What do we do?
We help businesses and business-owners!
By representing them and defending their interests
BECI takes part in sector-specific negotiations is located at 500 Avenue Louise, also known under the name “Brussels House of Entrepreneurs”, and represents and supports the interests of businesses in Brussels in their dealings with local, federal and international authorities.
By guiding and advising them
BECI advises companies and business-owners on matters relating to tax, employment and commercial legislation. We also help them in international trade, in creating and transferring businesses – and we help them when they are in trouble, etc.
By making their dealings with bureaucracy easier
BECI offers personalised support for handling administrative formalities: business services, VAT, official company documents (publication in the Belgian Official Gazette, lodging annual financial statements), registering leases, handling not-for-profit formalities, certificates of origin, ATA carnets, etc.
By helping them to develop their business
BECI supports business-owners to find financial partners, making it easier to identify and develop new business opportunities by providing lists of companies, multiplying business opportunities through its events, clubs, working lunches, business meetings, etc.
By opening doors to international trade
European funding, tenders, import/export: we provide direct, straightforward access to European and international markets. We organise meetings with foreign delegations visiting Brussels and suggest joining trade missions to other countries.
By training them and their teams
BECI organises a wide range of seminars (on employment matters, tax, etc.) and training courses, run both inside companies and between companies (in HR, management, strategy, organisation, management/finances, sales, etc.)
By helping them to publicise their business
We offer visibility in the business magazine Entreprendre/Dynamiek, circulated to 21,000 readers.