Self-Regulatory Organisations

  • AUSTRIA

    Österreichischer Werberat
    Austrian Advertising Council

    Wiedner Hauptstraße 57 / III, 1040 Wien
    Tel: +435909003577, Fax: +43590900285

    Email | Website | 

    Complaints handling

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee: Free for both members and non-members
    • Feedback is given within 2 working days
  • BELGIUM

    Jury voor Ethische Praktijken inzake Reclame Jury d’Ethique Publicitaire

    Jury of Advertising Standards

    Rue Barastraat 175, 1070 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 502 70 70 | Fax: +32 2 502 77 33
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • JEP handles complaints from the public (i.e. consumers, consumer organisations, public authorities and professional associations)
    • Competitor complaints are not within JEP’s remit
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint (in Dutch/in French)
    • View decisions (in Dutch/in French)

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Advice provided by the SRO Secretariat:
        • Members of the Belgian Advertising Council – 150€ + VAT
        • Non-members of the Belgian Advertising Council – 300€ + VAT
      • Advice provided by the SRO Jury:
        • Members of the Belgian Advertising Council – 250€ + VAT
        • Non-members of the Belgian Advertising Council – 500€ + VAT
  • BULGARIA

    Национален съвет за саморегулация

    National Council for Self-Regulation 

    14, San Stefano Str, entr. B, fl. 3 (BACA), Sofia 1504, Bulgaria
    Tel: +359 888 320 266 | +359 886 695 616
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • NCSR handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – 3 free copy advices are included in the annual membership fee. Any additional advice costs BGN 50
      • Non-members – BGN 150 for a normal request and BGN 250 for express service
    • Written review is generally given in 3 working days after presentation of all the required information
    • Express service guarantees a response within 24 hours
  • Cyprus Advertising Regulation Organization

    CYPRUS

    Φορέας Ελέγχου Διαφήμισης

    Cyprus Advertising Regulation Organisation

    P.O.Box: 40089, 6300 Larnaca, Cyprus
    Tel: +357 99 198 954
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • CARO handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – Free (CARO members) and 600€ (non-members)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – Free
      • Non-members – 200€
    • Feedback is usually given within 2 working days
  • CZECH REPUBLIC

    Rada pro reklamu

    Czech Advertising Standards Council

    Malostranské náměstí 23/37, 11800 Prague 1, Czech Republic
    Tel: +420 2 57 53 14 41 | Fax: +420 2 57 53 14 41
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • CRPR handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – CZK 3,000 + VAT
      • Non-members – CZK 6,000 + VAT
    • Feedback is usually given within 3-4 working days (maximum within a week)
  • FINLAND

    Finland has two advertising standards organisations, both of which are run by the Finnish Chamber of Commerce. The Council of Ethics in Advertising handles ethical issues in advertisements, and the Board of Business Practice deals with business-to-business disputes about unfair commercial practices.

    Mainonnan eettinen neuvosto

    The Council of Ethics in Advertising Finland

    Keskuskauppakamari, PO Box 1000, 00101 Helsinki, Finland
    Tel: +358 9 42 42 62 00 | Fax: +358 9 42 42 62 57
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • MEN handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: 
      • Consumer complaints – Free 
      • Competitor complaints – 2,000-2,500€
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • 750€ per request (issues such as discrimination, decency, social responsibility)

    Liiketapalautakunta

    The Board of Business Practice Finland

    Keskuskauppakamari, PO Box 1000, 00101 Helsinki, Finland
    Tel: +358 9 42 42 62 00 | Fax: +358 9 42 42 62 57
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • LTL handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: 
      • Consumer complaints – Free 
      • Competitor complaints – 2,000-2,500€
    • Complaints must be submitted via email or in writing

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • 2,000-2,500€ per request (unfair competition and illicit trade practices)
  • FRANCE

