Brussels. Top speakers confirmed for the European Association Summit 2014: “Shaping Your Association for the Future - Inspire, Connect, Empower” on 14 and 15 May 2014 in Brussels. With the theme for 2013 being ‘Shaping Your Association for the Future - Inspire, Connect, Empower’ the speaker list offers a diverse range of topics for delegates to discuss, debate and learn about.
The Key Note speaker is Susan Robertson, President of the ASAE Foundation, the premier source of learning, knowledge and future-oriented research for the North-American association and non-profit profession. Alexander Schubert, CEO of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Michel de Bisschop, Executive Director of the European Society of Anaesthesiology, Alessandro Jacques Cortese, CEO of the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology and President of the European Society of Association Executives and others are speaking as well.
The European Association Summit (EAS) is the only platform where association professionals will hear from fellow executives how they have responded to the challenge. Short presentations and real-life case histories, success and failure stories and lively discussions moderated by the members of our Scientific Committee will cater for maximum interaction.
Many big associations have already registered for this year’s European Association Summit. The peer-to-peer format allows each and every one to cater for their own interests and, to a large extent, to design their own program. On-line Registration is still possible for a few days. After, on-site registrations in Brussels will still be possible. The second day all attendees will be able to attend the European Business Summit free of charge.
The European Association Summit 2014 is the second summit organised by VisitBrusels, Brussels’ official convention bureau. It’s being organised in collaboration with the leading partners in the sector: ESAE (European Society of Association Executives), FAIB (Federation of European & International Associations Based in Belgium), UIA (Union of International Associations).