EuRA - The European Relocation Association.
It was formed in 1998 with the aim of promoting the benefits of professionally managed relocation and mobility services to companies with globally mobile employees.
The relocation process is one of the most difficult times for an employee or family involving intense change on a work, life and cultural basis.
Professional relocation suppliers not only save companies money, in that they have a far greater ability to accurately negotiate expenses on behalf of their clients, they also provide a seamless transition for the employee from one role to the next, promoting effective and swift productivity for the company
The "MADE IN LUXEMBOURG" label is a trademark registered since 1984 on the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Trades which serves to identify the Luxemburgish origin of products and services.
It can be considered as an additional promotional tool for Luxembourg companies that want to distinguish their products and services, in particular by underlining their Luxembourg origin.
Since the label was established in 1984, 750 nationals of the Chamber of Commerce and 500 nationals of the Chamber of Trades have applied for the label.
The Paperjam Club is the business club of Paperjam magazine, Luxembourg's leading economic and financial media and Maison Moderne, the Grand Duchy's leading independent media group.
The Club is an essential platform in Luxembourg, offering its members a variety of quality events, allowing them to learn, be inspired and make new acquaintances through networking. The Club is also approved by the Ministry of Economy as a continuing professional development organisation and a member of the lifelong-learning.lu platform.
The Club today is composed of more than 800 member companies and more than 5000 executive members. Over the course of a season, more than 180 opportunities are organized to allow our members to develop their professional network, enrich their knowledge and skills and thus strengthen their company.
The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg is an English-speaking forum for contact and communication among decision makers, opinion formers and participants in Luxembourg's local and international business communities.
Membership encompasses a wide range of nationalities and is open to any commercial enterprise or business person for whom the English language is an essential business tool.
The Chamber's objectives are to follow and influence developments in the economic and business world in Luxembourg affecting members' interests, and so contribute to making Luxembourg an attractive place to do business, and to promote trade between Britain and Luxembourg.
AMCHAM is an independent and self-funded English speaking ASBL, the largest private Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg. We provide four services to our 350 member companies:
Networking in English. We connect the right people to the right people
Information about how Luxembourg works, who to see and how to get things done
Problem solving to find better solutions when our members don’t like current policies and practices and seek better solutions
Lobbying with the government to ensure Luxembourg remains optimally business friendly, attractive and profitable for International companies and international employees
IBCL is one of the leading International bi-lateral chambers of Luxembourg recognized by both, the Indian & Luxembourg authorities.
It's a non-profit, non-political & neutral organization fostering, enhancing & facilitating, as a two-way gateway, bilateral economic & business relationship in trade, finance, information technology, tourism, education & culture between India & Grand Duchy of Luxembourg including the Greater Region.
As a professional chamber and public institution encompassing all sectors of business other than agriculture and crafts (Chambre des Métiers), the Chamber of Commerce sees its rationale and role as guardian of the interests of its member companies.
Since these may in some cases pursue divergent sectorial interests, the Chamber of Commerce, in a spirit of fairness to all its members, sees its primary mission in the articulation, representation and defence of the interests of all its members.
Sectorial interests are only pursued if they do not conflict with the interests of the other member companies of the Chamber.
Today, the Chamber of Commerce has some 90,000 affiliated members, accounting for 75% of total employment and representing 80% of GDP.