    Autorité de Régulation Professionnelle de la Publicité

    Authority for Self-Regulation of Advertising

    Rue Auguste Vacquerie 23, 75116 Paris, France
    Tel: +33 1 40 15 15 40 | Fax:+33 1 40 15 15 41
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • ARPP handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – Free
      • Non-members – 470€ per request
    • Feedback is usually given within 2 working days, except if the request requires further investigation

    Pre-clearance

    • TV ads must be pre-cleared by ARPP via www.arpp.tv
    • Fee:
      • Members – 37,50 € excl. VAT per ad
      • Non-members – 206,50 € excl. VAT
    • Feedback is given within 2 working days 
  • GERMANY

    The German self-regulatory system has two advertising standards organisations. Deutscher Werberat deals with issues of taste, decency, and social responsibility, whereas the Wettbewerbszentrale handles issues of unfair commercial practices by applying unfair competition law.

    Deutscher Werberat

    German Advertising Standards Council

    Verbändehaus, Am Weidendamm 1A, 10117 Berlin, Germany
    Tel: + 49 30 59 00 99 700 | Fax: +49 30 59 00 99 722
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • DWR handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available only to members of ZAW (The German Advertising Federation)
    • Fee:
      • Members of ZAW – 3 free copy advices are included in the annual membership fee. Any additional advice costs 400€
    • Feedback is usually given within 1-3 working days
  • GERMANY

    Wettbewerbszentrale

    Zentrale zur Bekämpfung unlauteren Wettbewerbs e.V.

    Landgrafenstrasse 24 B, 61348 Bad Homburg v.d.H, Germany
    Tel: +49 617 212 150 | Fax: +49 617 284 422
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • WBZ handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to members only
    • Fee:
      • Members – Free
    • Feedback is usually given within 1-3 working days, with a maximum of 7-10 days for more complex requests
  • GREECE

    Συμβούλιο Ελέγχου Επικοινωνίας

    Advertising Self-Regulation Council

    Astronafton 2,151 25 Maroussi, Greece
    Tel: +30 210 68 99 331 | Fax: +30 210 68 95 711
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • SEE handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – 750€
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice available to all
    • Fee: Members and non-members – 300€ + VAT per request
    • Feedback is usually given within 3 working days
  • HUNGARY

    Önszabályozó Reklám Testület

    Hungarian Advertising Self-Regulatory Board

    Terez krt. 38, 1066 Budapest, Hungary
    Tel: +36 1 301 04 10 | Fax: +36 1 301 04 11
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • ÖRT handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free 
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members and non-members – Free
    • Feedback is usually given within 1 week
  • IRELAND

    The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland

    7 Herbert Street, Dublin 2, D02 K838, Ireland
    Tel: +353 1 613 70 40 | Fax: +353 1 613 70 43


    Email | Website | Twitter

    Complaints handling

    • ASAI handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free 
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members and non-members – Free
    • Feedback is usually given within 1 working day, but response time varies from case to case

    Pre-clearance

    • Alcohol ads must be pre-cleared by Copy Clear (formerly Central Copy Clearance of Ireland or CCCI) against the ASAI code and statutory codes
    • Cinema ads must be pre-cleared by Cinema Advertising Association

  • ITALY

    Istituto dell’Autodisciplina Pubblicitaria

    Institute for Advertising Self-Regulation

    Via Larga 15, 20122 Milan, Italy
    Tel: +39 2 58 30 49 41 | Fax: +39 2 58 30 37 17
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • IAP handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: 
      • Consumers – Free
      • Competitors – 3,500€ (IAP members) and 4,000€ (non-members)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all.
    • Fees: a full list of tariffs can be found on IAP’s website, here 
    • Feedback is given within no more than 5 working days, with an average of 1-3 days. IAP can also offer an “express copy advice” within 24 hours.
  • LUXEMBOURG

    Commision Luxembourgeoise pour l’Ethique en Publicité

    Luxembourg Commission for Ethics in Advertising

    c/o Confédération Luxembourgeoise du Commerce (CLC), Chambre de Commerce, Bâtiment C, 2ème étage, Rue Alcide de Gasperi 7, 2981, Luxembourg
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • CLEP handles complaints from consumers only
    • Competitor complaints are not within CLEP’s remit
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted in writing

