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Trade Mission to Israel

Type de manifestation
Mission économique
24.10.2015 - 28.10.2015


The Chamber of Commerce of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in collaboration with the Ministry of the Economy will organise a multi-sectoral trade mission to Israel, which will last from the 24th to the 28th of October 2015.

Since the great success of the mission in 2012, Israel has further developed its status as world leader in a number of innovative sectors that are also key-sectors of the Luxembourg economy namely ICT, biotech, logistics and cleantech. As part of this trade mission to Israel, a seminar, dedicated to presenting the Luxembourg economy, its opportunities and its innovations - including a session more focused on smart cities and cybersecurity - will take place on October 25 in Tel Aviv.

Participating companies from Luxembourg may also request tailor-made business meetings with local companies and institutions. Other events will include the visit of an incubator and the possibility of being part of the conference G041srael among many others.

Israel is one of the most resilient and technologically-advanced market  economies in the world. Its skilled workforce and concentration of venture capital allow the country to lead in innovative industries such as high-tech, cleantech, and life sciences. Several Israeli companies are already using Luxembourg as an access point into European and world markets.

In case of interest, you are kindly requested to duly complete the attached  registration form and send it back to no later than September 1, 2015. For further information about this upcoming trade mission, feel free to contact Mrs Edith Stein (tel: 42 39 39 - 482) or Mrs Sarah Nilles (tel: 42 39 39 - 316).


Mission économique
Les missions économiques sont conduites par la Chambre de Commerce du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg et organisées en étroite collaboration avec le réseau de chambres de commerce au niveau international, le réseau économique ou diplomatique luxembourgeois à l’étranger, les attachés commerciaux belges ou le département ministériel concerné.