Our LSBC business network provides companies and start-ups with a supportive and extensive network for B2B partnerships in their desired market. We further provide exchange of business-related knowledge, best business practices, experience within a business community and access to advanced business networking which consists of an emerging community of cross-regional operating and collaborative minded entrepreneurs. LSBC is supported by the Public Agency SPIRIT Slovenia, an official partner of Slovenia for the b2fair concept (developed by Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg) and an active partner and member of various organizations in both, the SEE and Greater Region.
Kickstart your project
LSBC offers access to a unique network of business people, interested in innovations, new technologies, sustainable development, social entrepreneurship and more.
Finding the investors for your project.
Identifying experts for your project team.
Find B2B partners for your target markets.
Go global with your business
Make use of LSBC’s information channels and contacts in CE and CEE region. The LSBC business network can provide you with the following services:
A supporting network for B2B partnerships in your desired market.
Activities by various communicational means to promote your business.
An exchange of business related knowledge, good practices and experience among members for easier expansion abroad.
Opportunity to cooperate with LSBC’s partnering organizations.
With its first-class infrastructures and telecommunication networks, linked to the long-term presence of two home grown European giants in the field, namely RTL Group in media and SES in satellite transmission, a strong and vibrant ICT community has been growing in…
With around 287,000 employees in more than 60 countries, ArcelorMittal, based in Luxembourg, is the largest steel company in the world but Luxembourg is also an all-round innovative engineering and technology base for the non-ferrous products sector, as well as for the glass and cement industries…
In recent years, Luxembourg has become a key location for major suppliers to the automotive industry because The Grand Duchy offers ‘just-in-time’ access to the major European car manufacturers and assembly plants.
Car producers in Belgium, France and Germany as well as assembly lines in the Netherlands and in the United Kingdom are supplied from Luxembourg on a same day delivery basis…
Luxembourg’s strong track record in the manufacture and processing of many types of innovative materials is well proven with internationally renowned companies being located in Luxembourg for many years. Such materials include, for example, plastics & polymers, metals, composites, minerals, glass, wood and paper, which are produced and processed in support of many business sectors.
Tourism in Luxembourg is an important component of the national economy, representing about 8.3% of GDP in 2009 and employing some 25,000 people or 11.7% of the working population. Despite the 2008–2012 global recession, the Grand Duchy still welcomes over 900,000 visitors a year who spend an average of 2.5 nights in hotels, hostels or on camping sites….
Forests cover 21% of the area of Belgium. Commercial production of timber is limited; roundwood production in 2003 was estimated at 4.76 million cu m (168 million cu ft). Most common trees are beech and oak, but considerable plantings of conifers have been made in recent years. Belgium serves as a large transshipment center for temperate hardwood logs, softwood lumber…
Forests cover 21% of the area of Belgium. Commercial production of timber is limited; roundwood production in 2003 was estimated at 4.76 million cu m (168 million cu ft). Most common trees are beech and oak, but considerable plantings of conifers have been made in recent years…
Health sciences and technologies is a key sector for Luxembourg’s economy because this relatively young sector has experienced strong development over the past few years, and is currently specialising in the following fields: Personalised medicine, medical devices, Diagnostics, Bioinformatics, Telemedicine….
I recently had the great pleasure of using Luxembourg-Slovenian Business Club (LSBC) services. My experience with LSBC was overall positive and I would like to express my sincere thanks for your professional service and, more particularly, the attention and help I received from Mr. Iztok Petek, Chairman of the Board. I have especially appreciated his consistent feedback in keeping me informed of every development along the way. Thanks to their help I had very interesting talks with a potential business partner from Slovenia for our product and I hope to maintain a relation with them.
We thank LSBC for their cooperation, their effectiveness and their diligence. Thanks to the LSBC we have been able to meet numerous Slovenian companies that we wouldn’t have been able to meet so readily hadn’t it been for them because they were always willing to go the extra mile to make my trip to Ljubljana a success. We look forward repeating this event again together with LSBC. On behalf of PwC’s Accelerator I would like to thank particularly Iztok Petek and Natasa Zajec for their effective cooperation and their flexible approach.
»The Impactory Luxembourg co-organized events with Luxembourg-Slovenian Business Club (LSBC) in the years 2013 and 2014. The people at LSBC are true professionals and flexible throughout, enjoyable to work with and have always responded promptly which is crucial at the event organization because they consistently followed the agreements and were able to deliver all necessary information on time. We look forward to continue the fruitful collaboration established between Luxembourg-Slovenian Business Club (LSBC) and our institution also in the future.«
Per-Fredrik Hagermark, co-founder, The Impactory, Luxembourg
»On 11 February 2014, Luxinnovation organized the “Horizon 2020 ICT and Creative industries networking breakfast”, bringing together 20+ SMEs and other research actors involved in European RDI projects. In this context, the Luxembourg-Slovenian Business Club (LSBC) was a reliable partner to the Luxinnovation European funding programs department. LSBC was instrumental in ensuring the smooth organization of the event in a short period of time, by providing an original location in the city center, liaising with the event host, advertising the event, and ensuring any other necessary support. Their proactive attitude and professionalism make them a valued partner. We look forward to working with LSBC in the future.«
Dr. Youniz Hijazi, European Funding Programme, ICT Cluster, Luxinnovation GIE, Luxembourg
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