Organisers. ACHIEVEMENTS FORUM, 22.03.16, LONDON, UK

EBA sm 1Europe Business Assembly (EBA), Oxford, Great Britain is an independent corporation for development and management of economic, social and humanitarian collaboration. It was founded in Oxford, UK in 2000. EBA is an interactive platform for adaptation European economic programs to the standards of living in dynamically developing regions. It follows in its activity the directives of the European Union and EU programmes “Good-neighborliness” and “Eastern partnership”.
Informal social institutions EBA are more than 10000 leaders in various spheres of life. The play important part in the development of Euro-Atlantic integration, transfer of technologies and know-how, democratization of dynamically developing regions.
EBA systematically holds global and specialized forums, conferences, business meetings, efficiently uses other information resources. It forms on this base the world register of efficient leading companies, regions attractive for investments.

EBA Conference 1EBA Conferences is a premium British conference and business network service provider. It was specifically set up with purpose to develop bespoke conference programmes liaise with speakers, sponsors, deal with organization issues and to facilitate communication between conference participants.

Oxford-2013 partners ICL 1The International Club of Leaders (ICL) is a joint project between the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Europe Business Assembly which brings together like-minded people demonstrating competence, innovation and reliability.
The Club has its own symbols including its emblem, flag and motto: If to be – then to be the first!
Members of the International Club of Leaders are prominent state and public figures, businessmen and scientists from all over the world who have succeeded in various fields of social and business life.
The president of the ICL – Paul Briggs – is a Chief Executive of the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber, being one of the largest in the United Kingdom, has national recognition. As President of Windsor Debates and the International Club of Leaders, he actively supports development toward European integration within the framework of the ‘Eastern Partnership programme'.