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members and non-members – Free
    • Feedback is usually given within 15 working days
  • POLAND

    Związek Stowarzyszeń Rada Reklamy

    Union of Associations Advertising Council

    Ul. Grottgera 9 lok. 3 00-785 Warsaw, Poland
    Tel: +48 22 621 31 94 | Fax: +48 22 629 18 89
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • Rada Reklamy handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: 
      • Consumer complaints – Free 
      • Competitor complaints – Free (Rada Reklamy members) and PLN 5,000 (non-members)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – Free
      • Non-members – PLN 1,000 + VAT (250€)
    • Feedback is usually given within 3 working days
  • PORTUGAL

    Auto Regulação Publicitária (ARP)

    Rua Gregório Lopes, Lt. 1515, Loja 6, 1400-408 Lisbon, Portugal
    Tel: +351 21 303 7000 | Fax: +351 21 303 7009
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • ICAP handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: 
      • Consumer complaints – Free 
      • Competitor complaints – 850€ (ICAP members) and 1,500€ (non-members)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Advertisers members – Free
      • Agency and media members – 10 free copy advice requests. Any additional advice costs 400€
      • Non-members – 1,250€ + VAT per request
    • Feedback is usually given within 2 working days

    Pre-clearance

    • Alcohol ads of members associated with alcohol associations must be pre-cleared by ICAP against the Self-Regulatory Code on Alcohol Beverages – Wine & Spirits
  • ROMANIA

    Consiliul Român pentru Publicitate

    Romanian Advertising Council

    61 Buzesti Street Bl. A6, 8th Floor, App. 55, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania
    Tel: +40 21 312 25 83 | Fax: +40 21 312 25 83
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • RAC handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – 5 free copy advices included in the annual membership fee. Any additional advice costs 200€ + VAT
      • Non-members – 200€ + VAT
    • Feedback is given within 3 working days
  • SERBIA – Observer Member

    NAESO, National Association for Ethical Standards in Advertising

    Makedonska 30, Beograd, Serbia
    Tel:  +381 11 20 90 214 | Fax: +32 2 502 77 33
    Email | Website

    NAESO was established in April 2019 with 17 founding members, which include advertising agencies, advertisers, marketing industry sector representatives and media associations.

  • SLOVAKIA

    Rada Pre Reklamu

    The Slovak Advertising Standards Council

    Šustekova 51, 851 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
    Tel: +421 905 320 630 | Fax: +421 2 59 324 249
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • SRPR handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – 166€ + VAT
      • Non-members – 332€ + VAT
    • Feedback is usually given within 15 working days
  • SLOVENIA

    Slovenska oglaševalska zbornica

    Slovenian Advertising Chamber

    Letališka cesta 35, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Tel: +386 1 439 60 50 | Fax: +386 1 439 60 59
    Email | Website | Twitter

    Complaints handling

    • SOZ handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – 225€ + VAT
      • Non-members – 450€ + VAT
    • Feedback is usually given within 5-10 working days
  • SPAIN

    Asociación para la Autorregulación de la Comunicación Comercial (AUTOCONTROL)

    Advertising Self-Regulation Association

    C/ Príncipe de Vergara 109, planta 5a, 28002 Madrid, Spain
    Tel: +34 91 309 66 37 | Fax: +34 91 402 98 24
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • AUTOCONTROL handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – The fee varies on the ad spend and which category of business (advertisers, agencies, business associations, media)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members – Free (up to the quota of queries). Current fees can be found on AUTOCONTROL’s website.
      • Non-members – A fee is charged. Current fees can be found on AUTOCONTROL’s website.
    • Feedback is usually given within 3 days (within 24 hours when requested by TV broadcasters)
  • SWEDEN

