Journée de l'Economie
28 February 2019
Protectionism, nationalism, global trade tensions on the rise - Turbulent waters and potential scenarios
Organised by the Ministry of the Economy, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and FEDIL - The Voice of Luxembourg's Industry, in cooperation with PwC Luxembourg, this year's Journée de l'Economie (Jecolux) was all about putting focus on global trade tensions and ways to navigate uncharted waters. Throughout the day, experts from business, academia and politics discussed critical issues affecting trade and economic relations in the world.
The proceeds from the registration fees will donate entirely to WIDE that supports the development of future digital leaders and the entrepreneurship ! The team is working to increase the number of women seizing their opportunities in the digital economy and society.
We would like to thank everyone for helping us to make this edition a success!
Since 2007, the "Journée de l'Economie" has been organised every year, assembling a community of entrepreneurs, leaders, institutional administrators, politicians and decision-makers from Luxembourg and the Greater Region.
This conference presents an opportunity to take stock of the economic situation and contemplate ways to boost the development of businesses in Luxembourg and the Greater Region through open discussions.
Over the years, this conference has come to constitute one of the key events of Luxembourg's corporate agenda. Now in its thirteenth edition, the "Journée de l'Economie" has provided a stage for in-depth discussions about hot topics such as the economic crisis, industrialisation, economic growth and drivers of competitiveness in Luxembourg and the Greater Region.
The success of the "Journée de l'Economie" is to a large degree due to the dedicated involvement of its three main organisers: the Ministry of Economy via the Luxembourg Competitiveness Observatory, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and FEDIL - The Voice of Luxembourg's Industry. The contribution of private collaborators such as PwC Luxembourg has also considerably contributed to the conference’s distinction and renown.
Supporting the entrepreneurship
As always, the proceeds from the registration fees will be entirely donated to an initiative supporting the development of entrepreneurship. Registration fees for the conference amount to 70 euros.
Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce