourg for Finance on 8 April Statement 06/04/21

    The Agency for the Development of the Financial Centre in Luxembourg -  Luxembourg for Finance  is organising a livestream session entitled "Focus on India" on 8 April from 10:30am - 12:00pm(CET) or 14:00-15:30pm(Indian Standard Time) which will be focusing on Luxembourg-India relations, the growing cooperation in the financial sector, as well as on opportunities in the area of Sustainable finance. Read more..

  • Call for applications for the new edition of the Fit4Start programme Statement 31/03/21

    For all the startups in the ICT and Space sectors, calls are now open for the new edition of Luxembourg's leading accelerator programme - Fit4Start . This new edition will reward the most promising ICT and Space startups with early-stage financing and a one-to-one mentoring programme. Read more..

  • Solarcleano SARL participates for the first time at Solar India Expo 2021 Statement 25/03/21

    The Luxembourg headquartered Solarcleano SARL  is for the first time participating in the  Solar India Expo  being held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi from 24-26 March 2021.

    Representing Solarcleano at the expo are the company’s International Business Development Executive, Mr. Romain Gourmet and its Sales Consultant, Mr. Levent Kosumdok

    The Deputy Head of Mission at the Luxembourg Embassy in India, Mrs. Valerie Heyman visited the booth of Solarceano on the inaugural day of the expo.   Read more..

  • MoU between B Medical Systems and Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) Statement 17/03/21

    On 16 March, the Luxembourg headquartered B Medical Systems signed a MoU with Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM), a member of the Delhi based Anglian Omega Group.

    Present at the occasion of the signing was the Ambassador of Luxembourg to India, Mr. Jean Claude Kugener. From B Medical Systems, the Deputy CEO, Mr. Jesal Doshi was accompanied by his colleagues, which included  the Director- Technology, Mr. Gilles Ries and the Head of Engineering, Mr. Armin Dockendorf.  The Chairman of the Anglian Omega Group, Mr. Uday Narang and the Managing Director, Dr. Deb Mukherji hosted us at their headquarters.      Read more..

  • Launch of Luxembourg Sustainable Finance Strategy Statement 16/03/21

    On 9 February 2021, the launch of Luxembourg Sustainable Finance strategy took place in Luxembourg. The strategy will act as the action plan, based on the Luxembourg Sustainable Finance Roadmap recommendations, to promote and support the financial centre’s transition toward sustainability. Its launch took place during a virtual event in the presence of the Minister of Finance, Mr. Pierre Gramegna, the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development, Mrs. Carole Dieschbourg and the Deputy CEO of Luxembourg for Finance, Mr. Philipp Von Restorff.   Read more..

  • Call for applications for scholarships for free mover exchange students at the University of Luxembourg Statement 04/03/21

    We are pleased to share the availability of scholarships for students from India who would like to realize an exchange of one or two semesters at the University of Luxembourg. The scholarship is sponsored by the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and consists in a monthly allowance of  EUR 500 (for a duration of 5 or 10 months per academic year), as well as free accommodation in a student residence hall for the duration of the exchange. The scholarship is available for candidates to any Bachelor or Master programme at the University of Luxembourg open to exchange students. Read more..

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