WHO WE ARE

European Business Summit (EBS) is an organisation that creates one of the largest networking and debating events in Brussels. We describe ourselves as a key player in bringing business and politics together and aim to stimulate thinking on key European issues that span political, social and environmental challenges. Through its events and publications, EBS delivers an inspired and informed contribution to policy-making in Europe. EBS, under the support of the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is an initiative of FEB (Federation of Enterprises in Belgium) and supported by BUSINESSEUROPE. The EBS is also proud to acknowledge the high patronage of His Majesty the King of the Belgians. 

Our mission: To put Europe’s top priorities into the spotlight, by providing a platform where key issues for economic growth and the wellbeing of society are debated.

OUR PARTNERS

EBS is a financially independent organisation that is supported by the contribution of its committed partners.

The Steering Committee is an executive governing body of EBS consisting of signed partners for the future edition in 2016. The Steering Committee meets in the form of regular luncheons sessions held approximately once a month. It enables committed partners the chance to engage on an all-year basis: to influence the agenda at an early stage, stay up to date with the latest developments and to meet and greet fellow EBS partners. At every meeting a guest speaker is invited from an EU institutions and/or think tanks to share their views on topic/themes that are central to Europe. To find out please contact Lisa Richman

A special thank you to the EBS Honorary Committee

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Philippe de Buck

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Pieter Timmermans

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Emma Marcegaglia

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Reinhard Bütikofer

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Philippe Lamberts

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Natarajan Chandrasekaran

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Malcolm Harbour

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Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen

An intiative of:

feb BUSINESSEUROPE

Supported by:

European-Commission

Strategic Partner:

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Under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King of the Belgians