European SME Business Club is a network and space, paving a way to Brussels for SMEs throughout Europe.


The club sets out to achieve for its members a better understanding of the EU, provides a place at the discussion table in Brussels and formulates common interests in opposition to the EU institutions, large enterprises and business associations. At the same time, SMEs learn to have a better understanding of the positions of other stakeholders.

ESBC also supports SMEs in networking and B2B amongst each other.

Reasons to work together
  1. 01Meet the EU, national policymakers, national authorities and learn how to address regulatory barriers and shape legal frameworks
  2. 02Stay informed about the upcoming legislation and global trade trends
  3. 03Build networks with business stakeholders in Europe and worldwide
Reasons to work together
  1. 04Learn more about the EU funds and projects
  2. 05Find business partners and create your own working groups tailored for your business needs
  3. 06Gain visibility for your business and interests

ESBC Members are Micro-, Small- and Medium-sized Entreprises with up to 250 employees and companies with up to 500 employees

All members follow the principle of the “honest merchant” - this old European expression stands for value-oriented trading values and a personal commitment to fair business practices that respect and benefit the society.