A chamber member since 1999, Eischen is co-founder and managing partner of consulting agencies Concept Factory, Interact, Exxus and Sustain. He chairs Innohub, a startup accelerator, the Luxembourg Advertising Council and formerly chaired global agency network Tribe Global, which he co-created in 2011.
He leads the chamber at a critical time for British-Luxembourg business relations as businesses seek information and reassurances over Britain’s expected withdrawal from the EU.
“We are at a turning point for many of our businesses. The BCC was set up as a forum to promote trade between Britain and Luxembourg,” he said in a press announcement on 10 April: “What was already a visionary idea at that pre-Brexit time has become today a highly relevant and valuable platform for people to meet and exchange ideas on a broad variety of topics.”
Eischen was appointed during the chamber’s AGM on 3 April. He succeeds Joanna Denton, who took up post in 2017. He is joined in the officers group of the BCC by Christopher Clarke, general secretary,cArjan Kirthi Singha, financial secretary, Jill Saville, vice vhairman, Andrew Notter, vice chairman and Sarah Battey, vice chairman.