Originally established in 1998 as the professional body for relocation service providers, membership of EuRA has over the years expanded to include those offering affiliated services, such as tax and immigration advice or serviced apartments, as well.
Offering an invaluable platform for networking and industry specific learning, membership of The European Relocation Association has become essential for organisations active in the field of global mobility. By joining EuRA you are giving yourself and your business a direct link to the relocation industry and beyond.
It is our aim to help members be the very best they can be and to promote excellence in service delivery throughout our membership. It is in fact thanks to our members' reputation for excellence and our unparalleled networking and learning opportunities that membership of EuRA continues to grow both in Europe and Worldwide.
There are of course many benefits to joining a professional body, but you want to be sure that you and your company are getting the most out of any memberships you might choose to have. We are confident that joining EuRA offers an outstanding return on investment, so why not discover everything there is to know about becoming a member right here.
Many of our members have been accredited with the EuRA Global Quality Seal, a sure sign of excellence in service and process management.
We should all have a clear idea of how we market our services to attract clients, but sometimes there are more abstract marketing techniques that we haven’t considered. Being a part of a professional body is essential if we want to promote the idea of quality to our prospective clients.
Thanks to our strict guiding principles, our accredited training programmes and our strong corporate values, the clients of EuRA members know that they are getting a service that is reaching the highest levels of professionalism.
There are also of course, measurable benefits too. Each member is listed on our website, which has been designed to rank highly in the search engines.
EuRA also offers Europe’s largest relocation conference and networking event. Each Spring, over 600 delegates converge in a different European city for the EuRA Conference. In the twenty years we have been hosting this event it has become the most relevant and cost effective networking solution available to the industry. Through our training sponsorship, exhibition opportunities and our outstanding conference programme, we provide members with an invaluable business resource.
EuRA also offers members access to the MIM Training programmes at no cost. The only time a charge is made is for issuing qualification certificates. For full details click here.
So, if you are looking to grow your business, improve your visibility and be part of the most dynamic force in European relocation, then don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Becoming a member of EuRA is easier than you might think. If you are trading professionally in the global mobility industry and have positive client references, or if one of our current members would like to support your application, then you may already be eligible to join our growing family. Discover the different types of EuRA membership to find out which aligns with your activities.
For the first time in 2018, EuRA will make having Professional Indemnity Insurance a mandatory condition for all Full and Associate Members. We are currently carrying out a final consultation with members to enable the Executive Group to consider any national or other legitimate factors which may need to be considered in finalising the details of the new rule.
We value your privacy and promise never to sell or rent your information to third parties or use it for promotional or commercial reasons. We will use your information only to contact you in function of your membership of EuRA.
As a member of EuRA certain company details will be publicly listed on our website and in the annual Directory. This includes your company name, description and contact information. If you feel your data has been misused, you have the right to complain to a national data protection body. You can find out more about data privacy and your rights by visiting our Privacy and GDPR policies.