Grand Est, a region looking towards Europe

Created in 2016 following the merger of the former regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine, the Grand Est region is characterised by its European identity, the result of its history and geography, and the fact that it hosts European institutions in Strasbourg.

It stands out from other regions for its particularly dynamic economic ecosystem in the following sectors: mobility, ecological transition, health, bio-economy, materials, etc.

Grand Est-Europe, in Brussels

As the representation of Grand Est to the EU, Grand Est-Europe acts as the bridge between the region and the European institutions. This regional collective works to promote a stronger, more coherent European action with its members, as well as to develop European cooperation.

22 Organisations

Grand Est-Europe consists of 22 public organisations :

  • Grand Est Region
  • 5 Department
  • 7 Urban Areas
  • 5 Universities
  • 3 Economic Chambers
  • + Regional Innovation Agency

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Economic development and innovation, agriculture and viticulture, transport, education and research, environment and energy transition, culture and tourism… Our members are involved in a wide range of policy areas and cooperate with numerous European partners.

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