The Federation of Associations of Energy Utility Companies
The Federation of Associations of Energy Utility Companies was constituted to represent, support and protect the interests of its members in relations with public authorities, trade unions and other legal entities and individuals, both nationally and internationally, according to its statute and in accordance with the law. Also, the Federation focuses its activities on developing, implementing, and supporting market competition rules. To this end, the Federation develops, implements, and supports the improvement of fairness, transparency and business ethics of the business environment and of companies that compete in the energy, oil and gas field.
Employers' Association of the Romanian Software and Services Industry
Established in 1998, ANIS is the only employers' association of the Romanian software and services industry. Since its inception, the association was set out to actively contribute to the development of the Romanian technology industry and to represent the interests of IT companies in the economic and political environment. Now, the more than 150 ANIS members represent about 66% of the total Romanian IT industry. The goal of ANIS is to ensure a strong community and to make its members and partners feel connected and safe, becoming represented and strong.
The main mission of the organization is to promote and develop a responsible and strong beer industry in Romania. We want to ensure a healthy business environment in our industry.
The Romanian Hotel Industry Federation
The Romanian Hotel Industry Federation (FIHR) is the first association established in Romanian tourism (April 1990) and is an employer organization that aims to represent the interests of hoteliers in Romania. FIHR represents hoteliers in relation to the central public authorities, being a member of the Tourism Advisory Council and a dialogue partner for the Ministry. Thus, there is the possibility that through FIHR to communicate with the authorities the most important subjects for the hospitality industry in Romania.
FIHR is the only hotel association in the country that has partnerships with associations of hoteliers from EU countries (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, France), and through these partnerships can exchange information, best practices, experiences both in the individual life of hotels, but also from the associative life.
Employers' Federation of Automotive industry
FPIA was established as an employer organization in order to represent and promote the interests of the Romanian automotive industry in relations with public authorities, trade unions and other third parties, locally, nationally and internationally.
Oil and Gas Employers’ Federation
The Oil and Gas Employers’ Federation is the framework for the development, dialogue, and efficient management of resources in the energy, oil, gas and energy mining sectors in Romania. FPPG consolidated during its over 25-year existence strong principles regarding the legislative framework’s predictability and competitiveness applicable in the energy field. The motor of the Oil and Gas Employers’ Federation’s activity consists in consolidating a unitary position in relation to the implementation of the best practices in the field it represents – energy, oil, gas and energy mining. By perfecting the methods for understanding and communicating the industry’s constitutive bases we succeed, as partners, in promoting the principles of free competition, fairness among the members and performance of the Romanian business environment. The Oil and Gas Employers’ Federation is a founding member of CONCORDIA Employers’ Confederation.
The Romanian Association of Large Retailers Networks
FPRC was established in 2013, in accordance with the provisions of Law no. 62/2011 of the social dialogue, having as founding members the Association of Large Commercial Networks in Romania (AMRCR) and the Employers' Association of Trade Networks (APRC).
The purpose of the FPRC is to become the main representative employers' federation of the Romanian trade sector, contributing through its initiatives to the continuous development and elimination of any barriers that affect the competitiveness of this economic sector.
Through its own projects, as well as through its contribution to the projects of employers' and professional associations at national and European level to which it is directly or indirectly affiliated, the FPRC promotes the values of the market economy, free initiative, and free competition. FPRC is the largest member employers 'federation (according to the number of employees) within the "Concordia" Employers' Confederation.
The Council of Banking Employers in Romania
Established in 2016, through the partnership of two organizations (CPBR-Romanian Banking Board and PLCR-Romanian Leasing and Credit Board), the FinBan Federation was the first of its kind in the field of financial services, with the aim of facilitating the best possible representations of its members and employees. The five banks that make up CPBR hold more than half of the total banking assets and employees in the banking system. The members of CPBR are Banca Comerciala Romana, BRD - Groupe Societe Generale, ING Bank, Raiffeisen Bank and UniCredit Bank.
