Returning in 2021
The European Association Awards are taking a break and will return in early 2021. In the meantime European Associations are eligible to enter the Association Excellence Awards in the European Association category.
The European Association Awards celebrate the vital work that European Associations do for and on behalf of their members to ensure their voices are heard throughout Europe. For further information, please contact us.
What are the benefits of entering The Association Awards?
The European Association Awards and the Association Excellence Awards recognise excellence and exceptional quality delivered by associations across the globe. By entering these awards you will:
- Bring increased credibility to your association
- Elevate the profile of your association through extensive marketing and branding
- Inspire your members, boards, committees and employees
- Strengthen your public profile
Hear what attendees and winners have said about the European Association Excellence Awards:
“Winning the best advocacy award last year had a much bigger impact than we had expected. It provoked a lot of positive feedback from our stakeholders and made our members very happy. We will ask the team to aim higher and enter more awards to showcase our many advances in the past year!”
Marco Mensink, Director General, European Chemical Industry Council – Cefic
“Excellent organization of the ceremony. The host was really funny and efficient when it comes to switch from a category to another.”
Marc Somja, Educational Coordinator, EADV
“It’s a great event. Very well organised and delivered. Good networking opportunities and a bit of fun thrown in.”
Liz Campbell, Executive Director of Education, Training & Qualifications, Law Society of Scotland
“The event was very good. The presenter was really entertaining. The music and atmosphere that followed were great”
Jana Zaric, PR Director, EURACTIV
“We are very proud and honoured to have won the ‘Best Membership Initiative by an Association’ for this project. The award is an important acknowledgement of not only the Villa Wirbelwind initiative but of the team’s daily work. We entered the awards as we feel it is very important to recognise and highlight what the LBA team achieve. The project goes beyond the daily work of our association and shows the great value associations can add to their members and the wider community, and the contribution banks make to their society. As a small association, we are particularly proud of winning as it illustrates that all sizes of associations really do add tremendous value to their members. “
Simon Tribelhorn, CEO, Liechtenstein Bankers Association (LBA)