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Members

Members

Our presence throughout Europe

Our Members count among sound management associations around Europe, European Associations, Business Schools, Academic Associations and other Not for Profit Organisations mainly concerned with the development, promotion and dissemination of the art  and practice of management all around Europe.

Our presence throughout Europe encourage collaboration, sharing of ideas and excange of best practices among European Managers and European Leaders.

By following through our objectives, based on our members, we play an important role in the development and the sustainability of Corporations and National Economies in Europe.

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Germany
Rationalisierungs- und Innovationszentrum der Deutschen Wirtschaft eV (RKW)

Rationalisierungs- und Innovationszentrum der Deutschen Wirtschaft eV (RKW)

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RKW ensures the future potential and productivity of small and medium-sized enterprises. It acts in the public interest to strengthen productivity and the innovative capabilities of the German economy. It translates research and development findings into best business practices for small and medium-sized enterprises, with the aim of forging cooperation amongst the business community

Greece
Hellenic Management Association
HMA – Hellenic Management Association
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The Hellenic Management Association (HMA), founded in 1962, is a not-for-profit organisation with the mission to contribute to the promotion and promulgation of modern management principles, methods and practices, as applied in both the private and public sectors, in Greece and abroad, bringing out the importance of the role played by those active in the field of management.

Lithuania
Baltic Management Foundation
HMA – Hellenic Management Association
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The Baltic Management Foundation is an association which brings together 38 business consulting firms and centers in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland. The mission of the association is to gather and disseminate information and innovation within management and business administration, as well as to exchange experiences on best practice. The Foundation was established in 1992, with its head office in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Malta
Dr Edward Firman & Associates Ltd.
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Montenegro
Association of Montenegrin Managers
Association of Montenegrin Managers

Website: http://amm.co.me/en/

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Serbia

Serbian Association of Managers

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The Serbian Association of Managers (SAM) is a business association established in 2006 in Belgrade, which focuses on professional development of managers and the advancement of managerial profession; on providing platform for promoting business networking and cooperation; on intensifying the regional cooperation and on communication with the Government of Serbia and its institutions.  In its efforts and through its activities, SAM strives to improve the overall business environment in Serbia, to support faster economic development and to strengthen the capacity of managers. SAM gathers close to 400 influential professional managers who run companies that operate in Serbia, employ over 90,000 people and have annual turnover amounting 12 billion EURO

United Kingdom
Chartered Management Institute

Chartered Management Institute

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The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards of management and leadership excellence.
CMI is the guardian of the National Occupational Standards for Management and Leadership and sets the standards that others follow.
As a membership organisation, CMI has been providing forward-thinking advice and support to individuals and businesses for more than 50 years, and continues to give managers and leaders, and the organisations they work in, the tools needed to improve their performance and make an impact.
CMI’s products and services support the development of management and leadership excellence across both public and private sector organisations.
The CMI has nearly 90,000 individual and 450 corporate members.