The electronically supplied services, commonly referred to as “e-services”, are […]
The electronically supplied services, commonly referred to as “e-services”, are undoubtedly a key development area of Luxembourg’s economy as demonstrated by the recent government initiatives and the resulting presence in Luxembourg of some highly visible e-commerce companies.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Luxembourg, in partnership with LU-CIX, has decided to launch an initiative called “Luxembourg an electronically supplied services centre in the horizon 2012-2020”, reports ABBL. This initiative aims at analyzing Luxembourg’s current positioning in the e-services industry in Europe and developing an action plan to make Luxembourg a place of choice for such services in the horizon 2012-2020. The initiative is to give advice on how to build and maintain a sustainable attractiveness.
The initiative is piloted by a core group composed of representatives of various sectors of the Luxembourg economy. Considering the prominent role financial institutions may play in the field of e-services and especially when it comes to payments, the ABBL has a seat in this group.
Two workshops will be organized during the coming weeks in order to deepen the various underlying BlogPosts and collecting the input from key stakeholders. Thus, 30-40 CEOs will be invited by the initiators to contribute to the reflection and to produce the action plan.