Partners who can help you?

  • International Association Partners :

  • Networking and training
    ESAE - The European Society of Association Executives

    Avenue d’Auderghem 63
    1040 Brussels
    info@esae.org  / www.associationexecutives.eu  

    The European Society of Association Executives (ESAE) is the hub for association leaders in Europe and a platform for senior-level association managers in Europe. Our goal is to help members to work both smarter and better by connecting knowledge, insights and people.

  • Legal, fiscal and employment aspects
    FAIB - Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium

    Rue Washington 40
    B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
    T +32 (0)2 641 11 95
    F +32 (0)2 641 11 93
    faib@faib.org / www.faib.org

    It is a not-for-profit apolitical organization that represents international associations from all walks of life. Together with our Associate members, we offer members a comprehensive guide to set up and operate a (international) not for profit association in Belgium.

  • Office space and meeting rooms
    MAI - International Associations Centre

    40 rue Washington
    1050 Brussels
    T +32 2 640.16.65
    F +32 2 640.05.25
    mai@mai.be  /  www.mai.be

    The chief purpose of the International Associations Centre (IAC-MAI) is to provide facilities to welcome and accommodate non-profit associations and NGO'S. We are therefore offering offices for rent in collaboration with the FAIB. International associations can request domiciliation at the International Associations Centre (MAI), under certain conditions.

  • Scientific research
    UIA - Union of International Associations

    Rue Washington 40
    1050 Ixelles, Brussels
    T +32 (0) 2 640 18 08
    F +32 (0) 2 643 61 99
    uia@uia.org / www.uia.org

    The UIA serves two main purposes: to maintain and provide comprehensive, up-to-date, and reliable information on international associations, their activities and concerns, and their meetings activities; and to support and facilitate the work of international associations through training and networking opportunities.

  • Brussels Regional Partners:

  • Brussels Invest & Export
    Foreign trade and foreign investments service of the Brussels Regional Public Service

    Avenue Louise 500/4
    1050 Brussels
    T +32 2 800 40 00
    F +32 2 800 40 01
    info@brusselsinvestexport.be / www.investinbrussels.com

    Our goal is to make foreign investors aware of the high-level of competence and experience Brussels has to offer within several businesses, to give them specialist insight on how to do business in Brussels and provide all relevant information and guidance required to set up shop in Brussels.

  • Practical daily life
    Commissioner.brussels - Expat welcome desk

    Avenue d'Auderghem 63 Oudergemlaan
    1040 Brussels
    T +32 (0)2 430 66 00
    info@commissioner.brussels / www.commissioner.brussels
    In its pursuit to strengthen its role as international capital, the Brussels’ Government decided to appoint a Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations. The Expat Welcome Desk gives administrative assistance to people who settle in the Brussels-Capital Region as part of their activities within and around the European and international organisations.

  • Impulse.brussels

    Chaussée de Charleroi 110
    1060 Bruxelles
    T + 32 2 422 00 20
    F + 32 2 422 00 43 
    info@impulse.irisnet.be  / www.abe-bao.be
    If you need information on creating procedures, grants, funding,...: nothing's easier than calling number 1819, the number to call for Brussels entrepreneurs! Advisors can perfectly meet the majority of the questions by telephone.

  • Solvay Business School
    Executive Master in International Association Management

    Asja Kamenica
    Programme Manager
    T +32 2 650 38 94
    asja.kamenica@solvay.edu  / www.solvay.edu/iam

    The objective of the executive master course is to enhance the leadership, strategic planning and management skills of Europe’s top association professionals and to highlight the best practices across the association sector. It is taught by Solvay academics and features regular interventions from prominent association executives sharing their insights and expertise.