Confederation Events

Confederation Events

Confederation Events
  • Belgiëplein 1, 1020 Brussel, Belgium

Event Confederation (EC), the umbrella organization comprising the professional associations BESA (suppliers for the event sector) and Febelux (organizers and service providers), concluded a cooperation agreement with UNIZO. The main goal of EC is to set up a new Joint Committee for the events sector. “We must become more visible and recognizable as a fully-fledged sector of our own, across all diversity”.


Joining forces, creating more unity and having a clear representative vis-à-vis policymakers are the following ambitions. BESA and Febelux, just like sector organization BECAS (catering companies), are part of a sectoral task force where, under the impetus of the ACC Belgium federation (communication companies), work is being done on an even broader, joint representation of interests. UNIZO commits itself in the cooperation agreement to support and guide CE through this process with its expertise.

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Event Confederation urges to allow all events from September 1.
19 August 2021

Trust the organizers & room owners

Owners, organizers, agencies and their customers need to take control of events and how to organize them. Our sector has been in 'lock down' for 18 months and has still not had the opportunity to restart economically profitable. 3000 companies and 80,000 people are asking to get started.


We call on the authorities not ...

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The event sector also shows its warm heart and assists in the affected region
26 July 2021

In close collaboration with the Belgian Red Cross and the NCCN (National Crisis Centre), FPS Home Affairs and the Verlinden Cabinet, the EVENT Confederation, led by its chairwoman Vinciane Morel, has in recent days set up an aid campaign for the victims of the floods in the east of our country.


In doing so, the sector followed suit by taking ...

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Kevin V.
Leader |eventplanner.net | 26 July 2021

Prachtig initiatief. Een door de corona crisis zwaar getroffen sector die toch opkomt voor mensen in nood. ❤

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Event Confederation is baffled and counted on more, much more
23 April 2021

More ambition, more clarity, but now also more support. We have to go from a 'no, because' to a 'yes, but' society.


Bruno Schaubroeck: 'Our proposal made it possible to very carefully give society a little perspective on freedom and yet also give the care system the guarantee that events will not put extra pressure on their system. That was ...

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Event Confederation sees a cautious ray of hope
15 April 2021


Event Confederation sees a cautious bright spot in the dark Corona tunnel, but above all it requires further clarity. Our sector cannot yet prepare for its restart.


The Event Confederation (EC) is satisfied that events are being discussed again and that a first cautious step is being taken. To be able to restart our sector, more and more concrete vision ...

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The event sector needs your support!
11 April 2021

The next step towards its own joint committee for the event sector is the recognition of the Event Confederation as an official Belgian representative employers' organization. For this we need your weight in the number of companies represented and employees in the event sector.


Recently, without much publicity, many employees who fall under PC200 and who work in companies with ...

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