Associations are made up of leaders in a specific domain and are meant to build up a professional and profitable industry. We have joined the associations on the markets we operate in, in order to contribute to the development of best practices and support continuous professionalization.

The German Outsourcing Association (GOA)

The German Outsourcing Association represents the interests of the professionals and organizations within the German speaking region and it is an independent partner of the buyers of outsourcing services, consultants and service providers globally. GOA makes available to DACH countries information on outsourcing destinations and promotes global knowledge transfer by collecting and distributing significant information and best practices from global service providers. Its purpose is to share essential knowledge between all the market participants involved. GOA has over 11,000 decision makers and executives in the DACH countries, while globally, it has a vast network of partnerships with independent experts, organizations and knowledge and experience sharing partners. In February 2013, the Chamber of Commerce for TIC – MASIT (Macedonian Chamber for Information Technology and Communications) signed with GOA a Memorandum of Understanding to share experiences and best practices in outsourcing, to encourage research and technological cooperation among its members and to promote cooperation together in order to develop business opportunities on a large scale.

The Association of Leasing Companies (ALC)

The Association of Leasing Companies (ALC) has been incorporated in June 2004 as a non-profit organization, in accordance with medium-size businesses of Southeast Europe. The Association of Leasing Companies of Serbia represents the common interests of the members of the Association and it is committed to improving, promoting and developing the leasing industry. Together with its members and the associate members, it actively participates in creating a better business environment, while improving the legal framework of the business. All leasing companies on the Serbian market are members of the association, which highlights the effort to improve the business environment in the leasing industry. The Association of Leasing Companies of Serbia is a member of Leaseurope, of the European Federation of Leasing Companies Associations, comprising 44 member associations of 34 countries which facilitates the exchange of internationally accepted standards and best practices. It is estimated that Leaseurope represents about 92% of the European leasing market.

Austrian Leasing Companies Association (VÖL, Verband Österreichischer Leasing-Gesellschaften)

Established in 1978, the Austrian Association of Leasing Companies represents the interests and common interest issues regarding the leasing industry in Austria and it is a bridge to the consumer. The association has 35 members and 4 extraordinary members, thus covering 96% of the leasing market in Austria. The total volume of the current leases is 551,391 in Austria, worth about 23 billion euros. In addition, VÖL includes 24 members whose core business is not leasing but whose range of products and services is related to the requests of the leasing industry.

Danish Association of IT Industry (ITB)

Having 300 IT companies as its members, the Danish Association of IT Industry is the largest independent representative of the IT and business community in Denmark. ITB provides an informal platform where its members can meet, discuss and do business. The membership is valid for the whole company and the ITB events focus on different aspects of your company. Some of them focus on the company's CEO, others on the Sales managers or on the Human Resources manager. ITB has an impressive political track record. Its results are based on continuous dialogue with important persons who take part in creating the framework surrounding the IT and business community in Denmark. ITB organizes the members in various councils which address key topics on the company, e.g. digital administration, open source, research and education. The purpose of these councils is improving the business for its members, based on the principles and free competition.