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ACCA
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.accaglobal.com
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the world’s leading body for professional accountants, with over 110 years of experience, innovation and excellence. We champion opportunity within accountancy, demonstrate excellence through our qualifications, and act as a driving force within the accounting profession to constantly improve working practices.

ACCA supports over 178,000 members and 455,000 students throughout their careers, providing services through 95 offices and active centers. ACCA focus is on professional values, ethics, and governance.
 
British International School Bratislava
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.bis.sk
In twenty years The British International School Bratislava has transformed itself from the smallest and newest international school in Bratislava in 1997 to the city's largest and, arguably, the most successful school, with a waiting list. It is part of an international group of schools Nord Anglia Education, which gives it many advantages - not least the continued investment in the school site as well as technology and other school resources. It also invests heavily in its staff seeking to attract and retain the very best individuals by ensuring continued training and career progression. For its students it means a Virtual Learning Environment Global Campus - a unique online facility which links students and staff all over the world in educational activities, discussions and debate. The British International School Bratislava aims for academic excellence alongside positive social development. The school offers a modern, inspirational educational environment in which children, aged from 2 to 18 years, can learn and thrive. The British International School Bratislava provides premium education based on an enhanced English National Curriculum, IGCSE – International General Certificate of Secondary Education and The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. It aims for all its students to become internationally-minded leaders of tomorrow.
 
Children of Slovakia Foundation / Nadácia pre deti Slovenska
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.nds.sk
Children of Slovakia Foundation is one of the largest non-profit organizations, whose mission is to support multifaceted personality development of children and young people in Slovakia. Its mission is realised through supporting long and systematically working organisations with children and young people, as well as realising  their own projects. They are most often focused on work with adults (parents, teachers, active individuals, civil servants) as important people for life and development of children. Since its establishment in 1995, the Foundation supported 3,183 projects with a total amount of 8,246,252 €. All Foundation activities  are based on systematic monitoring of the needs of the target groups. The Foundation is a reliable partner for communities, municipalities, the private sector, national and local governments, and domestic and foreign donors, connecting them with each other and civil society generally.

The main financial resources:

1. Donations and 2% from legal entities and individuals income tax
2. Children’s Hour - the whole year public collection
3. Endowment funds – business donors
4. Foreign resources
 
Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Management
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.fm.uniba.sk
The Faculty of Management is an integral part of Comenius University in Bratislava which is leading public higher education, research and scientific institution in Slovakia. FM CU provides university-level education in the field of management at the Bachelor, Master, and PhD. levels. FM CU offers MBA studies for executives and managers. The program is run in cooperation with American Webster University.

FM CU Academia participates in scientific projects at the domestic and international level. Moreover, it regularly publishes in scientific and popular journals and attends conferences and seminars. FM CU cooperates with many international companies. The Faculty supports student and teacher mobility worldwide.
 
Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium
Non-profit member

Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium / Wallonia Export & Investment Agency (AWEX) - Brussels Invest & Export (BIE)

AWEX / BIE The Wallonia Export-Investment Agency (AWEX) is the governmental agency of the Walloon Region of Belgium in charge of promoting foreign trade and attracting foreign investment.  As an export partner for Wallonia-based companies, AWEX provides a wide range of export-oriented services (market surveys, organization of trade missions, participation in trade shows, export incentives, etc.) As a foreign investment agency, AWEX is the one-stop shop for foreign investors interested in investing in Wallonia. Being present in Slovakia since 1992 and representing also Brussels Invest & Export agency (BIE) since 2003, AWEX plays an important role for Slovak clients in organizing networking opportunities and connecting them with potential business partners from Walloon and Brussels Region.  
 
EPIC, nezisková organizácia
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.epic.org.eu
EPIC neziskova organizacia has been a registered Slovak NGO entity since 2012. EPIC Employment Service Inc (Australian parent organisation) has been working in partnership with the Slovak Republic NGO and governmental sectors since 2007. EPIC operates numerous programs, delivering services and assistance to more than 14 000 individuals across 54 service centres in three countries: Australia, Slovakia and New Zealand and is now registered in Czech Republic and Scotland. EPIC is an industry leader in innovative employment, training, policy and social entrepreneurship solutions assisting disadvantaged people such as people with a disability, youth, aged and culturally disadvantaged (i.e. Roma people).
 
Habitat for Humanity International, Europe & Central Asia
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.habitateurope.org
Habitat for Humanity International is a Christian non-profit organisation dedicated to the cause of eliminating poverty housing. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat has built and renovated more than 350,000 homes worldwide, providing simple, decent and affordable shelter for more than 1.75 million people. In Europe and Central Asia Habitat is present in 20 countries where it works with partners, donors and volunteers from the region. In 17 countries it is building and repairing homes, offering microfinance services, improving water and sanitation, working on disaster response and advocating for affordable housing. In this region, Habitat has served more than 10,000 families together with volunteers and homeowners.
 
Institute for Public Affairs
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.ivo.sk
Institute for Public Affairs (IVO) is an independent public policy research institute founded in 1997 with a mission to promote the values of an open society and democratic political culture. IVO, led by its president Grigorij Mesežnikov and honorary president Martin Bútora, is among the most influential think tanks in Slovakia and covers many aspects of Slovakia’s transition such as domestic politics, European integration, Trans-Atlantic relations, civil society, public opinion, political culture, etc. IVO participates in public discourse on issues of public interest and strives to contribute to the positive changes in the overall development of Slovakia.
 
JA Slovakia
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.jaslovensko.sk
JA Slovakia is one of the most developed and professional non-profits in the country. The organization operates with a full-time professionally qualified staff based in Bratislava and two regional offices in Banská Bystrica and Košice. Its mission is to educate students from all over the country about entrepreneurship and free market economy using dynamic partnership between businesses and schools. JA Slovakia offers Slovak youth superior hands-on entrepreneurial, economic and financial education. Connection with entrepreneurs and a professional approach offers the students an opportunity to make ethical decisions and to know the market-based economy before they start their employment. The programs contribute to economic and business thinking and offer temporary solutions for youth employment.
 
Junior Chamber International-Slovakia
Non-profit member

Find more info on: www.jcsk.sk
JCI-Slovensko (Junior Chamber International - Slovakia) is a voluntary non-profit organization that brings together young people ranging from university students to individual entrepreneurs.  Its aim is to encourage young people start businesses while they are university students in Slovakia; the goal is to learn, to work for oneself, and therefore to be successful, whether as young entrepreneurs or young managers. It organizes lectures, seminars, discussion boards, management games, workshops, and science competitions at universities in Slovakia.  It also hosts  informative workshops for young entrepreneurs addressing new legislation, and offers possibilities for obtaining EU funds, ultimately international business partners.  Since 2007, JCI-Slovensko has been an official branch of one of the largest organizations for youth leaders and young entrepreneurs in the world - Junior Chamber International, based in the USA and with a presence in 115 countries and 200 000 members worldwide.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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