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Due to the coronavirus health crisis and the ensuing confinement, the Brussels economy is slowing down. How do entrepreneurs in the capital experience the crisis on a daily basis? What are their solutions for getting through it?

Follow the hashtag #resilientbxl on social networks and each week discover bold, new initiatives thought out by entrepreneurs, citizens, public institutions etc. who are mobilizing or reinventing themselves in the face of the virus.

VIDEO: Brussels entrepreneurs vs COVID-19

Mandated by the Brussels government to support businesses in their development, is today doing everything it can to keep them afloat. We asked beneficiaries from different sectors to share their challenges, their hopes and their possible solutions on video… while respecting distance regulations!

Positive initiatives in the time of COVID-19

Beyond the official support measures put in place, the community is not lacking in creativity to help its (small) businesses get through the coronavirus crisis.

We believe these good ideas, both public and private, deserve a special place on our networks, although is, for the most part, not actively involved. This non-exhaustive list of initiatives identified during this crisis is intended to inspire and bring hope to entrepreneurs.

We take this opportunity to thank and congratulate all of these project leaders!

Training and coaching

Stopping your activity completely or partially can be an opportunity to learn new things and adapt your business model to come back stronger after the crisis. Here are some free training or coaching ideas to take advantage of.

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