For example, 300.000 people work in the city daily even though it only counts 120.000 inhabitants.
How is it possible? According to STATEC’s latest report, the number of cross-border workers has considerably increased since 2016. Finding new modes of mobility is a priority for the Grand Duchy.
Moreover, the Government plans that Luxembourg will reach a population of more than 1 million in 2050. Consequently, companies have to be ready to overcome these challenges, in terms of respect for environment, economic development and lifestyle changes.
What will our future cities look like? How smart can we make the country?
To answer those questions, the LOIC is scouting for startups offering solutions in smart city and mobility.
Both young and mature startups from all over the world are welcome to apply.
Early stage startups should however already have a developed prototype/MVP of their solution. They should also be able to provide data on their market validation and have a strong team backing their project.
This Innovation Dating is an incredible opportunity for startups to present their solutions in front of 30 Innovation Directors for one night.