Junior Chamber Economic of Grand-Duché of Luxembourg realizes every year several projects. These are the keystone of the JCI movement and turned around a social objective , economic and / or cultural objective, meeting a need in the city. They are made by committees (or working groups) . So members can experiment and gain experience through action to benefit the community.

The ambition of this award is to determine the most Creative Young Entrepreneur established in Luxembourg.

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JCI Luxembourg is holding a monthly meeting on the second Wednesday of the month.
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Each month a guest (entrepreneur , political, financial , personality, etc .. ) is invited to share his experience with members.
January 2016 : Christiane WICKLER (founder of PALL CENTER)
February 2016 : Denise RYAN (Creative Director and founder of FINELINE INTERIOR DESIGN)
Marsh 2016 : Bernard LAHURE (Creator of the European project ECO-TRANS-FAIRE)
April 2016 : Harald-Sven SONTAG (Creator of th fruit juice TUKI)

JCI Luxembourg trains young people in public speaking and to triumph in a debate , all around a fun contest. The next training will be held June 4, 2016 .
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JCI Luxembourg , would give voice to the people of the city of Luxembourg and find with them , using the JCI Active Citizen Framework, solutions to address the major problems of the city.

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Exemples of past projects



The Francoformations are a training weekend bringing together members of the Young Francophone Economic Chambers following : Belgium, Switzerland, France , Luxembourg, Monaco and Tunisia. This event is organized in turn by one of these six countries.


Luxembourg & Gulf Countries - Business Opportunities

On June 3rd 2010 JCI Luxembourg organized its conference “Luxembourg & Gulf Countries – Business Opportunities” in the BGL BNPParibas Auditorium at Kirchberg as part of its communication activities around the world business development.
Mrs Anouk Agnes from the Ministry of Finance provided insight in all the efforts made by the Luxembourgish Government in order to enable active exchange between Luxembourg and the Gulf regions.

Mr Carlo Thelen from the Chamber of Commerce took the opportunity to inform about the big success that Luxembourgish companies have in the region. read more…

The presentation made by Mr Tom Meyer from Basic Consulting Media Group allowed the participants to receive a lot of best practice information as to how to do business in the Gulf. read more…

An overview of the financial health of the GCC countries after the last crisis was given by Mr Anouar Hassoune from Moody’s Investors Service who provided about Dubai as well as the remaining countries. read more…

In the second part of the conference, all panel members stated that they are very convinced about the future of Luxemboug in the development of Islamic financial products. Actions have already been undertaken and remaining ones will be accomplished in the near future. Indeed, the financial environment of Luxembourg is in favor of this unconventional financial assets class as it was well said by the panel consisting of Mr Sohail Jaffer from FWU Group, Mrs Valerie Mantot from Loyens & Loeff, Mr Asif Beg From BNP Paribas securities Services, Mr Jean Marc Goy from the CSSF and Mr Anouar Hassoune from Moody’s Investors Service. read more…


Fair Trade Breakfast

JCI Luxembourg organized on the 16th of May 2008 a breakfast “Et si vous vous ét(h)iquetiez équitable ?” in order to promote Fair Trade products and more widely Social Responsibility in companies.

The event took place in the superb cafeteria of the Mudam, with the support of Léa Linster, the Luxembourg chef, who charmed the guests with a delicious breakfast.

Thanks also to the support of TransFair-Minka, Cactus, Naturata, COMED, the BCEE, Eurest and the INDR (Institut National pour le Développement durable et la Responsabilité Sociale des entreprises), this event was a great success !

The participants, decision makers in Luxembourg, appreciated not only the food, but also all the information provided by the speakers from Trans-Fair Minka, Naturata, INDR, JCI Luxembourg as well as Léa Linster herself.

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