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LFT on an economic mission in Portugal

On 11 and 12 May, Sebastian Reddeker (CEO of LFT), Valerio D’Alimonte (Head of Content & Communication, LFT) and Liz Moris (International Trade Relations, LFT) accompanied by numerous partners, met with local tourism professionals and the specialised press in Portugal to present Luxembourg as a destination.

Luxembourg for Tourism’s promotional visit was part of the economic mission in Portugal, organised by the Chamber of Commerce, the Ministry of the Economy and the State Visit of TRH the Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg to Lisbon.

On 11 May, at the industry forum dedicated to leisure and business tourism, Sebastian Reddeker (CEO of LFT), Valerio D’Alimonte (Head of Content & Communication, LFT) and Liz Moris (International Trade Relations, LFT) met with tourism professionals and the trade press to introduce them to specificities of Luxembourg tourism.

On 12 May, during the workshop dedicated to the leisure and business tourism sector, Sebastian Reddeker and Noémie Schuler (Luxembourg Convention Bureau) gave a presentation on the theme “Inspiring Travel and Meeting Experiences in Luxembourg”. More than 80 guests – travel agencies, tour operators, travel organisers, associations, event organisers, trade journalists, influencers, etc. – attended the event.

Hub to Luxembourg

The objective was to develop a quality professional relationship with the most important stakeholders in the tourism sector with a view to creating opportunities for collaboration, and to launch tourist travel programmes to the Grand Duchy.

Members of the Luxembourg government were also part of the trip: Mr Franz Fayot, Minister of Economy, Ms Yuriko Backes, Minister of Finance, Mr Jean Asselborn, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, and Ms Corinne Cahen, Minister of Family and Integration.

The economic delegation was led by Mr Luc Frieden, Chair of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, and Ms Cindy Tereba, Director of International Affairs.

The government mission fulfilled a dual objective: intensifying economic relations between the two countries by promoting Luxembourg companies seeking to enter the Portuguese market, and facilitating new relationships with Portuguese companies.

The video of the event is available on
The password to view the video is: luinportugal

For further information, please contact:

Liz Moris 

International Trade Relations

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