On Tuesday 11 May, the general assembly of IMS Luxembourg, the leading national network of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) players, approved the appointment of three new members to its board of directors. Among them, Luxinnovation’s CEO, Sasha Baillie. For the next three years, she will sit on the 12-member board that is chaired by Christian Scharff (PwC).

“I agreed to join the IMS Luxembourg Board in order to support the organisation in its work with companies”, Ms Baillie explains. “There are very strong synergies to be developed between the field work carried out by IMS with the players of our economy and the support to companies provided by Luxinnovation in their sustainable development.”

The national innovation agency joined IMS Luxembourg as member at the beginning of 2021.

IMS – Inspiring More Sustainability is an independent, non-political and non-profit organisation. Active for more than 10 years as a catalyst for social innovation, it explores new solutions and concretely tests sustainable alternatives, through working groups and pilot projects with positive impacts.

Through these projects, IMS facilitates innovative initiatives by mobilising all stakeholders (private, public and associative).

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