Business Events Luxembourg aims big

Luxembourg is reaching for the top 50 of business events destinations worldwide

hei - Thursday, November 28, 2019    

 Luxembourg is reaching for the top 50 of business events destinations worldwide
Louxemburg Convention Bureau

The development of the business events sector in Luxembourg is one of the priorities of the Luxembourg Government. With a considerable growth potential in this particular sector, meetings, international conferences and conventions are boosting the image and the visibility of the Grand Duchy at the international level while contributing to the economic development of the country.

Thus, the Luxembourg Government and the City of Luxembourg recently set up the Luxembourg Convention Bureau as a strategic player to develop the business events sector in Luxembourg.Building upon Luxembourg’s economic and scientific strengths, the national convention bureau plays a crucial role in securing business events for the entire destination with an emphasis on associations from its key economic and research sectors as well as regional and European corporate and incentives events.

François Lafont, CEO of Business Events Luxembourg underlines: “Our main goals are to enter the top 50 of the business events destinations worldwide and to double the number of international congresses. Its quality of being one out of three capitals of the European Union, its excellent connectivity, its location in the heart of Europe and its innovative economic sectors will definitely secure Luxembourg on the agenda for international congress organizers.”

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