PLCR members include BCR Leasing, BRD Sogelease, Idea Leasing, Provident Financial Romania, Raiffeisen Leasing and UniCredit Leasing.
The National Union of Road Hauliers
UNTRR - The National Union of Road Hauliers from Romania is an employer’s professional organization non-governmental, independent, apolitical, established on democratic principles in 1990. UNTRR promotes and protects the interests of road hauliers nationally and internationally, having from the beginning more than 13.000 members - operators that perform internal and international transports of goods and passengers.
Private Investors Association
The main objective of the Private Investors Association is to promote sustainable economic growth by improving Romania's investment framework. The Private Investors Association is interested in a constructive dialogue and efficient and transparent consultations with public authorities. This dialogue should address issues of national interest and importance for both the Romanian public and the business community and should represent a favourable framework for sustainable development. The Association of Private Investors considers that the dialogue between decision makers and the investment community is the basis for improving the investment climate, while stimulating the development of the Romanian economy.
Employers' Organisation of Private Railway Companies in Romania
The Employers' Organization of Private Railway Companies in Romania aims to promote the interests of its members, those who ensure the good movement of goods, to promote solidarity between them, to jointly develop transport and make rail transport profitable and increase the competitiveness of this sector.
Romanian Association of Promoters of Concerts and Cultural Events
Romanian Association of Promoters of Concerts and Cultural Events is a professional organisation, founded by 12 members, some of the most representative actors on the Romanian market of festivals and concerts. The organisation aims to create and develop an institutional framework for the promotion of professional, legislative, and economic interests, but also the development of institutional relations with other social actors.
Employers' Organisation of the Romanian Insurance Industry
Employers' Organisation of the Romanian Insurance Industry is established by four of the largest companies in Romania and wants to attract all those who want to contribute to the promotion of social dialogue and support of the insurance field, characterized by a high degree of regulation, and to reveal itself as an attractive industry on the labour marke, in order to attract and retain talents.
National Association for Soft Drinks
The National Association for Soft Drinks (ANBR) is a non-profit association with the mission to represent and support, correctly and consistently, the interests of the soft drink industry and those of its members. ANBR aims to contribute to the sustainability of the soft drink industry in Romania through its activities, increase the professionalism and ethical conduct of operating on the local market and continuously improve the quality of products and services offered by representatives of this industry. ANBR members are the most important producers in the soft drinks industry that produce and import over 90% of the total soft drinks consumed in Romania, as well as operators in related industries.
Romanian Furniture Manufacturers Association
It represents the employers in furniture manufacturing & furniture related sectors (raw materials, accessories, equipment and technology, R&D & educational institutions).
📌 1992 established
📌 388 member companies, out of which 218 furniture and design manufacturers (over 60% of the Romanian furniture output, over 65% of Romanian furniture exports)
Promoting and supporting the Romanian furniture sector
Organizes the participation of the Romanian furniture manufacturers in the national and international furniture fairs and exhibitions with the support of Romanian Government - Ministry for Entrepreneurship and Tourism. Co-organizer of the main furniture fair in Romania BIFE-SIM Bucharest.
Organizes each year the National Furniture Design Contest, which reached this year's XIX edition. The contest is addressed to those who have or follow specialized studies in the field of design and furniture industry.
Foreign Labour Force Employer's Association
The Foreign Labour Force Employer's Association (PFMS) was set up as a result of a need imposed by changes in the market. The labour market is changing at an accelerated pace, the business environment is facing an acute shortage of staff and importing labour from non-EU countries is emerging as the only solution at hand.
In this respect, the aim of the Foreign Labour Force Employers' Association is to support, defend, promote and represent the professional, economic and social interests of companies employing staff, companies carrying out labour placement activities and/or labour supply and management services and the new class of employees - specifically non-EU - in relations with the authorities, trade unions and other natural or legal persons, in accordance with the legal provisions laid down in the Social Dialogue Law no. 62/2011.