Twenty startups have been selected for the  14th edition of the Fit4start programme. Photo: Sophie Margue/ Luxinnovation

Twenty startups have been selected for the  14th edition of the Fit4start programme. Photo: Sophie Margue/ Luxinnovation

The 20 startups selected for the 14th edition of the Fit4Start acceleration programme have been announced: 11 are in the digital sector, five in healthtech and four in space.

Out of 356 applications from startups in nearly 60 countries, 20 startups were selected at the “Luxembourg Venture Days” organised by Luxinnovation on 17-19 October. Eight of the selected companies come from Luxembourg.

Fit4Start is an acceleration programme dedicated to high-potential startups. With over 2,600 applications received since its inception, the programme has already supported 145 young companies, offering them up to €150,000 in equity-free funding, six months’ coaching by experts, free access to collaborative workspaces and networking opportunities in Luxembourg.

Digital startups

(Luxembourg) in the 3D printing of sustainable clay bricks and customised housing.

(Belgium) offers a collaborative sustainability platform for the agri-food industry, simplifying the management of Scope 3 emissions.

CodeClarity (Luxembourg) focuses on improving product security and reducing cybersecurity costs through innovative plug-ins.

(Luxembourg) connects wine producers with consumers using artificial intelligence and data-driven technology.

(Luxembourg) digitises the day-to-day operations of investment funds, improving productivity and the quality of financial reports.

Kapital (Luxembourg) provides tools for raising and deploying capital more efficiently.

(United States) offers an AI-powered contract platform, simplifying and automating the contract lifecycle for media and entertainment companies.

(Italy) specialises in the protection of industrial machinery against hacker attacks.

(Germany) develops software solutions to optimise energy storage systems, increasing battery life and profits.

Safe AI (Korea) is a pioneer in the development of AI to improve the safety of people and the environment.

Trace Crystal (Luxembourg) eliminates losses for producers of high-value goods thanks to product traceability, boosting customer confidence.


Invitrolize (Luxembourg) markets ALIsens, a test that identifies respiratory sensitisers.

Polly (United States) provides software-based neuro-care solutions; its Polly product is a generative AI platform offering personalised assistance for patients and carers.

(United States) offers scenario-based virtual reality therapy for mental health and wellbeing, helping users overcome negative emotions.

(Spain) is an AI-based medical note-taking automation software for patient-doctor interactions, generating structured clinical notes.

Sonia (Germany) automates medical documentation and coding for dentists, freeing up time for treatments and reducing process costs.


BeyondEX (Poland) transforms spatial data into natural language conversations using an AI-driven platform, facilitating data-driven decision-making.

(France) is a fintech that using space technology to support sustainable finance and combat climate change.

(Japan) uses TIISA technology to transform insulation with an advanced super-insulation material suitable for space and terrestrial applications.

(Luxembourg) is developing a chemical recycling solution to dissolve advanced materials commonly used in space applications, enabling the creation of new materials.

This article in Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.