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Following recommendations about travel and meeting restrictions, Luxinnovation and its teams are adapting to the situation while remaining available to companies and its partners.

Teleworking has been adapted throughout the agency and internal or external meetings that are not of a critical nature have been canceled.  These have been replaced by conference calls or videoconferences.

We would like to reassure you that the follow-up of files and information relating to the support of companies will continue and Luxinnovation’s specialists and staff remain reachable, during working hours, by phone or by email.

In addition, some upcoming events organised by Luxinnovation have been postponed: The Fit 4 Start Pitching & Graduation Day (26 March), L-DIH Talks – Episode 4: New business models (2 April), Present Yourself AutoMobility and Materials & Manufacturing Clusters (9 April) and Creative ThirstDay (9 April).

A crisis committee, in which members of the management committee participate, has been set up and is monitoring developments. New measures, streamlined or strengthened, may be decided at any time, in line with government recommendations and instructions.

Meanwhile all the very best for you, your families, friends and your colleagues.

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