An important partnership has been signed by Eurojuris, marking the launch of an important collaboration with European Entrepreneurs CEA-PME, the largest confederation of voluntarily associated small and medium-sized enterprises in Europe.
Full details will be announced soon, but the partnership will bring a wide range of business and learning benefits to Eurojuris members.
“This is an exciting development and will open new markets and development opportunities for our members, including the potential to promote their services to the huge member base of the EE CEA-PME,” explained Eurojuris president Olivier Vibert: “I am confident this is the start of a valuable and prosperous partnership.”
The Brussels-based business federation EE CEA-PME brings together 25 European members associations, with more than 2.1 million enterprises employing over 20 million people. Alongside its European activities, it has relationships with 15 partner associations reaching across the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
The EE CEA-PME works across ten key areas, including innovation, foreign trade, common policy, and aims to cut red tape and reduce bureaucracy on behalf of its members.