    Reklamombudsmannen
    Advertising Ombudsman

    Jungfrugatan 10, 114 44 Stockholm, Sweden
    Tel: +46 8 662 05 50 | Fax: +46 8 662 05 02
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • Ro. handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee: Free (However, if an extensive enquiry is needed, e.g. when external expertise is sought including legal or expert advice, this needs to be paid for)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to sponsors of Ro. only
    • Fee:
      • Sponsors – Free;
    • Feedback is usually given within 2-3 working days
  • SWITZERLAND

    Schweizerische Lauterkeitskommission
    Commission Suisse pour la Loyauté

    Swiss Commission for Fairness in Commercial Communication

    Ernastrasse 22, 8004 Zürich, Switzerland
    Tel: +41 44 211 79 22 
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • SLK/CSL handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – CHF 500 
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint (in German/in French)
    • View decisions (in German/in French)

    Copy advice

    • SLK/CSL does not provide copy advice
  • THE NETHERLANDS

    Stichting Reclame Code

    Advertising Code Foundation PO Box 75684, 1070 AR Amsterdam, The Netherlands (mail address) | Buitenveldertselaan 106, 1081 AB Amsterdam, The Netherlands (office address)Tel: +31 20 696 00 19 | Fax: +31 20 696 56 59

    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • SRC handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – 1,000€ (a company or a professional body, unless their membership fee exceeds 1,000 € – then the complaint is handled free of charge)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available only to advertisers who pay their financial contribution to the SRC via levy system
    • Fee: 500€ + VAT

    Pre-clearance

    • SRC does not pre-clear ads, but certain types of advertising must be pre-cleared by other organisations
    • Ads for medicines, treatments and health products must be pre-cleared by KOAG/KAG
    • Alcohol ads on radio and TV and in the cinema must be pre-cleared by STIVA
  • TURKEY

    Reklam Özdenetim Kurulu

    The Advertising Self-Regulatory Board

    Yanarsu Sokak, No: 58/ 2 Etiler, 34337 Istanbul, Turkey
    Tel: +90 212 351 63 70 | Fax: +90 212 351 64 13
    Email | Website

    Complaints handling

    • RÖK handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • Fee:
      • Consumer complaints – Free
      • Competitor complaints – 2,000 TL + VAT (agencies, media and others) and 4,000 TL + VAT (advertisers)
    • Complaints must be submitted via an online form or in writing
    • File a complaint

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Members of the Turkish Association of Advertisers – Free
      • Requests from outside Turkey – 400€ + VAT
    • Feedback is usually given within 3 working days
  • UNITED KINGDOM

    In the UK, the Advertising Standards Authority is a “one-stop-shop” for all advertising standards. ASA applies the Advertising Codes, which are written by the Committees of Advertising Practice. Clearcast, on the other hand, examines pre-production scripts and provides pre-clearance to advertising agencies on proposed TV ads prior to broadcast. 

    Advertising Standards Authority

    Castle House, 37-45 Paul St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4LS, United Kingdom
    Tel: +44 20 7492 2222 | Fax: +44 20 7242 3696

    Email | Website 

    Complaints handling

    • ASA handles complaints from consumers, competitors and other interested parties
    • All complaints are handled free of charge
    • Complaints may be submitted via an online form, telephone or in writing
    • File a complaint
    • View decisions

    Copy advice

    • Copy advice is available to all
    • Fee:
      • Standard copy advice – Free
      • Express Service – £250 + VAT
    • Feedback is usually given within 24 hours
    • Express Service guarantees a response within 4 hours

    Pre-clearance

  • UNITED KINGDOM

    Clearcast

    4 Roger Street, WC1N 2JX London, UK
    Tel: +44 207 339 47004

    Email | Website

    Clearcast has two principal functions: the examination of pre-production scripts and the pre-transmission clearance of finished TV ads. Clearcast provides pre-clearance to advertising agencies on proposed TV ads prior to broadcast checking them against the UK Code of Broadcast Advertising.

    Clearcast also publishes Notes of Guidance, which offer guidance on the current interpretation of the Code and the Copy Committee’s policies. The Notes are updated as and when necessary.

