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How to Represent the Interests of Your Public Administration at the European Level

02-15-2013 08:27 PM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law

European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law

European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law

European Seminar, May 6 – 7 2013, Brussels

In the course of advancing European consolidation, more and more important decisions that significantly influence Member States, European regions or third countries are made on the European level. In line with this trend, the representation of the interests of public administrations towards European institutions becomes increasingly professional and many countries and regions already benefit from strong strategic presence in Brussels. How to modulate important decision making? How to achieving the goals of your country or region?
Learn how at the European seminar “How to Represent the Interests of Your Public Administration at the European Level”, May 6 – 7, 2013 in Brussels.

A thorough knowledge of the EU’s functioning and decision-making process is absolutely necessary to effectively act on the European level. Leading European including:
• Spokesperson for Financial Programming and Budget, European Commission
• Transparency Unit, Secretariat-General, European Commission
• European Office, German Council of Towns and Municipalities, Germany
• European Office, Local Government Denmark (LGDK), Denmark
• European Office, Federation of German Local Public Companies, Germany
• American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union, United States of America
will train the participants in a practical way how to represent their interests professionally and effectively at the European level.
• Strengthen your position in the European decision-making process
• Receive practical tips and hints how to act effectively even with limited resources
• Profit from best practice reports and practical examples
• Improve your strategic communication and control systems
• Network and exchange experiences with experts and colleagues from all across Europe

The European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law is an educational network for knowledge regarding the latest, relevant developments in Europe. Educational tools are specialised events for advanced learning and these vary from national and European seminars to workshops, panel discussions, in-house training, conferences and symposiums. These events provide the most current and relevant information with high practical relevance for authorities on the European, national, regional and local level and for private companies all across Europe.

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