The CEPS Corporate Programme concentrates on the interface between EU policies and business strategies. CEPS business programme focuses on the following main areas of policy research: Macroeconomy, Financial Markets, Energy, Climate Change & Environment, Better Regulation, EU Neighbourhood Policies, the Future of Europe, Trade, and Justice & Home Affairs.
CEPS offers its Corporate Members...
- relevant and timely analysis of events and developments shaping the future of EU public policy
- direct access to EU decision-makers and opportunities to participate in the policy-making process
Corporate Members have access to CEPS Task Forces which are established to examine particular policy issues. Task Forces are unique as they bring together business leaders, the EU Commission, the European Parliament, the European Council, NGOs, governments, international organisations and academic experts. Policy recommendations of CEPS Working Parties have paved the way for policy reform in many areas, e.g. Enlargement and the Single Market. At present, CEPS organises Task Forces on Financial Regulation, Climate Change & Energy, e-Communications, Innovation Policy, etc.
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CEPS Corporate Members are invited to join seminars and roundtables, arranged by CEPS on an ad hoc basis to meet corporate demand for information and to reflect current trends.
Moreover, it is the privilege of CEPS Corporate Membership to be part of CEPS Corporate Breakfast meetings - a forum for debate in Brussels between EU officials and the corporate world.
Commentaries and briefings have become important for CEPS Corporate Members to enhance the knowledge of the complexities of the EU policy process.
Corporate Members have access to CEPS Researchers and will in the course of the year receive all new CEPS publications. Furthermore, they have access to the CEPS Annual Conference in February and to the Dinner Debate which takes place on the occasion of each new EU Council Presidency.
Inner Circle Membership
Some Corporate Members have joined as Inner Circle members, which gives them - in addition to the benefits mentioned above - the opportunity to receive tailor-made board room briefings.
Corporate Membership Fees
CEPS Inner Circle Membership: Euro 30,000 + VAT (21%)
CEPS Corporate Membership: Euro 12,000 + VAT (21%)
(turnover below Euro 2 billion) Euro 9,000 + VAT (21%)
(turnover below Euro 700 million) Euro 6,000 + VAT (21%)
Registration form CEPS Corporate Membership
For further information, please contact Kerstin Born, CEPS Director of Corporate and External Relations, per email to: Kerstin Born or by phone: +32 (0)2 229 3910