    Pre-clearance

    • TV ads must be pre-cleared by Clearcast
    • Fee: Covered by broadcasters subscribing to the clearance service
    • Submissions must be submitted online via Clearcast’s clearance system
    • Substantiation which is of a technical nature and complex should be submitted using the Claims Support Model

Industry Members

  • Advertising Information Group (AIG)

    Advertising Information Group

    c/o Advertising Association, Lynton House, 7-12, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LT, UK
    Tel: +44 20 7340 1100 | +44 20 7222 1504
    Email | Website

    The Advertising Information Group is a European tripartite information, monitoring and analysis body shaped by the common principles and policies of its founding members.

    The Advertising Information Group holds regular discussion forums in Brussels and publishes bi-weekly E-News, a newsletter which details and analyses legislative and political developments affecting all aspects of commercial communications in Europe and beyond.

  • Association Européenne des Radios (AER)

    Association Européenne des Radios

    Avenue d’Auderghem 76, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 736 91 31 | Fax: +32 2 732 89 90
    Email | Website | Twitter

    The Association of European Radios (AER) is a Europe-wide trade body representing the interests of over 4,500 private and commercial radio stations across the EU28 and in Switzerland.

    AER’s main objective is to develop and improve the most suitable framework for private commercial radio activity. AER constantly follows EU actions in the fields of media, telecommunications and private radio transmission, in order to contribute, to enrich and develop the radio sector.

  • Association of television and radio sales houses (EGTA)

    Association of television and radio sales houses

    Rue des Comédiens 22, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: + 32 2 290 31 31 | Fax: + 32 2 290 31 39
    Email | Website | Twitter | LinkedIn

    egta is the European trade association for marketers of advertising solutions across (multiple) screens and/or audio platforms, with the aim to help its members protect, grow and diversify their business around content edited and broadcast on a linear basis by their TV channels and/or radio stations.

    egta’s members are sales houses that commercialise the advertising space of both private and public TV and radio channels throughout Europe and beyond. egta’s strength lies in the diversity of its members: they are independent sales houses or commercial departments within a broadcaster’s structure. They include large companies in major markets and medium-sized companies in smaller markets.

  • European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA)

    European Association of Communications Agencies

    Avenue Louise 120, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 740 07 14 | Fax: +32 2 740 07 17
    Email | Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook

    The European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA) represents more than 2 500 communications agencies and agency associations from 30 European countries that directly employ more than 120 000 people. EACA members include advertising, media, digital, branding and PR agencies. They create and place adverts and develop brand-building campaigns.

    EACA promotes honest, effective advertising, high professional standards and awareness of the contribution of advertising in a free market economy and encourages close co-operation between agencies, advertisers and media in European advertising bodies. EACA works closely with EU institutions to ensure freedom to advertise responsibly and creatively.

  • European Magazine Media Association (EMMA)

    European Magazine Media Association

    Square du Bastion 1A, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 536 06 06 | Fax: +32 2 536 06 01
    Email | Website | Twitter | LinkedIn

    The European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) represents more than 15,000 publishing houses across Europe, publishing more than 50,000 magazine titles. EMMA promotes Europe’s magazine media in times of change, to ensure the long-term survival and prosperity of a plural, diverse, and economically successful magazine media in the EU. EMMA is also the host of the Future Media Lab. think tank.

  • European Newspaper Publishers’ Association (ENPA)

    European Newspaper Publishers’ Association

    Square du Bastion 1A, Bte 3, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 551 01 90 | Fax: +32 2 551 01 99
    Email | Website | Twitter 

    The European Newspaper Publishers’ Association (ENPA) is an international non-profit organisation representing publishers of newspaper and news media on all platforms. ENPA is working on a number of areas of European policy and legislation which are essential for the effective day-to-day running of operations of local, regional and national newspapers.  In a rapidly changing media environment, ENPA supports publishers with the aim of achieving a successful and sustainable future for independent news media in Europe.

