CEBRE - Czech Business Representation to the EU

Avenue des Arts 19 A/D 

1000 Brussels





  • + 32 2/502 07 66
  • + 32 2/502 80 91 
  • + 420 246 031 707      (for calling from the     Czech Republic)

Fax: +32 2/513 10 82





CEBRE - Czech Business Representation to the EU in Brussels was founded by three most important cross sectoral Czech entrepreneurial and employers organizations - Confederation of Employers' and Entrepreneurs' Associations of the Czech Republic, Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic and Czech Chamber of Commerce. Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic together with its trade promotion agency CzechTrade provided support to this joint effort. CEBRE operates in Brussels in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic to Belgium.



Priorities of CEBRE founders and currently discussed European legislation determine CEBRE activities. Priority themes are set for the period of 6-12 months and on their basis a lobbying strategy and concrete activities are prepared.


In the first half of 2015, the priority themes are:

  • European Energy Union
  • Juncker´s Investment Plan
  • Single Digital Market Plan

 CEBRE - Czech Business Representation to the EU:

  • Is a united representation of the Czech business community.
  • Provides entrepreneurs and their organizations with the information and services facilitating their functioning on the Internal European Market.
  • Represents various Czech business and employers' organizations at their pan-European counterparts based in Brussels.
  • Promotes the interests of Czech businesses vis-a-vis the EU institutions and European associations.


CEBRE focuses on helping Czech business community to succeed in the enlarged EU by providing up-to-date relevant information, customized training for managers and analyses of EU affairs. Besides that CEBRE represents its founding organizations vis-a-vis European organizations and associations they participate in. These include BusinessEurope, EUROCHAMBRES, UEAPME and EuroCommerce. Since 2008 CEBRE has been registered with European Transparency Register under identification number 9412010322-35.

To find out more about activities of CEBRE and its founding organizations as well as about current economic developments in the Czech Republic you can have a look at our magazine Czech Business Today. If you are based in Brussels and would like to receive Czech Business Today by post, let us know your mailing address at



CEBRE – Czech Business Representation to the EU celebrated the 10th anniversary of its existence in Brussels lobby arena. Apart from the celebratory evening held at the premises of Prague House, CEBRE also organized a business breakfast with Czech MEPs together with the top representatives of CEBRE founders’ organizations. Among the delegates, who participated in the celebrations, which were held on 4th and 5th June 2012 in Brussels, were Jan Wiesner, Chairman of the Confederation of Employers’ and Entrepreneurs’ Associations of the Czech Republic, Stanislav Kázecký, Vice-president of the Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic and Radek Pažout, Secretary General of the Czech Chamber of Commerce. CEBRE office celebrated its anniversary together with the Delegation of Prague to the EU established in the EU capital also in 2002.



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