The Business Check is a tool to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your business divided into 4 pillars (Strategy, Organization, Customers, Financial Performance), as well as the corresponding potential improvements. This tool is free and access is open for all Luxembourgish companies. It consists of a qualitative (self-evaluation) and quantitative (accounting data) questionnaire. Regarding the potential improvements, a state aid can be requested by SMEs for services by external advisors, which may not exceed 50% of the amount of the costs of advisory nor exceed 100.000 euros.


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Use of the Businesscheck.lu website is free of charge.

The auto-assessment tool “Business Check” offers users (SMEs, business managers and any other user) the possibility of an automated assessment of the business’s strengths and weaknesses based on the data and answered provided by the user. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg does not verify whether the data and answers provided are reliable or correct. The results provided by the tool do not and under no circumstances allow to establish the profitability, solvency, liquidity and viability of the assessed business. The generated report has no judicial or legal value.

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg does not accept liability for any direct or indirect damage suffered by users as a result from their navigation or the services offered on the website Businesscheck.lu including from the use of other websites referred to on Businesscheck.lu.

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg ensures maximum availability of the Businesscheck.lu website.However, it cannot be held liable in the event of temporary or complete unavailability of the website.

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg ensures the security of the computer system.