What national associations need to know about a membership of euro.digital.
National associations can become members of euro.digital. These national associations represent their own member organizations where the digital transition is complex and has a major impact on the organization itself and the stakeholders. IT suppliers and consultants cannot join.
Member companies of national associations are typically represented by a person with the ultimate responsibility for digitization and/or ICT of the organization at the highest level, in many cases this is the CIO, CTO and CDO. This is necessary to ensure the desired level of peer consultation and to get the strongest possible pooling of responsibility.
The national association can enter the membership and can subsequently register the professionals from their own organizations for meetings, so that they can also use the online secure environment on our collaboration platform.
In order to promote a degree of comparability of the challenges of our members and thus facilitate the exchange of knowledge, we keep some threshold values to be able to join. The euro.digital Board ultimately determines whether a national association can become a member.
The national association or organization representative can’t be replaced at some events of the euro.digital events. At most events it is allowed to send a suitable expert on his/her behalf. This is indicated with the invitation.
Termination of the membership must be submitted in writing or by e-mail no later than one month before the new calendar year.
The annual contribution is determined annually by the members. Based on the amount of members of a national body membership contribution is set. Contribution is excl. VAT. This includes all events that are accessible to all members and the participating employees.
- 1-50 members, annual contribution is €2.500
- 50-100 members, annual contribution is €5.000
- 100+ members, annual contribution is €10.500
Activities are also being developed that not all members can or want to participate in, for which separate contribution will be charged.