On 30 November 2017 in the south region of Luxembourg, the LAC (Luxembourg Automobility Cluster) organised the first AutoMobility breakfast.

Effective exchange and interconnections between cluster members are crucial for business development. The AutoMobility Breakfast aims to create an informal meeting place where newcomers, start-ups, academia and established businesses can come together to debate issues and create new relations and closer collaboration.

LAC members were well represented at the first event with 15 participants coming from Katcon, Examotive, LIST, SDAAC, Goodyear, IEE, Autopass, and ObjectIM.

The audience learned about innovations developed by Katcon, Autopass & Examotive, and why they are running flourishing businesses from Luxembourg.

Follow-up meetings will be organised to help companies setting up R&D projects with identified partners and get financial support through national or European funding schemes.

Due very positive outcome and strong request coming from participants, the AutoMobility Breakfast will be repeated on a regular basis in other regions of Luxembourg.

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