The United Nations Global Compact, the world’s leading voluntary corporate citizenship initiative, was established in July 2000. The United Nations Global Compact is focused on the development and implementation of responsible and sustainable corporate policies and practices. Thousands of businesses from every continent, as well as hundreds of other stakeholders, are voluntarily aligning their operations and strategies within the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
The Federation of Business Information Services was established in 1973 for organisations involved in the provision of business information and debt collection services. FEBIS, as the European industry association, seeks to look after the common interest of its members, whilst monitoring new legislation and industry activities.
The Federation of European National Collection Associations (FENCA) was established in 1993 with the aim of promoting the interest of the national members associations, promoting the development of the European legislation for the debt collection industry and for being the non-profit-making umbrella of National associations.
Founded in 2005, by leading information content companies and consultancy firms, the Business Information Industry Association (BIIA) is a trade association for provides of business information services that assist other businesses to manage growth and to reduce risk. It has a library of over 6,000 posts with industry announcement and expert opinions and over 60 members. Infocredit Group became a member of BIIA in 2016.
The Credit Services Association (CSA) was established in 1988, after the merging of the Association of Trade Protection and Debt Recovery Agents Limited. The CSA is the only National Association of its kind, in the UK, representing professionals within the industry. The CSA is dedicated to upholding the professional standards, improving methods and efficiency within the industry and bringing together like-minded organisations through common interests.
The International Credit Exchange (ICE) is the world’s largest collection agency network operating in more than 100 countries. Their selected global partners represent the best available in the country where they operate.
Infocredit Group has been listed as International Referral’s exclusive Due Diligence member for Greece, UAE, Oman and Syria. Working with individuals and organisations who are experts in their field, International Referral brings together businesses from the financial, legal and accounting industries and focuses on ethical networking and reliable business referrals.
The CCCI is a financially independent, corporate body, uninfluenced by the state. Established in 1927, the CCCI unites Cypriot businesses and protects their interests, liaising with the government and members of Parliament on important issues and promoting the views of the wider business community. The CCCI has over 8,000 members, and is affiliated with over 140 professional associations in trade and industry.
Founded in 1960, the Cyprus Employers and Industrial Federation (OEB) has active members in all sectors of the economy and employ more than 60% of the private sector’s, workforce, a percentage which is one of the highest in the world.
The Cyprus-Russian Business Association was established in 1996, under the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Russian Embassy in Nicosia. The purpose of the association is to maintain and strengthen the relationship with the Russian market and promote Cyprus as an International Business Centre, in order to attract foreign investments.
Cyprus GCC Countries - a Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry association with the aim of improving business relations between Cyprus and GCC countries.
The Cyprus Human Resource Management Association (CyHRMA) was established in 1991 and is dedicated to the advancement and successful representation of the Human Resource Management profession in Cyprus.