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Based on three pillars (cost reduction, increased productivity, increased quality), the Fit 4 Innovation programme relies, first and foremost, on a diagnostic phase: a 360-degree analysis of the company and its activities which enables the development of an action plan.

Then, the SME can choose to implement the recommendations resulting from this diagnosis, with precise key performance indicators.

The company is then guided by consultants, experts in organisational and change management consulting, who are selected and supervised by Luxinnovation.

Companies participating in this programme have seen a significant and measurable improvement in their performance: increased productivity, boost in sales, increased customer satisfaction, increased profits…

 

 

Through four concrete examples, you will find testimonials from companies that have gone through this programme and have benefited from it:

Photos: Blitz/Luxinnovation

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