International Associations Gather for the European Association Summit

The European Association Summit will take place on 10 and 11 March 2020 at SQUARE – Brussels Convention Centre. The event brings together everyone in the world of associations for a series of workshops and talks every year, in order to exchange and benefit from the experience of their peers. Participants can meet secretary generals, managers and project managers, as well as external actors orbiting the association sector.

Amongst the expected participants is Anna Koj of the association Professional Women International Brussels (PWI), whose mission it is to help women make progress in their professional careers and private lives. Thomas Goodwin of the Project Management Institute (PMI) will help to formulate a defence against the challenges posed by current international events (Brexit, new European authorities). Representatives from the International Association of Firefighters and the European beer sector will also be amongst the speakers.

Over the course of two days, conferences and workshops will be led by association representatives and internationally renowned experts. Exchanges will be fuelled by most of the areas of concern in the world of associations: digital transformation, communication, funding, the revolution in ways of governance, as well as many other topics. With its focus on hands-on learning, the EAS is centred around workshops and dynamic exchanges between participants.

Organised by the Association Bureau visit.brussels, EAS 2020 is one of the tools being made available to facilitate the establishment, growth and professional lives of association representatives in Brussels.

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