In the wake of the developments concerning the COVID-19 / Coronavirus, BUREN has adjusted it’s policies to ensure that our services and responsiveness will remain unaffected, whilst we will be limiting the risk of spreading the Coronavirus in our communities and endangering the well being of our colleagues and their families.
BUREN has set up a remote working plan which enables us to continue providing our services without significant interruptions. At this stage we will not receive any clients at our offices in The Hague and Amsterdam as well as Beijing, Shanghai and Luxembourg. Instead we will use conference calls and video conferences.
Furthermore we have imposed limitations to the travel policies of our staff as well as external meetings. We are continuously monitoring communications by the Government, The RIVM and the WHO closely, to make sure that we have taken any precautions necessary to continue our assistance in these challenging times.
Should you require assistance in respect of the impact of the Coronavirus on your business, you can contact your regular contact at BUREN or Robin van Keeken (+31 64 6158 566), or read on this topic on our website.
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