Confederation of European Senior Expert Services (CESES)
1989-12 Brussels Belgium
Dec 1989, Brussels (Belgium), as Association of Seniors of the European Community – Association de seniors de l'Europe communautaire. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Subsequently changed to: Association of Senior European Counsellors (ASEC) – Association de seniors européens conseillers. Current title adopted Apr 2000. EU Transparency Register: 18460992206-03.
Represent member associations vis-a-vis the European Union institutions to foster all activities in favour of economic, social, cultural, technological or scientific development of Small and Medium-sized enterprises in developing countries.
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