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Doing business with International Institutions

Doing business with International Institutions

Do you want to work with international organisations? We can directly help you to take advantage of all such business opportunities!

Did you know that there are a lot of business opportunities with international organisations and institutions? Especially in Corporate & Institutional Procurement, Project Procurement and Consultancy.

Now you know, international institutions may need you to procure goods and provide services, or even carry out consultancy missions in order to supplement their expertise. This is an experience that will give you access to quality references and certainly contribute to the development of your company.

What are the conditions?

To become a partner of an international organisation, regardless of your preferred sector, your company must, above all, be solid both in terms of financial and human resources, and have relevant references.

Additionally, international organisations strive to promote healthy competition between companies and ensure transparency throughout the process. Thus, the process is subject to tendering rules.

We help you to prepare

We provide you with summary sheets containing first-line information written for a series of organisations and, alongside this, a series of practical questions and answers.

Think also of our experts:
Many of our Economic and Commercial Attachés are based in cities where international institutions and organisations have their headquarters and/or conduct operations. Furthermore, they are points of contact available to you to support you in your efforts. Don’t forget our Attaché based in Brussels!

Through our export newsletter ‘e-agenda,’ we pave the way for you:

We work collaboratively with agencies in other regions to give you the opportunity to participate in missions with these international organisations, as well as attend seminars and information sessions. Missions have been organised at the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the United Nations, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and NATO.

If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity…

You will need to have the time, personnel and appropriate resources available, if necessary through external support, if you plan to take advantage of the business opportunities offered by these organisations. (Potential) collaboration with international organisations is generally on a long-term basis.

Do you have any questions? Contact Olivier

Olivier Costa
Economic and Commercial Attaché at the European Union
Tel.: +32 2 233 03 56
E-mail: ocosta@hub.brussels