  • European Publishers Council (EPC)

    European Publishers Council

    Avenue Livingstone 26, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 231 12 99 | Fax: +32 2 230 76 58
    Email | Website | Twiiter

    The European Publishers Council (EPC) is a high level group of Chairmen and CEOs of leading European media corporations actively involved in multimedia markets spanning newspaper, magazine, book, journal, internet and online database publishers, and radio and TV broadcasting.

  • Federation of European Data and Marketing (FEDMA)

    Federation of European Direct and Interactive Marketing

    Avenue des Arts, 43, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 779 4268 | Fax: +32 2 778 9922
    Email | Website | Twitter |  LinkedIn

    The Federation of European Data and Marketing (FEDMA) represents the interests of the data and marketing industry from across Europe in Brussels. Its members are comprised of data and marketing associations (DMAs) and leading industry organisations. FEDMA works for a thriving European data and marketing industry that balances privacy and innovation to build customer trust and sustainable long-term value.

  • Interactive Advertising Bureau Europe (IAB Europe)

    Interactive Advertising Bureau Europe

    Rond-Point Robert Schuman 11, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 256 75 33
    Email | Website | Twitter| LinkedIn

    IAB Europe is the voice of digital business and the leading European-level industry association for the interactive advertising ecosystem. Its mission is to promote the development of this young and innovative sector by shaping the regulatory environment, investing in research and education, and developing and facilitating the uptake of business standards. Together with its members – companies and national trade associations – IAB Europe represents over 5,500 organisations.

  • International Advertising Association (IAA)

    International Advertising Association

    World Service Center, 747 Third Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10017, USA
    Tel: +1 646 722 2612 | Fax: +1 646 722 2501
    Email | Website | Twitter LinkedIn | Facebook

    The International Advertising Association (IAA) is a one-of-a-kind strategic partnership which champions the common interests of all the disciplines across the full spectrum of marketing communications – from advertisers to media companies to agencies to direct marketing firms – as well as individual practitioners. 

    IAA has an unprecedented international network in over 76 countries, with over 3,000 individual members across corporate, marketing services, organizational and academic sectors – all involved in the branding, communications and marketing disciplines.

  • News Media Europe

    News Media Europe

    Square de Meeûs 25, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
    Contact | Website | Twitter | 

    News Media Europe promotes the interests of the news media industry to the European Union institutions. A modern, inclusive and proactive force in the EU lobby sector, News Media Europe represents the interests of publishers of newspapers and news media on all platforms.

    News Media Europe members include Belgium (Flanders), Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.

  • World Federation of Advertisers (WFA)

    World Federation of Advertisers

    140 Avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
    Tel: +32 2 502 57 40 | Fax: +32 2 502 56 66
    Email | Website | https://platform.twitter.com/widgets/follow_button.c1cdceed40059a51b374bf347e6a2ae0.en.html#dnt=false&id=twitter-widget-0&lang=en&screen_name=wfamarketers&show_count=false&show_screen_name=false&size=m&time=1649546782088 |  

    The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) is the only global organization representing the common interests of marketers. Through its membership of 60 national advertiser associations and 85 of the world’s top advertisers, WFA represents around 90% of global marketing communications spend.

    WFA champions and defends marketers interests, helps set standards for responsible marketing communications worldwide and encourages leadership initiatives, which go beyond compliance with existing industry standards.

    WFA helps its members to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their marketing communications through knowledge and experience sharing and benchmarking, provides a unique global network of marketers who help each other navigate the fast-changing marketing landscape and takes a global leadership role on key marketing issues which affect its members.

  • World Out of Home Organization (WOO)

    World Out of Home Organization

    Giesshuebelstrasse 4, PO Box 1501, 8027 Zurich, Switzerland
    Tel: +44 7973 538 930
    Email | Website

    WOO is a worldwide association of outdoor advertising companies. WOO engages in worldwide lobbying for outdoor advertising: with authorities, international organizations, political opinion formers and the communication media.

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