The Third Industrial Revolution on your plate: first workshop of an interactive cycle

Published on 5 February 2018

Over a year after the release of Luxembourg’s Third Industrial Revolution Strategic Study, IMS Luxembourg would like to support its members in the implementation of concrete measures tied to this strategic framework, thus promoting best practices across its network. To do so, IMS is organising six innovative events throughout 2018 and 2019. These six workshops will successively address each pillar of the Third Industrial Revolution, and will be based on the best practices celebrated by the People’s Vote Projects. During these workshops, IMS will bring together a wide range of proactive stakeholders in order to build innovative practices and solutions made in Luxembourg. The Third Industrial Revolution is ongoing and possible for everyone.

Get inspired and start the revolution with new practices among your company! As part of its mission, IMS will support you in this approach.

 

2018 WORKSHOPS

  • FOODAn interactive lunch took place on March 14th 2018, where IMS concretely illustrated the efforts undertaken by four companies of the Luxembourg food sector spanning across sustainable development, traceability and the prevention of waste. Mr. Camille Gira, Secretary of State for Sustainable Development participated in this event and highlighted the opportunities to innovate at all levels of the food chain.
  • MOBILITY : Come discover the 19th of September, the mobility of Third Industrial Revolution in practice! Discover the results and the grand prize of the Positive Drive campaign, which has allowed a business district to experience many of the ingredients of a reinvented mobility, including multimodality, digital and soft mobility. This event, in the presence of Gilles Caspar, specialist in these issues within the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, will be an opportunity to review the tangible progress in mobility since the launch of the strategy of Third Industrial Revolution in Luxembourg .

 

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