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Following the evolution of the situation in the last few days and the various recommendations issued by the government, we are not in a position to organise the 16 weeks of support and coaching for the Fit 4 Start 10th edition in Luxembourg starting in April as initially planned;

As a result, Luxinnovation and the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy regret to announce the postponement of the spring 2020 edition of the Fit 4 Start programme.

Pre-selected candidates for this spring edition will automatically be invited to present their project during the pitching sessions that will be organised this autumn. The “Visio-pitch” sessions will therefore not take place.

We thank you for your understanding and wish you all the best meanwhile.

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