The Chamber of Commerce remains at your service and is listening to your needs
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chamber of Commerce's top priority is to protect its members, visitors and collaborators in order to limit the spread of the virus as much as possible.
The Chamber of Commerce has organised itself to maintain its services and support businesses in this time of crisis.
A COVID-19 Business Helpline answers questions from companies about aid measures on working days from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm. It can be reached at the following telephone number :
42 39 39 – 445
or via e-mail : covid19(at)houseofentrepreneurship.lu
Information for companies
The Chamber of Commerce continuously monitors the evolution of the situation and is in close contact with the authorities. Business ownerslooking for more information about the evolution of the situation are invited to :
· regularly consult our and our
Our headquarters at 7 rue Alcide de Gasperi
Until further notice, the offices of the Chamber of Commerce are closed to the public. All events, conferences, trainings and other planned events at the Chamber of Commerce are cancelled until the end of April.
In order to ensure the continuity of its principal services, the Chamber's teams are working remotely from home and are processing requests as quickly as possible by email and/or telephone.
All requests for information should be sent primarily by e-mail :
· House of Entrepreneurship : info(at)houseofentrepreneurship.lu
· House of Training : customer(at)houseoftraining.lu
· House of Startups : reception(at)host.lu
· Mutualité de Cautionnement : cautionnement(at)houseofentrepreneurship.lu
· Economic Affairs : eco(at)cc.lu
· Opinions & Legislation : avis(at)cc.lu
· International Affairs : international(at)cc.lu
· Administration & finances : affiliation(at)cc.lu
· Business development & CSR : rse(at)cc.lu
· Communication & marketing : merkur(at)cc.lu
· Arbitration Center : arbitrage(at)cc.lu
· EEN – Luxembourg : een(at)cc.lu
The Chamber of Commerce urges everyone to respect the measures adopted by the authorities and to show solidarity to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus among the population.