Becoming a member
Becoming an affiliated member of Fedil through payment of an annual subscription has several advantages:
Contact Fedil departments with questions on political and/or technical issues within their remit. These departments are comprised of specialists with an excellent level of know-how.
Make use of the network of relations set up by Fedil with ministerial cabinets, the Government and public institutions, embassies, etc.
Although Fedil deals mainly with interprofessional issues, it can also assist its members with their own initiatives.
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As Fedil has representatives at more than 50 national and international public bodies, it can put forward, within these bodies, the views of companies on issues which particularly interest them. It is also a valuable source of information.
Members have the possibility of participating in certain working groups in accordance with their specific interests.
The member therefore:
- receives first-hand information on current developments in the fields of legislation, regulations and agreements;
- may add topics which particularly interest him to the agenda;
- participates in defining the position of employers on the issues dealt with by the working group.
First-hand technical information, provided mainly through newsletters which are only sent to Fedil members.
In addition, the following services are provided free of charge:
- subscription to Fedil publications;
- particulars entered free of charge in the Business Directory in the respective sector of activity;
- publication of each member company’s particulars on the Fedil website, with mention of their activities/products and a link to their site.
Along the same lines, members are invited to events and meetings organised by Fedil, for example, information sessions, symposia or meetings with national officials or foreign officials visiting Luxembourg.
Fedil members – both large companies and SMEs – benefit directly and indirectly from Fedil’s authority, reputation and experience.