About EANP - Foundation
The European Association of National Productivity Centres was established in 1966 as a successor body to the European Productivity Agency.
Its purpose is "to facilitate and increase exchanges of information and experiences, and arrange co-operation among participating bodies". Its seat is in Brussels.
The officials of the EANPC are the President Mr. Peter Rehnström (email@example.com), managing director of the Finnish Work Envieronment Fund and and Secretary General, Mr.Marc de Greef, Managing Director of the Prevent in Belgium (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Membership in the Association is open to all ‘national productivity centres’ or institutions deemed their equivalent within the member states of the ‘United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’.