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Luxembourg’s Federation of Craftsmen (Fédération des Artisans) has launched a multilingual website (FR, EN, DE) enabling you to find the ideal partner to make your plans a success. This initiative is designed to make the process of requesting services easier for you.
The aim of wedo.lu is to bring together all the services proposed by Luxembourg’s craftsmen on a single platform. You no longer need to spend weeks contacting suppliers and waiting for quotations, because with wedo.lu, you have the following options:
Using the website will help to ensure your requests are dealt with more quickly.
Publishing a request for a quote via the platform couldn’t be simpler!
All you need to do is describe the project, the region and the desired start date. With the possibility of adding photos and documents, explaining your project is made as straightforward as possible. Once your enquiry has been published, interested companies can contact you with specific proposals.
If you prefer personal contact, feel free to contact the craftsmen directly. Just like in the Yellow Pages, the various companies are grouped by business sector: construction, food, communication, and so on. You can view all of the available categories here.
wedo.lu is based on a cooperative approach to business. Every member company of the Federation is entitled to register on the website. So far, more than 3.000 companies have taken advantage of this opportunity, guaranteeing them a digital presence and online visibility. Additionally, by using the “Webbuilder” function, each company can create its own website and thus improve its digital marketing visibility in Luxembourg.
Spuerkeess and wedo.lu have partnered to promote the benefits of digital technology among consumers and craftsmen, and to help strengthen the bank’s position with freelancers, SMEs and major firms.