The first edition of the Luxembourg Acceleration Bootcamp, four days designed for startups mainly at the mature phase, took place last week.
Around 50 participants, representing 40 startups--from as far as the US, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, the UAE, Israel, Canada, Sweden and German--took part in the event at the House of Startups and ICT Spring.
House of Startups’ CEO Karen Schintgen said in a communiqué that the presence of international startups at the event “was a plus-value for Luxembourgish attending the LAB, and seeing them connecting made us really proud”.
Preparations for a second LAB are underway, and details should be forthcoming.
The House of Startups, established in 2017, offers 6,000m2 of space for startups and has as its mission to be a key force behind the grand duchy’s innovation ecosystem.